Control Problems in Industry

July 22-23, 1994

Holiday Inn on the Bay at the Embarcadero

San Diego, California

This symposium will focus on industrial control applications that have benefited from recent mathematical and technological developments. The presentations have been selected primarily for the practical significance of the problems solved, though all have significant mathematical content. They are a good sample of current work in industrial control, with emphasis on real-world payoff.

The speakers come from industry and academia, and they will cover a broad range of applications, including applications from the automotive, aerospace, chemical, electronics industries and applications in optics, process control and image processing. Anyone who values useful mathematics will find much of interest in this symposium.

The symposium is being conducted by SIAM with the cooperation of the Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et en Automatique (INRIA).

The symposium is conducted with partial support from the Department of Energy.


Symposium Themes

The symposium will focus on the following applications and methods:

Organizing Committee

Irena Lasiecka (Chair), Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Virginia

Blaise Morton, Honeywell Technology Center, Minneapolis

Jacques Henry, INRIA, Le Chesnay, France


Program

Thursday Evening, July 21


Friday Morning, July 22


Friday Afternoon, July 22

4:30-5:30 Contributed Presentations I


Saturday Morning, July 23


Saturday Afternoon, July 23

11:30-12:30 Contributed Presentations II

The symposium will take place in the Pacific D Ballroom. Coffee breaks will be in the Pacific Foyer. The reception, 6:00 PM-7:00 PM on Friday, July 22, will be in the Poolside, weather permitting; if not, in Porthole.