ECE 451: Control Engineering (Fall 2018)

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Lectures

Tue/Thu, 5:00-6:15pm, C1 LC

Instructor

Shuo Han (hanshuo@uic.edu)
Office hour: Mon, 3:00-5:00pm, 1110 SEO

Teaching Assistant

Duc Vu (dvu4@uic.edu)
Office hour: Tue, 12:30-1:30pm, 923 SEO

Course Description

The course serves as a second course in control for undergraduates and first-year graduate students who wish to learn more about modern control design techniques from a practical perspective. The course mainly focuses on analysis and design of dynamical systems using state space methods and tools from linear algebra. Topics to be covered include: State space modeling of dynamical systems; Stability analysis in state space; Reachability/controllability and state feedback; Observability and observer design; Optimization-based design of controllers (linear quadratic regulator, receding-horizon control) and observers (Kalman filtering).

Prerequisites

ECE 350 or equivalent course on introductory control. Linear algebra. Familiarity with MATLAB.

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Course Text and References

The lecture notes will be the primary source of reference. The main textbook for the course is

Other references

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Control theory:

Linear algebra: