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    On Wednesday, July 12th from 1:30 pm till 6:00 pm

    in room “Handball”


    Using interactive tools to create an enthusiasm for control in aerospace and chemical engineers
    Rossiter J. Anthony
    Sheffield, United Kingdom

    Revealing the Hidden Technology by Means of an Overhead Crane
    Padula Fabrizio; Adamini Riccardo; Finzi Giovanna; Visioli Antonio
    Perth, Australia and Brescia, Italy

    Virtual and Remote Laboratory with the Ball and Plate System
    Fabregas Acosta Ernesto; Dormido-Canto Sebastián; Dormido Sebastián
    Madrid, Spain

    Low-cost Carry-home Mobile Platforms for Project-based Evaluation of Control Theory
    Steinhauser Armin; Verbandt Maarten; van Duijkeren Niels; van Parys Ruben; Jacobs Laurens; Swevers Jan; Pipeleers Goele
    Leuven, Belgium

    HOME I/O and FACTORY I/O: a virtual house and a virtual plant for control education
    Riera Bernard; Vigário Bruno
    Reims, France and Porto, Portugal

    A Khepera IV library for robotic control education using V-REP
    Farias Gonzalo; Fabregas Acosta Ernesto; Peralta Emmanuel; Torres E.; Dormido Sebastián
    Valparaíso, Chile and Madrid, Spain

    A demonstrator of an Ethernet based embedded network in space launchers : educational aspects
    Petit Dorine; Georges Jean-Philippe; Divoux Thierry; Regnier Bruno; Miramont Philippe
    Vandœuvre-lès-Nancy and Paris, France
    Keywords: Telecommunication-based automation systems, Remote and distributed control, Spacecraft servicing
    Abstract: The relationships between the French Space Agency (CNES) and the CRAN framework, the CRAN has studied how the Ethernet standardized network may advantageously replace the old MIL-STD-1553B communication bus which is embedded today in the European launchers. Some classical requirements had to be respected, but specific constraints of the spatial field have been also met. Theoretical studies were leaded, and it was expected by the CNES to validate the academic results through real experimentations on which the results should be confirmed. A demonstrator has been designed which has fulfilled its role, but has also induced new unexpected problematics.

    e-Health: Biomedical instrumentation with Arduino
    Puente Santiago T.; Úbeda Andres; Torres Fernando
    Alicante, Spain
    Keywords: Teaching curricula developments for control and other engineers, Control education using laboratory equipment, eHealth
    Abstract: This contribution describes the planning and the development of laboratory activities for an introduction to biomedical system instrumentation, as well as some experiences and results obtained from them. The activities have been applied in the course "Systems and Instruments Foundations", during the academic year 2016-17. This course is scheduled in the second year of the novel Health Information Technology Degree offered by the University of Alicante. Teaching biomedical instrumentation from the point of view of engineering to students that have little medical and engineering background is a complex task. Laboratory practices proposed are presented in this paper, which is based on Arduino and e-Health shield to teach biomedical concepts. A project-based learning methodology is used in the laboratory sessions, where students have to accomplish a project at the end of the semester.

    Modeling and Control of a Radio-Controlled Model Racing Car
    Romijn T.C.J.; Hendrix W.H.A.; Donkers M.C.F.
    Eindhoven, Netherlands

    An open software - open hardware lab of the air levitation system
    Saenz Jacobo; Chacón Jesús; de la Torre Luis; Dormido Sebastián
    Madrid, Spain

    Low cost two-wheels self-balancing robot for control education
    González Cecilia; Alvarado Ignacio; Muñoz de la Peña David
    Sevilla, Spain
    Keywords: Control education using laboratory equipment
    Abstract: This paper presents an experimental, Arduino based, low cost self-balancing robot developed at the University of Seville for control education. The main idea is that the students can learn electronics, computer programming, modeling, control and signal processing by means of the construction and control of this robot. The resulting model is a multivariable unstable nonlinear system with non-minimum phase zero. Experimental results obtained by students of the University of Seville are included to demonstrate possibilities of the prototype.

    Using low-cost open source hardware to control puma 560 motors
    Reguera Perfecto; Alonso Castro Serafín; Domínguez Manuel; Prada M. A.; Morán A.; Fuertes J. J.
    León, Spain

    A Platform for Experimental Education of Control Science
    Turnwald Alen; Garcia Rosas Francisco Javier; Martynova Dina; Lin Zhijie; Liu Steven
    Kaiserslautern, Germany

    A teaching experimental system for defect localisation based on frequency analysis in a thermal context
    Perez Laetitia; Vergnaud Alban; Autrique Laurent
    Nantes and Angers, France
    Keywords: Control education using laboratory equipment, Systems Theory
    Abstract: The aim of this paper is to present a newly developed pedagogical demonstrator. It is intended for students which study automated systems and computer engineering). This experimental device can be used as a support to illustrate the course on the identification of systems and more precisely to underline the interest of frequency analysis. It can be obviously implemented as part of a Master's course allowing to deepen concepts specific to signal processing, filtering or even identification and diagnosis. It is mainly concerned with the teaching of information technology and information systems.

    Design and Developement of a Remote Lab for Hands-On Education in Mechatronics and Control Engineering
    Zumsande Johannes; Bosselmann Steffen; Dagen Matthias; Ortmaier T.
    Hanover, Germany