Introducing Modern Modeling Techniques to the Undergraduate Control Course - Maplesoft

Introducing Modern Modeling Techniques to the Undergraduate Control Course

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It’s been almost a decade since the turn of the century and for the most part, the way we teach undergraduates fundamental and design concepts in control systems have remained unchanged for almost 30 years. Within industry, however, control systems design have emerged as one of the most important modern engineering techniques in the 21st Century, especially in key segments such as automotive and aerospace. For industry, control design today is about the design and deployment of embedded digital design logic on chips in electronically controlled devices (e.g. modern electronic fuel injection, stability control, etc.). Are we preparing our students adequately for this challenge?

This Webinar will be a survey of the realities in control systems applications in industry and a review of key techniques using MapleSim and Maple to enrich the curriculum. Examples from various industries will be provided.

Dr. Tom Lee is Vice President of Applications engineering and Chief Evangelist with Maplesoft. He has a background in Mechanical Engineering with a specialization in physical systems modeling and control, and computer-assisted engineering education. A long-time member of the ASEE, he is a frequent invited speaker at many international meetings.
Please note that this video was filmed in a previous version of MapleSim.