"Numerical methods for optimal control problems: algorithms, analysis and applications"
Istituto Nazionale di Alta Matematica - INdAM
Maurizio Falcone (Università Roma La Sapienza)
Roberto Ferretti (Università Roma Tre)
Lars Grüne (University of Bayreuth)
William M. McEneaney (UC San Diego)
Dip. Matematica e Fisica - Roma Tre
The workshop has two major objectives: training young researchers and future scientific leaders
in the field of control theory for finite-dimensional systems, and bringing together leading
experts in the neighboring areas of optimal control, games and their numerical treatment, to
exchange ideas and compare results. In order to reach these objectives, the workshop will
gather participants with knowledge and expertise in complementary areas of mathematics and
engineering. The areas of interests include optimal control, differential games,
Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman equations, feedback control, model predictive control, max-plus
algebra with a particular emphasis on numerical methods and algorithms.
There will be about 20 lectures of 45 mins each.
We plan to organize a contributed talk session so if you intend to submit a proposal please register by April 15 and send an abstract (using the Latex template available here) to email@example.com by April 15. The final decision on the acceptation of contributed talks will be communicated by April 30.
Please consult the programme for more details.
All the activities will be held at Istituto di Alta Matematica (INdAM).
There is no admission fee for this event but you must be registered. Registrations can be done ONLY via WEB. Be aware that the number of participants is limited to 45. If you wish to attend and to be added to the waiting list, please fill out the registration form. The final deadline to register is April 15, 2017.
Rome is a classic touristic destination so all the air company fly to
Rome Fiumicino or
Rome Ciampino (low cost) airports.
We have made a pre-booking at special rates for the workshop participants.
The hotel list is below, they are all at walking distance from the Math Department
inside the campus. All the hotels give free access to the WiFi.
All the papers should be submitted by October 15, sending the pdf version to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Latex template can be found here https://www.springer.com/it/authors-editors/book-authors-editors/manuscript-preparation/5636 (you should use the Contributed books template)
All the papers are subject to a refereeing process that (hopefully) will last 2 months. So a first answer should arrive around Christmas time.
The referee process for the second submission should end by April 30.
The total number of pages should stay strictly below 25 pages. We have obtained from Springer the consent to publish some color figures if this will improve the comprehension of the articles. Clearly the number of color figures should be kept to a minimum.
(WEB page design by M. Falcone & A. Seghini)
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