Knowledge and technology transfer: Novel results while teaching advanced courses
AuthorDimirovski, Georgi M.
Dinibütün, Abdurrahman Talha
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CitationDimirovski, G.M., Li, W., Serafimovski, A., Jing, Y., Dinibütün, A.T. (2005). Knowledge and technology transfer: Novel results while teaching advanced courses. Proceedings of the 16th IFAC World Congress, Volume 16, Part 1, (pp. 23-28). Czech Republic, Elsevier. http://dx.doi.org/10.3182/20050703-6-CZ-1902.02267
Graduate studies in fields of Engineering typically include advanced control theory. in turn, these courses enhance both academic and applied research, hence contributing to combined knowledge and technology transfer, in particular if supported by industry as well. This paper reports on such fruitful experiences at our universities through the math-analytical back-stepping and state-feedback control design methodologies. Computer simulation and laboratory experiments have demonstrated these controller designs possess quality performances, which are comparable with the other designs for the same applications.