Graduate Course Descriptions

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5202. Foundations of Control

3.00 credits

Prerequisites: SE 5101. Recommended preparation: undergraduate course in systems analysis.

Grading Basis: Graded

Familiarizes students with system design flows used for designing, implementing and verifying control systems and to provide skills necessary to design and analyze practical regulatory controllers for Cyber-Physical systems. Successful students will be cognizant of the role of controls in the system design process and will be proficient in specifying control system requirements, especially as they relate to attenuation of load disturbances, robustness to dynamic system model uncertainty, actuator nonlinearities, and measurement noise; knowledgeable of the distinctions between modeling systems for control and understanding the fundamental limits of regulatory control systems; knowledgeable of the role of control architectures for regulatory controllers, including sensor selection and sizing of actuators; aware of practical control design methods focusing on PID controllers; controller implementation, validation, testing, diagnostics and tuning. Use of computer-aided engineering tools (Dymola, MATLAB/Simulink) in the design flows for control of cyber-physical systems is emphasized.


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Term Class Number Campus Instruction Mode Instructor Section Session Schedule Enrollment Location Credits Grading Basis Notes
Fall 2020 8106 Storrs Online Dutta, Abhishek 010 Reg 14/15 No Room Required - Online 3.00 Graded Course is offered in a hybrid-online format through Blackboard Collaborate or WebEx to working professional students in the Graduate Certificate and Masters of Engineering in Advanced Systems Engineering, and non-degree graduate engineering students. Course restricted to MEng, Graduate Certificate students, and graduate non-degree students. Students meet live online each week with the instructor and students during the designated time. Contact the program coordinator if you have questions about the course: diane.l.perko@uconn.edu. To view the syllabus please visit this url;
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