Dr. Johann Schumann of the Robust Software Engineering group is co-organizer of “Intelligent Systems for Modeling and Control: Advances in Design and Validation,” which will be held September 3-5, 2008 in San Antonio, TX. Invited speakers for this workshop are from industry and academia, including Toyota Tech Center, Ford Research, Honeywell, UT Austin, Dow Chemicals, Southwest Research Institute, and NASA Ames. The workshop is a part of the IEEE Multi-Conference on Systems and Control (MSC). For more information, visit the conference web site.
BACKGROUND: Intelligent systems, or systems which include neural, fuzzy, or evolutionary components, must be designed or trained carefully, taking into account uncertainties, and verified/validated well before they are accepted for deployment. This workshop is intended to overview the state of the art and recent advances in intelligent systems for modeling and control with examples from the automotive, aerospace, and chemical industries. Presentations from both industrial and non-profit researchers will ensure effective sharing of knowledge and cross-disciplinary relevance.
NASA PROGRAM FUNDING: Next Generation Air Transportation System, ARMD
Contact: Johann Schumann