Instytut Automatyki
Politechniki Łódzkiej
Łódź, 23-25 listopada 2022
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Inauguracja konferencji SENE 2022

W dniu 23 listopada 2022 w Łodzi odbędzie się uroczysta inauguracja XV Krajowej Konferencji Naukowej "Sterowanie w Energoelektronice i Napędzie Elektrycznym", SENE 2022. Wykłady plenarne odbędą się w nowo oddanym dla zwiedzających Orientarium stanowiącym część łódzkiego ZOO.

Orientarium łódzkie to obecnie najnowocześniejszy w Europie pawilon poświęcony faunie i florze Azji Południowo Wschodniej. Na powierzchni prawie 10 boisk piłkarskich znalazło dom 35 gatunków zwierząt lądowych oraz 180 gatunków ryb. Ich codzienne zachowania można podglądać z trzech perspektyw: podwodnej, lądowej oraz z "lotu ptaka".


Sesje plenarne

Referat plenarny "Real-time Energy Management and Optimization for Electrified Vehicles and Ships" wygłosi profesor Jing Sun, University of Michigan, United States

Integrated power systems (IPS) incorporate heterogeneous power sources, including energy storage systems, to achieve improved energy efficiency and reliability. They have been a critical enabling technology for vehicle electrification. One distinctive characteristic of IPS is the highly interactive and dynamic nature, due to tight physical couplings of the multiple components involved. To achieve high efficiency, one often exploits their operating profiles and pushes these systems to operate on or close to their admissible boundary, thereby calling for predictive control. In this lecture, we will explore the unique characteristics of the IPS and discuss the challenges and solutions of real-time optimization and predictive control applied to this particular class of systems. Several examples, including the IPS for all-electric ships and the integrated solid oxide fuel cell and gas turbine (SOFC/GT) system, will be used to provide motivations and illustrate the impact of solutions.


Professor Jing Sun received her Ph. D degree from the University of Southern California in 1989 and her master's and bachelor degrees from the University of Science and Technology of China in 1984 and 1982. From 1989-1993, she was an assistant professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Wayne State University. She joined Ford Research Laboratory in 1993, where she worked on advanced powertrain system controls. After spending almost ten years in the industry, she came back to academia in 2003 and joined the University of Michigan, where she is the Michael G. Parsons Collegiate Professor. She holds joint appointments in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department and Mechanical Engineering Department at the same university. She holds 41 US patents and has published over 250 archived journal and conference papers. She is a Fellow of NAI (the National Academy of Inventors), IEEE, IFAC, and SNAME (the Society of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering). She is one of the three recipients of the 2003 IEEE Control System Technology Award. She serves as a Distinguish Lecturer for IEEE Control Systems Society. She was the plenary speaker during the IFAC World Congress in Berlin (2020).



Referat plenarny, "Power electronics and hybrid transformers in distributed energy system - opportunities and challenges", wygłosi profesor Mariusz Malinowski, Politechnika Warszawska

The fast development of distributed generation systems (DGS), including an increasing number of renewable energy sources (RES), demand the change of classical grid into smart grids (SG), integrating all new distributed elements, e.g., active loads/sources/energy storages. Currently used conventional transformer cannot fulfill all requirements of SG. Therefore a new solution is demanded due to the nature of highly different types of energy sources, loads, and frequent voltage disturbances occurring in DGS. The proposed modern solutions are the applications of multifunctional power electronics, fault-tolerant power electronics, and hybrid transformers, that are able not only to meet the main requirements of SG but also respond to the future challenges defined by the constant progress of technology in all new fields (e.g., electromobility, energy store systems, etc.).


Professor Mariusz Malinowski received the Ph.D. and D.Sc. degrees in electrical engineering from the Institute of Control and Industrial Electronics, Warsaw University of Technology (WUT), Warsaw, Poland, in 2001 and 2012, respectively. He is currently with the Institute of Control and Industrial Electronics, WUT. He has co-authored more than 150 technical papers and seven books. His current research interests include the control and the modulation of grid-side converters, multilevel converters, smart grids, and power-generation systems based on renewable energies. Prof. Malinowski was a recipient of the IEEE IES David Irwin Early Career Award, IEEE IES Bimal Bose Energy Systems Award, Polish Prime Minister Award and the Polish Ministry of Science and High Education Award. He is a Fellow of IEEE. He is a corresponding member of the Division of Engineering Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences.



Referat plenarny "Diagnosability of hybrid dynamical systems" wygłosi profesor Maria Domenica Di Benedetto, University of L’Aquila, Italy

Hybrid systems, i.e., heterogeneous systems that include discrete and continuous-time subsystems, have been used to model control applications e.g. in automotive control, air traffic management systems, smart grids and intelligent manufacturing. Failure in this kind of applications can cause irreparable damage to the physical controlled systems and to the people who depend on it, or may cause large direct and indirect economic losses. Therefore, security for hybrid systems represent a significant concern. In this respect, observability and diagnosability play an important role since they are essential in characterizing the possibility of identifying the system’s hybrid state, and in particular, the occurrence of specific states that may correspond to malfunctioning due to a fault or an adversarial attack. In this talk, I review and place in context how the continuous and the discrete dynamics, as well as their interactions, intervene in the observability and diagnosability properties of a general class of hybrid systems. I also illustrate under which conditions the hybrid system’s state can be correctly estimated even when the system is under attack. An example related to network topology changes due to faults or attacks will illustrate the results.


Maria Domenica Di Benedetto is a Professor of Automatic Control at University of L’Aquila (Italy). She received her Master degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from University of Roma "La Sapienza" and holds the PhD degree (“Docteur-Ingenieur” Spécialité Automatique et Traitement du Signal) and the degree “Doctorat d'Etat ès Sciences” (Spécialité Sciences Physiques), both from Université de Paris-Sud (Orsay, France). She has been Adjunct Professor from 1995 to 2002, and McKay Professor from 1990 to 1995, at the Department of EECS of the University of California at Berkeley. She held visiting positions at MIT, at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor, and at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Mécanique in Nantes (France). Her research interests are in the areas of nonlinear and hybrid systems control theory, diagnosability and predictability in cyber-physical systems, and applications to traffic control, smart grids and biological systems. From 2001 to 2019, Prof. Di Benedetto has been the Director of the Italian Center of Excellence for Research DEWS "Architectures and Design methodologies for Embedded controllers, Wireless interconnect and System-on-Chip" established at the University of L’Aquila in 2001. She has been the President of the Italian Association of Researchers in Automatic Control (SIDRA) from 2013 to 2019. She is the President of the European Embedded Control Institute since 2009. Dr. Di Benedetto is a Fellow of the IEEE and IFAC. She has been a member of the IEEE Control Systems Technical Fields Award Committee, Chair of the Standing Committee on Fellow Nominations of the IEEE CSS, member of the IEEE Fellow Evaluation Committee of the IEEE CSS. She is the IFAC Chair of the Nathaniel B. Nichols Medal Selection Committee for the 2020-2023 triennium. She is currently a Distinguished Lecturer of the IEEE CSS and is serving as the VP for Membership Activities (2020-21) in the Executive Committee of the IEEE CSS. She is Editor of the IEEE Press Book Series in Control Systems Theory and Applications.

Strona zaktualizowana: 29.07.2022