Lorentz Center - Port-Hamiltonian Systems: Approximations, Theory and Practice from 24 Mar 2014 through 28 Mar 2014
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    Port-Hamiltonian Systems: Approximations, Theory and Practice
    from 24 Mar 2014 through 28 Mar 2014

 

The aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers working on different aspects of port-Hamiltonian systems, such as operator theory, infinite-dimensional systems theory, modelling, and approximation. The proposed workshop will be considered a success if

 

- it has led to new research within combinations of the different aspects, e.g., the combination of abstract operator with system theory is applied to solve coupling problems of port-Hamiltonian systems;

- different approximation schemes associated with infinite-dimensional port-Hamiltonian systems can be revealed;

- open problems on infinite-dimensional port-Hamiltonian systems are discussed.

 

In order to reach these goals keynote speakers will deliver a tutorial lecture on their field. All participants will be ask to contribute to an “open problem” session on Tuesday. Besides more advanced seminars there will amble time for discussions.

 



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