Stability and robustness

stability

This research pole will deal with the concept of stability and robustness in various fields of research, aiming to identify its key structural determinants. In ecology as in financial networks, catastrophic changes in the overall state of a system can ultimately derive from how it is organised — from feedback mechanisms within it, and from linkages that are latent and often unrecognised. The change may be initiated by external factors, but is more usually triggered endogenously.

Keywords: Dynamical systems, Self-organized patterns, Emergent phenomena

Contact: Timoteo Carletti and Joseph Winkin

Relevant references:

  • H. Dimassi, J. J. Winkin, & A. Vande Wouwer, A sliding mode observer for a linear reaction–convection–diffusion equation with disturbances, feb. 2019, Systems and Control Letters. 124, p. 40-48 9 p.
  • P. Thémans, P. Marquet, J. J. Winkin, & F. T. Musuamba, Towards a Generic Tool for Prediction of Meropenem Systemic and Infection-Site Exposure: A Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic Model for Adult Patients with Pneumonia, jan. 2019, Drugs in R and D. 13 p.
  • C. Prieur, & J. J. Winkin, Boundary feedback control of linear hyperbolic systems: Application to the Saint-Venant–Exner equations, mar 2018, Automatica. 89, p. 44-51 8 p.
  • F. Lamoline, & J. Winkin, 2018, On LQG control of stochastic port-Hamiltonian systems on infinite-dimensional spaces. In proceedings of the 23rd Symposium on Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems, p. 197-203 7 p.
  • F. Lamoline, & J. J. Winkin, On stochastic port-hamiltonian systems with boundary control and observation, jan. 2018, 2017 IEEE 56th Annual Conference on Decision and Control, CDC 2017. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., Vol 2018-January. p. 2492-2497 6 p.