Tutorial Session on the Theory and Practice of Explicit MPC

Tutorial session given at the 2013 European Control Conference in Zurich
  • Colin Jones (EPFL)
  • Michal Kvasnica (Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava)
  • Martin Herceg (ETH)
Presentation material:

Explicit Model Predictive Control: Basics, Fast Implementations, Advantages and Limitations
Alberto Bemporad (IMT I
nstitute for Advanced Studies Lucca)

General Purpose Computational Tool for Explicit MPC: MPT3.0
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Martin Herceg (ETH)
Complexity Reduction in Explicit MPC: From Theory to Implementation
Michal Kvasnica (Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava)
Approximate nonlinear explicit MPC based on reachability analysis
Davide Raimondo (University of Pavia), Martin Mönningmann (Ruhr-Universität Bochum)
High-speed high-performance model predictive control of power electronics systems
Sébastien Mariéthoz (ETH)
Explicit MPC Applications in the Mechatronics Industry: Technology Transfer Potential and Current Limitations
Stefano Di Cairano (Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories)