Bialystok University of Technology (BUT) is a public institution of higher education subordinate to the Polish Minister of Science and Higher Education. Located in Bialystok BUT is the largest technical university in the north-eastern region of Poland. BUT is a modern, dynamically developing institution with 65-year-old experience in educating scientists and technologists.
Fellows: Prof. Zbigniew Bartosiewicz | Prof. Ewa Pawłuszewicz | Dr. Małgorzata Wyrwas
Slovak University of Technology (STU) in Bratislava is a modern educational and scientific institution. STU is research oriented university. During its existence, the university significantly contributed to development of scientific knowledge, enrichment and utilisation of scientific knowledge for the benefit of mankind. The university pursues research in all the areas in which university education is provided.
The laboratory of digital sciences of Nantes (LS2N) was created in January 2017
by grouping IRCCyN and
LINA to bring together Nantes’
research expertise in computer science and cybernetics to develop digital
sciences, inclusive of other disciplines and taking account of the social challenges involved.
The complexity of the research objects studied there forces to adopt a global
systemic approach in which computer concerns, automatic control, signal and
image processing are interwoven in order to answer the questions asked by open,
interactive, communicating and ubiquitous systems. The laboratory
wants to be an actor in innovation that values these objects with partners in
Situated in the picturesque Ajax Bay of Russky Island (near Vladivostok), the campus of Far Eastern Federal University is a unique project that has no equivalent in Russia. The main goal is to create perfect conditions for learning, scientific research and creative development.
Fellows: Prof. Alexey N. Zhirabok | Dr. Alexey Ye. Shumsky
In Cinvestav (Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del Instituto Politécnico Nacional) carried out research in different areas of science and technology which improve the living standards and promote the development of the country.
Article 7 of the Fundamental Law of Education states that "as academic centers, universities will, in addition to cultivating sophisticated learning and specialist knowledge, be engaged in a profound search for truth and the development of new insight, and will contribute to the development of society by making the results of their endeavors widely available". According to the Fundamental Law, the primary mission of universities is the cultivation of human resources through the "dissemination of knowledge".
The automatic control research at Supélec (École supérieure d'électricité) involves 33 teacher-researchers (including 16 accredited to supervise research), 55 PhD and postdoctoral students. The activity of the three teams covers much of the thematic fields. However, four research themes emerge as strong points: “Robust control”, “'Non-linear Control”, “Predictive control” and “Modeling and control of hybrid systems”. Convex optimizations and control of hybrid or non-linear uncertain systems under constraints and subject to disturbances are at the heart of the research problem. A particular attention is devoted to the robustness towards the uncertainties of embedded non linear systems.