The Mechatronics group at the Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs (www.merl.com), located in Cambridge (MA) has an open Research Scientist position (staff) in Vehicle Systems Estimation and Control for researchers that can cover one or more of the following areas: vehicle dynamics estimation and control, sampling-based methods for path planning, Bayesian inference and particle methods, estimation algorithms.
The Mechatronics group at the Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs (www.merl.com), located in Cambridge (MA) has a number of Intern Positions for 2017 (not restricted to Summer) in the area of dynamical systems and controls, ranging from theoretical work in control and optimization algorithms, to applications in autonomous vehicles, space systems, HVAC, and mechatronics.
TEMPO: Training in Embedded Control and Optimization, MC ITN Project 607957.Lecturers
The aim of this intensive five-days summer schools is to give hands-on experience in implementation of model predictive controllers (MPC) on embedded hardware like field-programmable gateway arrays (FPGAs), programmable logic controllers (PLCs), and Arduino microcontrollers. The course is recommended for both industrial and academic researchers as well as for master and PhD students of engineering, computer science, mathematics, and physics.
On this Wednesday, November 30, 2016 at 14:00 in room No.641 PhD student Ryad Bousbia-Salah from Laboratoire Réactions et Génie des Procédés will deliver a seminar on "Dynamic real-time optimization of a polymerization reactor".
Publisher Elsevier provides open access to new research articles for 50 days to help share the current results:
Drgoňa, J. – Klaučo, M. – Janeček, F. – Kvasnica, M.: Optimal control of a laboratory binary distillation column via regionless explicit MPC. Computers & Chemical Engineering, vol. 96, pp. 139–148, 2017.
Simon Koniar, student of the 2nd-year class of our master's programme was recognized by the rector of our university as the best master student of the Faculty of chemical and food technology, STU in Bratislava.
We presented our faculty at Gymnasium of Pavol Horov.