Budapest (Hungary, 2000), Washington DC (USA, 2003), Beijing (China, 2006), Barcelona (Spain, 2009), Mexico City (Mexico, 2012), and Paris (France, 2015). The continuous increase in the complexity of modern industrial systems and objects as well as growing reliability demands regarding their operation and control quality are serious challenges for further development of the theory and practice of control and technical diagnostics. Early detection of faults is critical in avoiding performance degradation and damage to machinery or human life. The SAFEPROCESS symposium is a triennial meeting of IFAC and a major international gathering of leading experts in the academia and industry from all over the world. It aims at strengthening the contact between the academia and industry to build up new networks and cultivate existing relations. High-level speakers have gave talks on a wide spectrum of topics related to fault diagnosis, process supervision, safety monitoring and fault-tolerant control, as well as state-ofthe- art applications and emerging research directions. The symposium has been also a forum for young researchers, with the opportunity to present their scientific ambitions and work to an audience of international communities of technical diagnostics and control. Fault diagnosis and fault-tolerant control have developed into a major research area at the intersection of system and control engineering, applied mathematics and statistics or soft computing, as well as application fields such as mechanical, electrical, chemical and aerospace engineering. IFAC is recognized as playing a crucial role in this aspect by launching a triennial symposium dedicated to this subject. The program of SAFEPROCESS 2018 included 25 regular and 13 invited sessions in 5 parallel tracks. It also contained 3 plenary and 6 semi-plenary talks prepared by outstanding academic and industrial experts. We hope that those presentations gave the participants the opportunity to share in the knowledge and experience of worldrenowned scientists and experts in many exciting topics such as distributed fault diagnosis, integration of diagnosis and fault tolerant control, model-based fault diagnosis of wind turbines, model-free approaches to faulttolerant control, robust fault detection using setmembership approaches, as well as fault diagnosis needs and challenges in civil aircrafts.
|Titolo:||10th IFAC Symposium on Fault Detection, Supervision and Safety for Technical Processes : SAFEPROCESS 2018 : Warsaw, Poland, 29–31 August 2018 : PROCEEDINGS|
SIMANI, Silvio (Primo) [Methodology] (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||05.1 Curatela|