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TC 2.6. Distributed Parameter Systems

 

Welcome Message from the Chair

 

Welcome to the official web-page of the IFAC Technical Committee 2.6 on Distributed Parameter Systems!

 

In general, the distributed parameter description becomes an essential ingredient of the modeling and analysis process if the spatial or property distribution of the system variables can not be neglected. Typical examples comprise chemical or biochemical reactors, thermal and electrochemical systems, smart and vibrating structures, flow problems, propagating waves, or systems for energy production, distribution and storage. The dynamic operation of these distributed parameter systems essentially relies on the incorporation of suitable control strategies to influence the system dynamics and to enlarge the operating range. In addition to the research impact distributed parameter systems have gained importance in various industrial applications.

 

It is one of the main goals of this Technical Committee to address these challenges by fostering the methodological development for modeling, analysis, and control of distributed parameter systems and by integrating these results into various classical and emerging application areas.

 

Prof. Thomas Meurer