The Workshop "Control Systems: Theory, Numerics and Applications" is the concluding meeting of the 2004 INDAM Intergroup Project "Controllo e Numerica".
The project involved various Institutes from differents Universities, among which: C.N.R., University of Firenze, Genova, Politecnico of Milano and of Torino, University of Padova, University of Roma 'La Sapienza' and 'TorVergata', University of Siena and SISSA of Trieste.
The guideline of the Project was the collaboration of researchers from different areas on problems in control theory. In particular three main themes were individuated:
For each of these topics, theoretical, modelling and numerical aspects were considered.
The Workshop was organized with five main speakers (mainly from outside project) and many shorter contributions (mainly from the project participants).
Boscain Ugo, Cannarsa Piermarco, Capuzzo Dolcetta Italo, Falcone Maurizio, Piccoli Benedetto (chairman)
|American Options. Pricing and volatily calibration.
|Energy decay rates and convexity for hyperbolic
equations with nonlinear dissipation
|Local Boundary Feedback Stabilization of the Navier-Stokes Equations
|Large time convergence in Hamilton-Jacobi equations
|Exponential stability of one-dimensional hyperbolic systems
|Some ergodic problems for differential games
|Null-controllability of some reaction-diffusion systems with one control force
|Controllability of the Schrödinger Equation via Intersection of Eigenvalues
|Numerical Solution of the Perspective Shape-from-Shading Problem
|Numerical simulation of growing sandpiles
|Obstructions for steady-state controllability
|Verification Theorems for HJB equations
|Discontinuous feedback laws for infinite dimensional systems
|Second order controllability conditions for the controllability of control systems with drift
|Control problems for Euler-Bernoulli thermoelastic plates without memory and thermoelastic systems with memory
|Optimal control methods for immunotheraphy
|Controllability of the Gurtin-Pipkin equation
|Numerical approximation of the effective Hamiltonian and of the Aubry set for first order Hamilton-Jacobi equations
|On second order sufficient optimality conditions for a bang-singular arc
|Optimal control of peritoneal dialysis