Structural methods for analysis and synthesis in hybrid systems

The course is held by prof. Zattoni and is part of the training provided for IBES PhD Students - a.y.2022/2023

  • Date:

    09 JANUARY
    18 JANUARY 2023
     from 9:00 to 12:00
  • Event location: Online event

  • Type: IBES Course


The aim of the course is to provide the fundamental tools for a structural approach to analysis and control system synthesis for various classes of multivariable dynamical systems. Structural methodologies have evolved from original graph theories, differential-algebraic techniques and geometric approach and have proven to be particularly effective to deal with hybrid systems like, in particular, impulsive systems and switching systems. In the latest years, relevant theoretical achievements have been obtained within the scope of each of the methodologies encompassed in the sphere of the structural approaches in respect of fundamental control and observation problems stated for complex systems (e.g., multi-agent systems, hybrid impulsive systems, switching systems, implicit switching systems). Moreover, computational algorithms and specific applications have been developed together with the theoretical accomplishments. Thus, the corpus of consolidated results (both theoretical and practical/computational ones) presently available motivates the intention to share and disseminate the status of the art by a thorough presentation.


  • 9th January 2023, h. 9-12
  • 11th January 2023 h. 9-12
  • 16th January 2023 h. 9-12
  • 18th January 2023 h. 9-12

The course is part of the training provided for IBES PhD Students in the academic year 2022/2023.

The IBES PhD Students who attend the course and pass the final test:


Check the links above for further information about the specific academic requirements for each cyle and how to comply with them.


prof.ssa Elena Zattoni

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