SCP2020

IV Stability and Control Processes

Conference

in memory of Prof. Vladimir Zubov

Saint Petersburg, Russia

5-9 October 2020

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Scientific Program

Call for Papers

  • Stability
  • Methods of Lyapunov Functions
  • Dynamic Systems Theory
  • Mechanical Systems Control
  • Control and Optimization of Electro-Physical processes
  • Game Theory. Conflict Systems Control
  • Methods for Analysis and Design of Systems with Time-delay
  • Robust Control
  • Optimization Methods
  • Non-Linear Mechanics and Solid-state Physics
  • Socio-economic Systems Control
  • Medical and Biological Systems Control
  • Informatics and Control Processes
  • Mathematical Modelling and Image Processing Methods
  • Artificial Intelligence

Conference Agenda

Conference working language is English.
The conference program will contain keynote, invited and regular oral as well as poster presentations.
The length of keynote and invited talks is 40 mins, regular presentation is 20 mins. Each room will be equipped with computer and multimedia projector.

Conference Proceedings

Papers for the conference proceedings will be selected by the program committee based on the results of the review and verification of the content originality. The proceedings of SCP 2020 will be published by Springer in the series Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences - Proceedings. The papers of unmanned presentations will be excluded from the proceedings.
The guidance for paper preparation can be found in the author section: Paper preparation.

Some presentations can be recommended by the program committee for extended version publication in the journal Vestnik of St. Petersburg University. Applied mathematics. Computer science. Control Processes indexed in Scopus and WoS.

Keynote and Invited Speakers

Prof. Leon Petrosyan
Dean of the Faculty of Applied Mathematics - Control Processes (PM-PU), Saint Petersburg State University.
Head of the department of Mathematical Game Theory and Statistical Decisions (PM-PU).

Talk: "On the Strong Time-Consistency of Set-valued Optimality Principles"
Born December 18, 1940 in Leningrad. Graduated from the Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics (Leningrad State University) in 1962, Ph.D., in 1965, Dr.Sci., in 1972. Since 1974 head of the Department of Mathematical Game Theory and Statistical Decisions, and since 1975, dean of the Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Control Processes.
awards: Order of Friendship (1999), Medal of the Order for Merit to the Fatherland, 2-nd Class (2010), Laureate of the R. Isaacs Prize (2014) Petrosyan L. A. is editor of the journals "Applied Mathematics, Computer Science, Control Processes", "Mathematical Game Theory and its Applications" and "International Game Theory Review".
From 1968 to 1969 he lectured and supervised the work of graduate students in Egypt at Cairo and Asyut Universities. In 1974, 1980 and 1983, he lectured on game theory at the University of Havana and the University of Santiago de Cuba (Cuba); in 1979, lectures at the Humboldt and Dresden Technical Universities (Germany); in 1990, at the University of California and Purdue University (USA); in 1991, 1995, 1998 at the University of Tokyo, universities in Osaka, Kobe, Hirasaki and Hiroshima (Japan); in 1992 - at Stockholm University and at Stockholm Technical University; in 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 at the University of Hamburg, Heidelberg, Munich Technical University and the University of Ulm; in 1994, 1997, at Seoul University and the University of Daegu City (Korea); in 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2012, 2015 at the University of Montreal (Canada); in 1998 at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel); in 1998 at Cambridge and London universities (Great Britain); in 2004, 2010, 2012, 2015 at the University of Hong Kong, as well as in Xi'an, Harbin, Beijing and Qingdao University (China). Personal page

Prof. h.c. Dr. Joachim U. Knebel
Head of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Division, Karlsruhe Institute of Techology, Germany

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Prof. dr. ing. Vladimir Rasvan
Director of the doctoral school, Faculty of Automation, Computers and Electronics, Craiova University, Romania

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Prof. Sorin Olaru
Professor, Laboratory of Signals and Systems, CentraleSupelec - University Paris Saclay, France

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Prof. Noboru Sakamoto
Professor, Science and Engineering Department, Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan

Received the B.S. degree in Mathematics from Hokkaido University (1991) and M.S. and PhD degrees in Aerospace Engineering from Nagoya University (1993 and 1996, respectively). From 1996 until 2015, he held positions in the Graduate School of Engineering in Nagoya University. Currently, he is a Professor with the Science and Engineering of Nanzan University in Nagoya, Japan. He has held a visiting research position at University of Groningen, The Netherlands, in 2005 and 2006. He received the SICE Best Paper Prizes in 1997, 2006, 2008 and 2011 and SICE Kimura Prize in 2016. Personal page

Prof. Alexander Fradkov
Professor, Department of Theoretical Cybernetics, Saint Petersburg State University,
Head of the Laboratory of Complex Systems Control, Institute of Problems of Mechanical Engineering of the Russian Academy of Sciences,
Professor, Saint Petersburg National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics, Saint Petersburg, Russia

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