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Automatic Control: Best Interactive Paper Prize

At the 20th World Congress of the International Federation of Automatic Control, the Chair of Automatic Control received the Prize for the Best Interactive Paper. The presentation had two formats: a lecture/oral session and a interactive session.

Prof. Dr. Thomas Meurer, Dr. Alexander Schaum and M. Sc. Henning Weisbarth presented their Paper "Robust adaptive output-feedback tracking control for microalgae cultures" and got selected from 612 papers that were presented in the Interactive Paper category.

In the paper a feedforward-feedback control strategy for trajectory tracking of microalgae cultures is developed and experimentally evaluated.

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IEEE Signal Processing Magazine - Part 1 & 2

Together with five other chairs/editors the DSS team organized a douple issue of IEEE's Signal Processing Magazine. The first of the two issues was published at the end of November 2016 and we were of course really proud of beeing part of the editing team (John Hansen, Kazuya Takeda, Sanjeev Naik, Mohan Trivedi, Gerhard Schmidt, and Yingying Chen) of this highly respected journal. The topic of the special issue is "Signal Processing for Smart Vehicle Technoloiges".
The second issue appeared in spring 2017.

 

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New DFG-ANR cooperation project has started

The project "Interconnected infinite-dimensional systems for heterogeneous media" (INFIDHEM) has started with a kick-off meeting in Lyon from March 1st to 2nd, 2017.  The project is devoted to the analysis and the control of partial differential equations and the technological application of the developed methods. This German-French research project is jointly funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) and its French counterpart, L'Agence nationale de la recherche (ANR), for a period of three years with a volume of 1.4 Mio. EUR.      _

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Rolling out solar cells

Solar cells as thin as foil, and so flexible that they can be rolled out over various large surfaces such as house and vehicle roofs or glass fronts – that is one of the long-term goals of a German-Danish research project that is starting now. Those involved in the “RollFlex Innovation Project Centre” include the University of Southern Denmark (SDU), where the project is headquartered, Kiel University (CAU), the CAU-based start-up FUMT R&D Functional Materials GmbH, the Danish company Stensborg A/S, as well as numerous German and Danish network partners. The official kick-off event took place yesterday (Wednesday 14 December) in Sonderborg. 
            
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DAGA 2017

06. March 2017 – 09. March 2017
Kiel is famous as the capital of sailing – yet there are more connections to the sea: the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel is one of the leading institutes in the field of marine science; and research on Hydro- and Ocean Acoustics is carried out at the Federal-Army Research Institute.
            
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1st International Workshop on “Memristive Devices for neuronal Systems”

05. September 2016 – 08. September 2016

The research on memristive devices and their application in neuromorphic systems has become one of the most exciting areas in solid state physics and electronic systems. The possibility to engineer interfaces on the atomic scale accompanied with a tremendous progress in the electronic and structural analytics has led to a gradually better matching of experimental results with theoretical predictions and thus, to the hope of discovery new and/or improved functional memory devices. Memristive devices exhibit a wealth of phenomena and attracted a considerable interest from both the fundamental and device relevant point of research.

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