Naszym prelegentem 19 stycznia był prof. Saleh Mobayen z National Yunlin University of Science and Technology na Tajwanie

Tytuł wystąpienia: Barrier-Function Adaptive Terminal Sliding Mode Control

Streszczenie: In this seminar, the adaptive terminal sliding mode control technique is introduced based on the barrier function for the robust stability of a class of nonlinear systems in the presence of external disturbances. The designed control method implements a terminal sliding mode controller to ensure robust performance with finite-time convergence. It also employs the barrier function as an adaptation approach for the controller to force the tracking errors to converge to a pre-defined neighbourhood of origin, without requiring any knowledge about upper bounds of disturbances. The Lyapunov stability analysis is done to confirm the convergence of tracking errors to a pre-defined neighbourhood of zero.

Prelegent: Dr. Saleh Mobayen is with National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, as Associate Professor of Graduate School of Intelligent Data Science. He has published several papers in the national and international journals. He is a Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (SM-IEEE), a member of the IEEE control systems society and serves as a member of program committee of several international conferences. Dr. Mobayen is the Associate Editor of several international scientific journals and has acted as a symposium/track co-chair in numerous IEEE flagship conferences. He is a top 2% researcher from Stanford University, and has been ranked among 1% top scientists in the world in the broad field of Electronics and Electrical Engineering. His research interests include control theory, sliding mode control, robust tracking, non-holonomic robots and chaotic systems.