SETS2FTC: Set-theoretic approaches for fault tolerant control of complex systems (2015-2017)
The project was centered around the study and application of set-theoretic methods in the fault tolerant control of complex systems. Results have been in: i) efficient invariant set descriptions; ii) sensor placement in large networks in view of accurate fault detection and iii) mixed integer issues for robust control have been presented in 6 conference papers and 2 journal papers. The project entailed a variety of actions: primarily scientific (research activities, dissemination and short visits in other laboratories: LCIS of INP Grenoble; UPC, TU Ilmenau and TU Chemnitz) but also administrative and financial.
Project leader Florin Stoican
Core team 2 doctoral students, 1 post-doc and 2 master students
This project has been funded through the national PN-II “Young Team” program, ID PN-II-RU-TE-2014-4-2713.