Section Headings and Selected Papers: Plenary Paper. Controls, risk and educational responsibility: the ethical/professional links (M.J. Rabins, C.E. Harris Jr). Video Competition. A demonstration rig for control systems based on the ball-and-beam with vision feedback (J. Whelan, J.V. Ringwood). Development of the JSME CAI system (Y. Okada et al.). Teaching Control Theory. How to teach LQG (V. Kucera). Control education in Japan with special focus of teaching exact model matching and adaptive control (K. Ichikawa). Teaching stability and robust stability (M. Mansour). How to Integrate Non-Technical Issues into Control Education. Environmental engineering education as an issue of control education (R. van der Vorst). Efficient Ways to Teach Control Theory. Use and misuse of computer for control education (R. Perret, Z. Binder). Computer Aided Education I. Educational simulation software in Oberon (A.H. Glattfelder et al.). Continuing Control Education in Industry. A strategy for industry's continuing education needs (M.K. Masten). Control Engineering Solutions: An Experimental Approach. Integral action and anti wind-up (B. Sulc). Multivariable process control (N. Mort). Curriculum. Development process for controls engineering education (J. Vian). Computer Aided Education II. Toward CAI in control engineering (R. Fujiwara, Y. Tsuboi). Control Laboratory Experiments III. Systems engineering laboratory experiments at Washington University (H. Mukai, D. Elliott). Continuing Education. The impact of a tempus project on active learning in automatic control (B. Zupancic et al.). Control Laboratory Experiments I. AIDA: a practical training laboratory (S. Gentil et al.). Teaching Aids for Control Theory. A transparent environment for experimental validation of basic control theory (L. Del Re et al.). Control Laboratory Experiments II. Mode localization by state feedback control quasi-perturbation of a multi-degree-of-freedom system (S.W. Faw, M.J. Rabbins). Author index.
The implementation of effective control systems can help to achieve a wide range of benefits, not least in terms of real cost-savings. Education plays a vital role in ensuring continued success and its importance is well recognized by IFAC with a specifically designated technical committee in this area. This invaluable publication brings together the results of international research and experience in the latest control education techniques, as presented at the most recent symposium. Information on course curricula is presented, as well as teachware, including software and laboratory experimental appparatus.
For academics with a teaching interest in control technology and applications.
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National Institute of Environmental Studies, Ibaragi, Japan
Department of Control Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan