[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] Call For Papers: ACC 2020 Workshop on "Extremum Seeking Control in Biomedical Applications"

Gans, Nicholas R. nick.gans at uta.edu
Mon Mar 9 15:23:50 PDT 2020


*** Call for Papers ***
American Controls Conference 2020 Workshop on "Extremum Seeking Control in Biomedical Applications"
Date: June 30, 2020
Location:  The Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel, Denver, CO, USA

Poster Session:
Abstract submission due: March 31st, 2020
Abstract selection notification: April 15th, 2020

Description:
Biomedical systems are notoriously difficult to model.  This difficulty stems from the variation in physiology between subjects.  Furthermore, an individual subject will often vary over the course of a day, a week, etc.  This difficulty in modeling makes it difficult to implement optimal control solutions.  Extremum Seeking Control (ESC) is a method of model-free adaptive control that modifies the arguments of a cost function to guide them to a local maximum or minimum. The versatility and model-free nature of ESC makes them very well suited for biomedical control applications.  We will present ten recent results in applying ESC to a wide variety of biomedical problems, including powered prosthetics and orthotics, medication delivery, rehabilitation therapy, and assistive heart pumps.  We seek to highlight the strengths of ESC in biomedical applications and spur further research and development in the community who may not have considered this powerful approach.

The confirmed speakers are:

  *   Victor Duenas, Syracuse University
  *   Hosam Fathy, The University of Maryland
  *   Nicholas Gans, The University of Texas at Arlington
  *   Robert Gregg, The University of Michigan
  *   Martin Guay, Queen's University
  *   Saurav Kumar, The University of Texas at Dallas,
  *   Peiman Naseradinmousavi, The University of California at San Diego
  *   Miroslav Krstic, The University of California at San Diego
  *   Tiago Roux Oliveira, State University of Rio de Janeiro
  *   Ying Tan, The University of Melbourne

More information on the workshop can be accessed at: https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://sites.google.com/view/esc4biomed__;!!LIr3w8kk_Xxm!4VsaSDvdJ_Hq4Rsq2WCi9BQkUUVX39gHC7xxCf-ZpVpm4asuFfrOpZhWOOVae7w8H8JJJ9vQ$ 
For workshop registration please visit: https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://css.paperplaza.net/registration/index.php__;!!LIr3w8kk_Xxm!4VsaSDvdJ_Hq4Rsq2WCi9BQkUUVX39gHC7xxCf-ZpVpm4asuFfrOpZhWOOVae7w8H0FQB4YT$ 
We are requesting abstract submissions for the poster session on the topics related to optimization, optimal control and biomedical applications. The posters will be selected based on the abstracts. Please send poster abstracts to the organizers at saurav at utdallas.edu<mailto:saurav at utdallas.edu>.
For questions, please contact the organizers: Nick Gans - ngans at uta.edu<mailto:ngans at uta.edu>, Saurav Kumar - saurav at utdallas.edu<mailto:saurav at utdallas.edu>, Robert Gregg - rdgregg at umich.edu<mailto:rdgregg at umich.edu>




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