Modern Control Theory

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MODERN CONTROL THEORY Areas Mastered

www.etf.bg.ac.rs - Belgrade University, Department of Electrical Engineering, Electronics Division, Control of Systems Group:

(1) Automatic Control, (2) Automatic Control Systems, (3) Nonlinear Control Systems, (4) Discrete Systems and Signal Processing, (5) Stochastic Signals Processing, (6) Optimal Process Control, and (7) Real Time Control.

Degree Awarded: Graduate Engineer of Electrical Engineering (Dipl.Ing) 

Diploma Work - Thesis: Methods for Discrete PID Regulators Design. As a pre - condition for graduation, work was prepared in form of thesis. Topic was a comparative analysis of Phillips-Nagle's and Astrom's procedures for discrete PID regulator design. Have developed discrete state space model structure that preserves physical meaning of continuous model states. Successfully realized and passed Diploma Exam with grade 10.00/10.00, under supervision of Prof.Dr. Trajko Petrovic and Prof.Dr. Milic R Stojic while at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the University of Belgrade, have continued with Prof.Dr. C.L.Phillips while at the Department of Electrical Engineering of Auburn University, Auburn Alabama USA / Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

 

 

www.auburn.edu -Department of Electrical Engineering, Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama, U.S.A.

 (1)NON DETERMINISTIC SYSTEMS ANALYSIS. (2)MODERN METHODS of CONTROL SYSTEMS THEORY. (3)NONLINEAR CONTROL SYSTEMS. (4)OPTIMAL CONTROL SYSTEMS. (5)MATRIX ANALYSIS. (6)NONLINEAR PROGRAMMING. (7)NONLINEAR SYSTEMS ANALYSIS. (8)THEORY of GRAPHS. (9)MATRIX THEORY and APPLICATIONS. (10)SIMULATION of DYNAMICAL & PHYSICAL SYSTEMS. (11)MATRIX THEORY and APPLIED OPTIMAL CONTROL.

Master of Sciences Degree Awarded,  THESIS : Strategic Long-Distance Operation Optimization for Solar/Electric Road Vehicles.