ATI's Introduction To Control Systems course
This 3-day short course is an introduction to
classical and modern control theory. The course
emphasizes essential concepts. These concepts
are illustrated by using numerous graphics, block
diagrams, and simple examples. The practical
usefulness of these concepts is reinforced
through practical control system design
examples, including spacecraft attitude control
design using both classical and modern methods.
Concepts introduced will be illustrated with
Matlab. However, the emphasis is on the
fundamentals of control systems. Selected special
topics based on the studentsí interest areas will
also be presented.
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Dr. Matthew VanSanten Kozlowski
is VP of Engineering at Telefactor Robotics developing vision and dexterity systems, such as novel "smart" prosthetic and human integrated robotic systems for injured soldiers and civilians, first responders, space crewmembers, and the aging population. Matthew has co-founded two robotics technology companies. Previously, he was the lead architect for the Advanced Explosive Ordnance Disposal Robot System (AEODRS) at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory.
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- Modeling of Dynamic Systems
- Differential equations (t-domain)
- Laplace transforms (s-domain)
- Discrete-time systems (z-domain)
- Mappings between t, s, and z domains
- State-space representation
- Block diagrams
- Multi-input multi-output systems
- Poles and zeros
- Response of linear systems
- Time domain
- Frequency domain
- Overshoot, minimum-phase and nonminimum-phase response
- System response relative to pole and zero locations
- Feedback and Stability
- Pole location, root locus
- Gain and phase margin
- Methods of Nyquist and Bode
- Trade-off between stability and performance
- Classical Feedback Control
- PID Feedback Design
- Lead-lag compensation
- Modern Control Theory
- Full state feedback
- Output feedback (Luenberger observer)
- Observability and Controllability
- Concepts illustrated with Matlab examples.
- Design examples. Examples of space and missile control.
Tuition for this three-day course is $1740 per person at one of our scheduled public courses. Onsite pricing is available. Please call us at 410-956-8805 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.