Centre for Intelligent Systems

An Overview of Recent Activities

Centre for Intelligent Systems

The Centre comprises two main units:

  • Alpha Control Systems Research Laboratory;
  • Re:creation Virtual and Augmented Reality Laboratory.

The members of CIS have diverse academic backgrounds and experience, including, but not limited to...

Alpha Control Systems Research Laboratory

COST Project Developments

COST WG3: Papers for IFAC/PID'2018

  • FOPID Controllers and Their Industrial Applications: A Survey of Recent Results, Aleksei Tepljakov, Baris Baykant Alagoz, Celaleddin Yeroglu, Emmanuel Gonzalez, S. Hassan HosseinNia, Eduard Petlenkov;
  • A Numerical Study for Plant-Independent Evaluation of Fractional-order PID Controller Performance, same authors, except Dr. Alagoz is first author.

COST WG3: Journal Articles (JCSC)

  • Digital Realization of Retuning Fractional-order Controllers for an Existing Closed-loop Control System (2017), Aleksei Tepljakov, Eduard Petlenkov, Emmanuel Gonzalez, Juri Belikov;
  • Model Reference Adaptive Control Scheme for Retuning Method based Fractional-order PID Control with Disturbance Rejection Applied to Closed-loop Control of a Magnetic Levitation System (2018, accepted for publication), Aleksei Tepljakov, Baris Baykant Alagoz, Emmanuel Gonzalez, Eduard Petlenkov, and Celaleddin Yeroglu.

Advancing Industrial Control Applications For District Heating Plants

Recent Publications

  • Model-based Control Design for a District Heating Plant (2017), Vitali Vansovits, Boris I. Godoy, Aleksei Tepljakov, Kristina Vassiljeva, Eduard Petlenkov, In Proc. of IEEE 15th International Conference of Industrial Informatics.
  • Control-oriented Idenfication using Maximum Likelihood for a District Heating Plant (2017), Boris I. Godoy, Vitali Vansovits, Aleksei Tepljakov, Eduard Petlenkov, Kristina Vassiljeva, to be presented during the 2017 Asian Control Conference.

Second paper nominated for best application paper award.

Modeling and Analysis of Large-scale Power Systems in the Presence of Renewable Energy Sources

World trend: From fossil to renewable energy sources

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New Expertise: Power Systems

Q: How do we manage, analyze, and control many independent energy sources and make them work together?

Recent Publications

  • D. Baimel, J. Belikov, J. M. Guerrero, and Y. Levron, Dynamic modeling of networks, microgrids, and renewable sources in the dq0 reference frame: A survey, IEEE Access, 5, pp. 21323–21335, 2017.
  • J. Belikov and Y. Levron, A sparse minimal-order dynamic model of power networks based on dq0 signals, IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, 2017, to be published.

Re:creation VR and AR Laboratory

Synesthesia in Virtual Reality

Synesthesia in Virtual Reality

  • Synesthesia is the act of experiencing one sense modality as another, e.g., a person may vividly experience flashes of colors when listening to a series of sounds.
  • Recent technological advances in the Virtual Reality field allow to induce such experiences due to the effect of presence achieved in the virtual environment.
  • This has numerous medical and artistic applications.
  • So far our focus has been localization and visual interpretation of sound in Virtual Reality.

Synesthesia: publications

  • A. Tepljakov, S. Astapov, E. Petlenkov, K. Vassiljeva, and D. Draheim, “Sound Localization and Processing for Inducing Synesthetic Experiences in Virtual Reality,” in Proc. 15th Biennial Baltic Electronics Conference, 2016, Laulasmaa, Estonia, pp. 159–162.
  • A. Köse, A. Tepljakov, and S. Astapov, “Real-time Localization and Visualization of a Sound Source for Virtual Reality Applications,” in Proc. of the 25th International Conference on Software, Telecommunications and Computer Networks, 2017, Split, Croatia, pp. 1-6.

Ahmet Köse received the Best Student Paper Award from the SoftCOM 2017 conference committee for the second paper.

Control Objects in Virtual Reality

Control Objects in Virtual Reality

  • The project is dedicated to creating virtual control objects for real-time control experiments.
  • We model laboratory objects, because this allows us to obtain highly accurate mathematical models of these systems for making classroom instruction much more efficient.
  • One specific goal is to mathematically model and implement physically accurate interactions between the user and the control objects (e.g., using motion controllers).
  • Future goals include modeling real-life industrial objects for implementing specialized virtual training.

Latest Project: MLS Modeling

Latest Project: Rathaus Square

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