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ELEC workshop on System Identification, 29 May – 23 June 2017

maandag, 29 mei, 2017 - 09:00 to vrijdag, 23 juni, 2017 - 17:00
Campus: Brussels Engineering, Sciences & Humanities Campus
Faculteit: Engineering
7th floor
VUB - vakgroep ELEC

The VUB-ELEC department is proud to announce the 2017 edition of the workshop on System Identification, as a continuation of 9 successful editions of the ELEC Doctoral School on the Identification of Nonlinear Dynamic Systems (with a slightly altered format).

System identification is the engineering discipline which aims at constructing mathematical models of physical systems, based on measured data. The purpose of these estimated models can be very broad: to gain physical insights into the system, to build a robust controller, to detect anomalies, to compensate for unwanted behaviour, to predict future outcomes, etc... Since 1989, the VUB-ELEC department has gathered a lot of experience in system identification.

The ELEC workshop on System Identification brings together researchers in System Identification and researchers/industrials who are in need of modelling tools based on measured data. As a particpant, you will have the opportunity to learn from, and collaborate with experts in (frequency domain) system identification to solve your own modelling problem.

The previous years, the doctoral school has been glad to host participants from 23 different countries across the world, in application areas including robotics and automation, electrochemical impedance spectroscopy, bio mechanics, telecommunication, ...