3 months Secondment (April – June 2017) from UiA to UTokyo has been devoted to investigation of unknown and uncertain backlash nonlinearities in actuator systems. UiA and UTokyo are to publish results in a joint journal paper. Picture: In motion control Lab at UTokyo. From left to right: Hiroshi Fujimoto, Shota Yamada, Michael Ruderman
Two new studies with the first CLOVER results are recently published by Johannes Schiffer (University of Leeds) and his co-authors. Link 1. Link 2.
New publication within the framework of CLOVER project is recently published by Michael Ruderman (Universitetet i Agder). Link
New publication within the framework of CLOVER project is recently published by Johannes Schiffer (University of Leeds) and his co-authors. Link
The participants of the CLOVER consortium are organizing Special Session “Motion Control in Highly Dynamic Mechatronic Systems” at IECON2017 Conference to be held in Beijing, China, 29.10-01.11.2017. The consortium will be glad to present recent results in different topics related to the CLOVER research programme. The Call for Papers can be downloaded here.
Prof. Michael Ruderman (University of Agder) visited UNAM (Mexico) from 01.02.2017 to 01.03.2017. This is the first secondment within the framework of the CLOVER project. Working meeting at UNAM. From left to right: Ismael Castillo, Michael Ruderman, Leonid Fridman, Tonametl Sanchez, Jaime Moreno, Gustavo Rueda
Prof. Johannes Schiffer (University of Leeds) published the paper “Modelling, Analysis and Experimental Validation of Clock Drift Effects in Low-Inertia Power Systems” in IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics. This is the first dissemination action within the framework of the CLOVER project.