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报 告 人：川田诚一，日本产业技术大学院大学
（Seiichi Kawata , Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology, Japan）教授
报告题目：Practical Examples of Phisical Modeling, and Control
内容简介：The purpose of control engineering was to develop a controller thatfunctions properly just by connecting it. And theoretical research hasprogressed to achieve this goal. However, control theorists have been confusedby the gap between theory and practice. The possible reasons for this are asfollows. Many of the actual control objects of control theorists were limitedto those that can be easily implemented in a laboratory such as an invertedpendulum. And they couldn't do much to develop large-scale real plants andcontrol systems for automobiles and robots, etc.
It is also known that the accuracy of modeling higly affects theperformance of controled system in the actual modeling of chemical plants suchas petroleum complexes and fine chemicals and steel processes. In such areality, it is important to develop a control theory backed by the knowledgeof the actual plant. Looking at the current development of automobile control,we can see that research is proceeding based on this appropriateidea.
The lecturer wolud like to describe some findings on modeling and controlof heat exchangers, continuous re-heating furnaces for steelmaking industry,and chemical reaction processes from the research results. What the lecturerwould like to emphasize in this lecture is that it is important to havediverse knowledge of controlled objects in order to develop good controldesign, and for that purpose, control designers should have knowledge andunderstanding of physical modeling.
报告人简介：Prof. Seiichi Kawata received B.E. (1977), M.E.(1979) and Ph.D.(1983) all in Osaka University. He serverd as Research Associate at Osaka University in 1982-1986. From 1986, he joined Tokyo Metropolitan University and received a professorship in 2000. From 2016 to present, he sreved as President of Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology, Tokyo Metropolitan University Public University Corporation and Vice Chairperson of the Board of Trustees of Tokyo Metropolitan University Public University Corporation. He is also a Fellow of SICE (The Society of Instrument and Control Engineers) in Japan and a member of IEEE, JSME (The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers), JSAI (The Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence) and JeLA (Japan e-Learning Association).
Dr. Seiichi Kawata’s Research Interests include Industrial control systems design, Optimization of manufacturing systems, Machine Learning, Discrete/continuous hybrid systems modeling and simulation, Service Engineering. He published many papers in the field of Control engineering application for the industrial problem, Soft computing application for the manufacturing systems optimization, Development of the integrated simulator of discrete event systems and continuous systems and Service engineering.