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Electrical and Mechatronical Systems Workshop

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Finite Dimensions

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Chemical and Life Science Workshop

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Advances in the Theory of Control, Signals, and Systems, with Physical Modeling

The objective of the program is to bring together knowledge and know-how from communities of control, signals, and systems so as to focus on the theoretical advances in these areas and examine possibilities of new convergences between them.

One main uniting theme is to put physical modeling at the central stage linking the diverse fields of interest. Two main application fields will be considered namely electrical/mechatronical systems and chemical/life science systems.

The program is divided into three workshops according to the area investigated (listed on the left column) two of which (the starting and concluding workshops) will be investigated according to the three central themes of the program, namely control, signals, and systems, again putting strong emphasis on the physical modeling aspect.

The middle workshop serves as a think tank along mathematical paradigms used in signals, control, and systems. Special interest will be put in the differences between infinite dimensional settings and finite dimensional ones. Similiarities between algebraic and geometrical frameworks will be examined whether signals, control, or systems are addressed. A central question is to see how the physical modeling aspect could play a role in the possible uniting among the various chosen mathematical tools on the one side and the various fields on the other.

Another important objective is to present new applications based on the approaches considered during the program and contribute to the enhancement of the dialogue between theoretical laboratories and more practically oriented units and industries.

Jean Lévine and Philippe Müllhaupt,

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