Homework 4 is released, due by the end of the day on Tuesday, Nov 15.
There will be no class on Tuesday, November 8 (election day).
Information about final presentations and the list of suggested papers are now available on the coursework page.
I am attending a workshop this week, so there will be no lectures. However, please watch the videos linked in Oct 25 and Oct 27 entries in preparation for next week's lectures. You can find both the link to the video and the tablet notes here.
Homework 3 is released, due by the end of the day on Thursday, Oct 20.
There will be no lectures this week due to the Allerton Conference. However, please watch the video linked in the Sep 27 entry in preparation for next week's lectures. You can find both the link to the video and the tablet notes here.
Homework 2 is released, due by the end of the day on Thursday, Sep 22.
No instructor office hours today.
Homework 1 submission deadline is extended by one day, now due by the end of the day on Friday, Sep 9.
Instructor office hours will be in person on Thursdays, 4-5pm, in 162 CSL.
Homework 1 is released, due by the end of the day on Thursday, Sep 8.
All homework submissions will be done through Gradescope (entry code K3Z2XE).
Welcome! Watch this space for all important course-related announcements.
We will be using Campuswire, sign up here (invite code 5525).
I will be away during the first week of the semester. Links to tablet notes and video recordings of Lectures 1 and 2 from Fall 2020 are available here.
About this course
What is this?
Adaptive and nonlinear control is a graduate-level course that covers deterministic control in the presence of large-scale uncertainty about the system being controlled. The focus will be on adaptive control and estimation, while also incorporating advanced analysis techniques for nonlinear systems, as well as connections between adaptation, learning, and real-time optimization.
The material in this course will be based on a number of sources, including: