Winter School "Modelling, Estimation, and Control using Set-Based Methods" (Deadline 10/01/2024)

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Winter School "Modelling, Estimation, and Control using Set-Based Methods"

Please note that the registration deadline has been extended until the 10th of January.


We would like to draw your attention to the Winter School Modelling, Estimation, and Control using Set-Based Methods: Theory and Applications that will take place at Centrale Lille, France, from Feb. 13 to Feb. 16, 2024.

The objective of this winter school is to provide a comprehensive introduction to set-based methods, particularly interval-based approaches, spanning from theoretical foundations to their applications in various problem domains such as parameter identification, state estimation, and robust control.

The aim is to equip attendees with the knowledge and skills needed to apply set-based methods effectively in their research, engineering, or scientific work, while also promoting these methods as valuable tools in addressing complex and uncertain systems.

The training will be led by researchers actively involved in this field, who will bring their own academic and industrial expertise. The format of the training will be intentionally diverse, combining both lectures and practical workshops where participants will have the opportunity to use open-source tools to solve real-world problems.

For further information, we would like to invite you to have a look at our web page: https://centralelille.fr/winter-school-2024/

Please note that the winter school is free of charge but with a mandatory registration. We would like to inform you that all participants are responsible for planning and paying for their stay in Lille. However, we are currently working on options for offering lunches at a reduced fee.

We are looking forward to meeting you during our Winter School in Lille.

For more information, feel free to contact the organizers:

Sara Ifqir (Centrale Lille, sara.ifqir@centralelille.fr); Andreas Rauh (Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, Germany, andreas.rauh@uni-oldenburg.de); Simon Rohou (ENSTA Bretagne, simon.rohou@ensta-bretagne.fr)