Robust Control of Incompressible Flows
Next Tuesday February 11th, our team member Jan Heiland from the Max Planck Institute for dynamics of complex technical systems in Magdeburg will be talking about “Robust Control of Incompressible Flows” as part of the CCM – Chair of Computational Mathematics seminars.
Abstract. To control a flow at moderate velocities, linearization based controllers work well in theory and simulations. In view of applications, however, one has to deal with model uncertainties and limited measurements. In my talk, I will discuss how standard robust control theory can bring together uncertainties and limited measurements and provide supporting results for the infinite dimensional model as well as for the efficient semi-discrete approximation.