On Friday, February 26, 2021 at 13:00, Ing. Matúš Furka and Ing. Martin Mojto will undergo a dissertation exam in the study programme 2621V03 Process Control D-RP (study branch Cybernetics). A part of the examination is a defense of Ing. Furka's written thesis entitled "Sensor networks with advanced security and anonymization properties" and Ing. Mojto's written thesis entitled "Data-based Design of Inferential Sensors for Petrochemical Industry". The examination will take place on-line and audience can watch it via Google Meet. A YouTube live stream will also be available.
On January 19, IAM students: Martin Durgala, Martin Meliška, Tímea Mészárosová, Monika Špaková, Jozef Vargan, and Patrik Valábek defended online their semestral projects.
On January 12, IAM students: Martin Bachorík, Michal Gubrický, Katarína Karaffová, Juraj Kavor, Michal Mateáš, Lucia Míková, and Peter Szedlák defended online their semestral projects.
Dr. Martin Klaučo is a vice-chair of the prestigious Czechoslovakia Section of IEEE, Control Systems Chapter. Congratulations!
To ease the current lockdown situation in Europe faced by many researchers, the Organizing Committee of the Process Control 2021 conference has decided to finally extend the submission deadline for the contributions to January 31, 2021. You can submit your contributions on-line via the conference management system. All necessary instructions can be found on the PC21 homepage.
We took attendance at "59th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control". Michaela Horváthová preseted our research paper:
Michaela Horváthová - Juraj Oravec - Monika Bakošová: Real-Time Convex-lifting-based Robust Control Using Approximated Control Law.
Michaela Horváthová was also a Chairman of the session "Robust Control II".
Publisher Elsevier provides open access to new research articles to help share the current scientific results:
Ján Drgoňa - Javier Arroyo - Iago Cupeiro Figuero - David Blum - Krzysztof Arendt - Donghun Kim - Enric Perarnau Ollé - Juraj Oravec - Michael Wetter - Draguna L. Vrabie - Lieve Helsen: All you need to know about model predictive control for buildings. Annual Reviews in Control (50), 190-232, 2020.
On November 6, Prof. Michal Kvasnica delivered a plenary lecture at prestigious University of California, Berkeley. His online lecture was entitled:
Towards Fixed-Complexity Explicit Model Predictive Control.
On November 20, the Rector of STU Prof. Miroslav Fikar awarded the outstanding students. Among them, IAM students: Michaela Horváthová, Lenka Galčíková, Lucia Míková, and Michaela Lehotova. Congratulations!