2019 · 24. October 2019
One of the I-MECH building blocks (named as BB9) is about iterative and repetitive control. Do you have a system that exhibits periodic errors in time/position domain? Then BB9 within the I-MECH Center, can be of service! To learn about the principles of repetitive control, the High-Tech Institute brings this training. The course explains developments in control, from classical feedback and feedforward control towards advanced control techniques. These developments include repetitive control,...
2019 · 24. October 2019
The 5th I-MECH progress meeting was held in Athens, Greece on October 14-16, 2019. Our project colleagues from ITML have taken the care of the meeting arrangement which took place in this beautiful historical metropole. The specific goals of the meeting were progress monitoring of building blocks integration into pilots, the final iteration of building block verification results, progress of tasks not related to building blocks and actions alignment for the 2nd Year Examination Review on 11-12...
2019 · 17. September 2019
Read the latest updates about the I-MECH reference architecture, meetings, new publications and upcoming events in I-MECH Newsletter 5 - September 2019.
2019 · 16. September 2019
The I-MECH project and, in particular, the work done by UNIBS and GEF for BB6 and BB7, has been presented in a poster session at the conference of the Italian community of academicians working in the control systems field “Automatica.it 2019”. The conference has been held in Ancona and there has been an attendance of more than 100 people. The poster has been presented by Luca Simoni and Giovanna Finzi and has attracted the attention of many participants who have asked about the developed...
2019 · 30. August 2019
A delegation from the I-MECH project was participated to the Euromicro Conference “Digital System Design (DSD)” on August 28th- 30th, 2019. This was a very interesting event, addressing all the aspects of digital and mixed HW/SW system engineering, covering the whole design trajectory from specification down to micro-architectures, digital circuits and VLSI implementations. During the event Dr Mojtaba Haghi from TU/e was successfully presented the work named as “Model-based...
2019 · 14. July 2019
I-MECH has attended the American Control Conference (ACC) in Philadelphia, USA. A full-paper entitled: `Feedforward Motion Control: From Batch-to-Batch Learning to Online Parameter Estimation’ is published (you can find it here). In this paper, two methods are presented and analyzed for optimization of feedforward control parameters from data in real-time, which may lead to a major performance benefit as shown in the paper. This is an active research topic within I-MECH, specifically in...
2019 · 14. July 2019
I-MECH partners from ZAPUNI, TU/e and UNIBS have joined forces during the IFAC Symposium of Advances of Control Education (ACE2019) in lovely Philadelphia (US). The educational and trainee impact of I-MECH was demonstrated by I-MECH technical coordinator Dr Martin Čech to the event attendees including experts, researchers, R&D specialists from industrial automation control, instrumentation, education fields. The meeting was very successful as it had a significant contribution to the...
2019 · 30. June 2019
Transducers 2019 and EUROSENSORS XXXIII, one of the world's biggest conference in Microsensors and Microactuators, has successfully concluded. It was an exciting happening, showcasing major technological, scientific and commercial innovations in mechanical, optical, chemical and biological devices and systems using micro and nanotechnology. I-MECH partners from the International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory (INL) had a very impressive performance (both poster and oral talk) during this...
2019 · 24. June 2019
The fourth I-MECH face -to-face meeting took place on June 3-5, 2019. The meeting was hosted by the NTIS centre of the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen, Czech Republic.
2019 · 24. June 2019
I-MECH had an active presence at the ECSEL Symposium 2019 held on June 17-18, in Bucharest Romania. During several guided exhibition tours, the project’s actual achievements and future visions were presented to broad audience of public authorities, company representatives and research communities. Various bilateral discussions were also made aiming to align future directions towards next Horizon Europe research programme. In this context, I-MECH’s goal is to provide reference edge computing...

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