During the Opening Session of the Virtual 21st IFAC World Congress, Paul Van den Hof was appointed as IFAC Advisor. IFAC Advisors are appointed for life by the President of IFAC; they may be consulted by the active officers on any matter related to the Federation or given special assignments…
The video of the presentation of the survey contribution: "Single module identification in dynamic networks - the current status", authored by Paul Van den Hof and Karthik Ramaswamy, is available here. This contribution is part of the Open Invited Track "Data-driven modeling and learning in dynamic networks" in the program…
On Monday 17 February 2020, Paul Van den Hof gave a plenary presentation at the 2020 ACODS Conference, on Advances in Control & Optimization of Dynamical Systems, held at IIT Madras in Chennai, India. Title of the presentation is: "Data-driven model learning in linear dynamic networks".
During the 58th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, 11-13 December 2019 in Nice, France, there will be two invited sessions organized on "Theoretical Foundations for the Representation and Identification of Dynamic Networks", organized by Sean Warnick (Brigham Univ.) and Paul Van den Hof (Eindhoven Univ. Techn.). The sessions will…
During a special session by IFAC Officers, Paul Van den Hof, Vice-President of IFAC, presented a seminar entitled: "Data driven modeling in dynamic networks - Identifiability" as part of the program of the Japan Joint Automatic Control Conference, Sapporo, Japan, 10 November 2019.
On May 21, 2019, Paul Van den Hof will present the 10th Harry Nicholson Distinguished Lecture, at the Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering at The University of Sheffield, UK. Slides are available here.
Paul Van den Hof presented two research seminars, on November 30, 2018, in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of California at San Diego, CA, USA, and on December 7 , 2018, in the Control and Dynamical Systems Group at California Institute of Technology, Los Angeles, CA, USA.
On October 1, 2018, Tuan Nguyen will defend his PhD thesis entitled: "Identification and compensation of parasitic effects in coreless linear motors".
On May 31, 2018, Edwin Insuasty will defend his PhD thesis entitled: "A spatial-temporal approach to reduced complexity modelling for hydrocarbon reservoir optimization".