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Juraj Oravec – Monika Bakošová – Lenka Galčíková – Michal Slávik – Michaela Horváthová – Alajos Mészáros: Soft-constrained robust model predictive control of a plate heat exchanger: Experimental analysis. Energy, vol. 180, pp. 303–314, 2019.
On Friday, May 3, the IAM students: Tereza Ábelová, Diana Dzurková, Kristína Fedorová, Lenka Galčíková, Lívia Homolová, Samuel Hrstka, Matej Kintler, Roman Kohut, Alexy Morozov, Michal Slávik, Peter Sovik, and Rudolf Trautenberger presented the interested results of their interesting semester projects.
On May 1, the Dean of FCHPT appointed Prof. Michal Kvasnica as the new head of the Institute of Information Engineering, Automation, and Mathematics. Congratulations!
Examination times for Summer Semester 2018/2019 at DIEPC
Dr. Radoslav Paulen gave a seminar on "Effective recursive parallelotopic bounding for robust output-feedback control" on April 15, 2019 at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. The seminar was given on the occasion of Dr. Paulen's visit to the group Applied Mechanics and Energy Conversion Section, Department of Mechanical Engineering, KU Leuven, Belgium. A member of this group Dr. Ján Drgoňa is a PhD graduate from IAM. He currently works on the implementation of predictive control on smart buildings.
PhD-student Petra Artzova visited ShanghaiTech University for two weeks to cooperate on our bilateral research project. There was also organised a scientific seminar, where she presented her research project focused on "Moving-horizon Guaranteed Parameter Estimation".