VERRELLI - Mathematical Control Design for Linear Systems. Practice Book
SKU: 3997 I Ed.2023 17x24 Paperback Pag.112
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Mathematical Control Design for Linear Systems - Practice book is a concise exercise book for students of applied mathematics and engineering who are interested in testing their basic abilities in the design of linear control algorithms, as well as in the analysis of dynamical systems described by linear ordinary differential equations. It can be used as a useful tool to recap the basic concepts of systems theory and automatic control before tackling more advanced control courses. Just a fine selection of exercises that own a physical flavor are reported. Matlab codes and figures are included.
CRISTIANO MARIA VERRELLI was born in Italy on September 12, 1977. He received a Ph.D. in System Engineering from the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” in 2005. He was been visiting scholar at Laboratoire des Signaux et Systèmes L2S (Supelec, Gif-Sur-Yvette) and at Laboratoire Systèmes Complexes LSC (Evry) in 2004 and 2005 for the research project (Marie Curie Training Site): Transient stabilization of power systems. He currently is an Associate Professor at the Department of Electronic Engineering at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”. He is the Coordinator of the M.Sc. Degree Course in Mechatronics Engineering. He teaches courses on Feedback Control Systems and Control of Electrical Machines (in English). He is co-author (with R. Marino, P. Tomei) of the book “Induction Motor Control Design” (Springer, 2010) and author of the book “Mathematical Control Design for Linear Systems - A Primer” (Esculapio, 2020). He is a co-inventor of the international patent: Individually tailored exercise training and rehabilitation technique: Medical Personal Trainer” and founder of the company “HarmonicV”, the recipient of the grant “StartCup Lazio 2022”. His research interests are in dynamic systems analysis, robust adaptive nonlinear control, and learning control theory with application to electrical machines, electrical vehicles, robots, physiological systems, epidemic models, and harmonic structures in human movement. He is Associate Editor for the IFAC journal “Control Engineering Practice”. He is a reviewer for several high-impact international journals in the field of Automation and Dynamical Systems, as well as a reviewer for the “American Mathematical Society”. He served on the Technical Program Committee (TPC) for the SoSE 2019 (2019 IEEE 14th System of Systems Engineering Conference), SoSE 2020 (2020 IEEE 15th International Conference on System of Systems Engineering), SoSE 2021 (2021 IEEE 16th International Conference on System of Systems Engineering), SoSE 2022 (2022 17th Annual System of Systems Engineering Conference). He collaborated in the organization of the Girls in Control Workshop (at the 21st IFAC World Congress 2020 and at the 59th Conference on Decision and Control 2020). He is a co-recipient of the IFAC grant for the activity: Kids in Control. He is a member of the Technical Committee 9.2. of IFAC “Systems and Control for Societal Impact” for the triennium 2020-2023.