CSS Lecture Library Listing

Welcome to the Online Lecture Library, an initiative of the IEEE Control Systems Society.  The Library features plenary lectures from CSS conferences and selected other content.  For more information, contact the Editor, Electronic Publications for the Society, Jianghai Hu (jianghai@purdue.edu).

2016 ACC

2015 CDC

  • Munther A. Dahleh, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA.

    The emergence of large networked systems has brought about new challenges to researchers and practitioners alike. While such systems perform well under normal operations, they can exhibit fragility in response to certain disruptions that may lead to catastrophic cascades of...

  • Network systems are mathematical models for the study of cooperation, propagation, synchronization and other dynamical phenomena that arise among interconnected agents. Network systems are widespread in science as they are fundamental modeling tools, e.g., in sociology, ecology...

  • Masayuki Fujita, Department of Mechanical and Control Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan.

    In the interim report on the fifth Science and Technology Basic Plan of Japan, the realization of Super Smart Society in our future is highlighted. The initiative for Smart Cities has been also promoted worldwide as societal-scale CPS (Cyber-Physical Systems) infrastructures....

  • Hassan K. Khalil, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Michigan State University, East Lansing.

    High-gain observers play an important role in the design of feedback control for nonlinear systems. This lectures overviews the essentials of this technique. After a brief historical background, a motivating example is used to illustrate the main features of high-gain observers...

2015 ACC

  • Thomas F. Edgar

    Advances in modeling and control will be required to meet future technical challenges in semiconductor manufacturing. For batch processes such as occur in semiconductor fabrication, modeling and control must be incorporated into a multi-level framework including sequential control, within-the-batch control, run-to-run control, fault detection,...

    2015 IEEE American Control Conference - Chicago, IL
  • Hamsa Balakrishnan- Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    Modern air transportation systems are complex cyber-physical networks that are critical to global travel and commerce. As the demand for air transport has grown, so have congestion, flight delays, and the resultant environmental impacts. With...

2014 CDC

2014 ACC