Time and location : April 28, at 11 am - meeting rooms (Zagreb and Dubrovnik)
Speaker: Domagoj Tolić
Title: Nonlinear and Networked Control Systems
This talk familiarizes the audience with nonlinear and networked control systems starting off with real-life examples. Afterward, core control theory concepts,
such as (asymptotic) stability, controllability, observability, estimation, robustness, adaptation and optimality, are covered in more detail employing
practical applications investigated by the presenter in his professional career.
RIT Croatia began a collaborative partnership with the Red Hat Academy (https://www.redhat.com/en/services/training/red-hat-academy), an open-source, web-deployed and web-managed education program designed to provide academic institutions, faculty, and students with courseware, training and learning materials, and other resources, related mostly to cloud computing, enterprise software development technologies, and Linux operating system.
Dr. Patekar’s life started out interesting from the very first moment; he was born in New Delhi, India, an exotic place of birth that often surprises his fellow Croatians. Coincidentally, his last name, which comes from the north of Croatia, is also a popular Indian last name (you might want to google Nana Patekar, for example).
Dr. Domagoj Tolić, who is currently teaching WMC/IT courses at RIT Croatia, was granted an ERASMUS+ KA107 project aimed at modeling and analysis of three-dimensional movements of fluid flows, in collaboration with Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY, USA.
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