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* [[http:web.archive.org/web/19960512214239/http://cds.caltech.edu/~murray/topten/|Top Ten Challenge Problems in Nonlinear Control (1995-96)]] (via the [[http:web.archive.org|Internet Archive]])
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* [[http:www2.cds.caltech.edu/~murray/archive/topten|Top Ten Challenge Problems in Nonlinear Control (1995-96)]]  
 
* [[http:www.cds.caltech.edu/~murray/cdspanel|Panel on Future Directions on Control, Dynamics and Systems (2000-2003)]]
 
* [[http:www.cds.caltech.edu/~murray/cdspanel|Panel on Future Directions on Control, Dynamics and Systems (2000-2003)]]
 
* Systems and Control in the Future of Humanity (IFAC 2017) - link to be posted when available
 
* Systems and Control in the Future of Humanity (IFAC 2017) - link to be posted when available

Revision as of 06:49, 17 December 2016

Abstract: The field of control provides the principles and methods used to design physical, biological and information systems that maintain desirable performance by sensing and automatically adapting to changes in the environment. The opportunities to apply control principles and methods are exploding. In this talk I will briefly review some of the past predictions for future directions in control (including some of my own) and provide some thoughts on how well the field is doing in terms of living up to its past promises of future success. The ultimate goal of the talk is to help inspire the next generation of controls researchers, balance theory with application, provide a view into the possible futures of control, give credit where it is due, and let the guard down and talk about personal stuff a bit.

  • Slides (PDF, 9 MB)
  • Video to be posted when available

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