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Workshop on Multi-Agent Coordination and Estimation - Program

Photos from the event

Tuesday, February 2

17:00–19:00 
Reception at the Pufendorf Institute at Biskopsgatan 3 in Lund (map).

Wednesday, February 3

08:30–09:00 
Registration
09:00–09:30 Opening by Per Eriksson, Vice-Chancellor of Lund University
09:30–10:30
Coherence in Large-Scale Networks: The Multi-Scale Effects of Feedback
Bassam Bamieh, University of California at Santa Barbara
A scalable approach to the control of large networks.
Glenn Vinnicombe, University of Cambridge
10:30–11:00 Coffee
11:00–12:00
12:00–13:30 Lunch
13:30–15:00
Structure and Stability in Feedback Networks
David Hill, Australian National University
Modeling and blind deconvolution via sparse representations
Tryphon Georgiou, University of Minnesota
Dynamic Coverage and Clustering: A Maximum Entropy Approach
Carolyn L. Beck, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
15:00–15:30 Coffee
15:30–16:30
16:30–17:00 Discussion 1

Thursday, February 4

09:00–10:00 
On a Simple Multi-Agent Consensus Model With State-Dependent Connectivity
Vincent Blondel, Université catholique de Louvain
From Consensus to Social Learning in Complex Networks
Ali Jadbabaie, University of Pennsylvania
10:00–10:30 Coffee
10:30–11:30
11:30–12:00 Discussion 2
12:00–13:30 Lunch
13:30–15:00
Consensus and contraction of the Hilbert metric
Rodolphe Sepulchre, Université de Liège
Robustness of collective decision dynamics
Naomi Leonard, Princeton University
15:00–15:30 Coffee
15:30–16:30
Universal patterns and transitions in collective motion
Tamas Vicsek, Eötvös Loránd University
Dynamics on graphs: synchronization and community detection
Mauricio Barahona, Imperial College London
16:30–17:00 Discussion 3
18:20 Gathering at Bangatan 14 (next to Ica Kvantum Malmborgs) (map)
19:00– Workshop dinner at Trollenäs Castle

Friday, February 5

09:00–10:00 
Synthesis of decentralized control systems
John Swigart, Stanford University
Distributed model predictive control for water infrastructures
Bart De Schutter, Delft University of Technology
10:00–10:30 Coffee
10:30–11:30
Bioplausible approaches to control using highly distributed, slow computing
Richard M. Murray, California Institute of Technology
Real time communication
P. R. Kumar, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
11:30–12:00 Discussion 4
12:00–13:30 Lunch
13:30–14:30
From Gain-Scheduling to Distributed Control
Carsten Scherer, Delft University of Technology
On Real-Time Pricing for Strategic Agents
Cedric Langbort, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
14:30–15:00 Coffee
15:00–16:00
Multi-agent control with multi-resolution sensing over networks
Geir E. Dullerud, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Distributed verification of sparse systems
Anders Rantzer, Lund University
16:00–16:15 Conclusion