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December 30, 2010

Seminar: Modeling and Simulation of Dynamic Systems

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SATURDAY February 5, 2011
SCV Control Systems Chapter
Speakers: Dr. P.K. Menon, Optimal Synthesis; Dr. Mark B. Tischler, Ames Research Center; Dr. Karl Mathia; Dr. John Won; Dr. Hadi Aggoune, Cogswell Polytechnical College; Christoph Wimmer, National Instruments
Time: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Cost: $20 full-time students, $40 IEEE members, $60 Non-members (includes lunch)
Place: Cogswell Polytechnical College, 1175 Bordeaux Drive, Sunnyvale
RSVP: from website
Web: ewh.ieee.org/r6/scv/css

The IEEE Control System Society is pleased to announce this introductory seminar about important topics in the modeling and simulation of dynamic systems.? Experts from the academia and industry will discuss the theory, practice, and available software and hardware tools during five 50-minute sessions. The seminar is for engineers who develop or utilize such models.
Modern control systems are more complex and perform more functions than ever before.? The controlled systems typically comprise existing subsystems, commercially available components, as well as custom subsystems.? Their development requires the collaboration of multi-disciplinary engineering teams who often work in different locations distributed around the globe.? Traditional product development processes can be insufficient to address the increasing system complexity, the pressure to shorten the time to market, and market demands for more functionality with higher reliability.? Many companies modify or transform their development processes to exploit a model-based design approach.? Models as executable specifications clarify and communicate requirements and specifications and are replacing traditional, paper-based specifications.? Subsystem concepts are simulated before the real subsystems are available, and multi-domain models simulate the system-level behavior of new designs.? This multi-domain, model-based design approach requires engineering skills at a systems level rather than in a single domain, including strong modeling and analytical skills, computer hardware and software, and the mathematical modeling of dynamic systems.? This seminar offers an introduction to the modeling and simulation of dynamical systems and a selection of helpful hardware and software tools.

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