OPTEC Workshop on Moving Horizon Estimation and System Identification

August 29-30, 2012

OPTEC, K.U. Leuven's Optimization in Engineering Center

Leuven, Belgium

The aim of this two day workshop is to bring together researchers from the fields of optimization based estimation and system identification. It spans from theory to applications, and topics of interest include:

- moving horizon estimation formulations

- linear and nonlinear models

- constrained estimation and identification

- use of L1 vs. L2 vs. Huber penalties

- robust estimation and regularization

- fault and outlier detection

- Kalman smoothing and filtering

- efficient numerical methods

- sparsity exploiting linear algebra

- single shooting vs. multiple shooting vs. collocation

- embedded optimization and code generation

- applications in aerospace, process systems, mechatronics, robotics

- open source and commercial software tools

There are two confirmed keynote speakers giving 45 minute talks:

- Lennart Ljung (Linköping): Parameter estimation using smoothing and MPC

- Jim Rawlings (UW Madison): Current status and future challenges of moving horizon state estimation

For more info http://www.kuleuven.be/optec/mheworkshop2012


Milan Vukov, PhD Student

KU Leuven, Electrical Engineering Department (ESAT)

Kasteelpark Arenberg 10, bus 2446

B-3001 Leuven-Heverlee, Belgium

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