CONTROLLING COMPLEXITY: FROM NONLINEAR SYSTEMS TO COMPLEX NETWORKS AND BEYOND

Ischia
September 9 - 10, 2022
 


Controlling Complexity:
From Nonlinear Systems To Complex Networks And Beyond

Ischia, Museo Diocesano, Sala San Giovanni Paolo II

September 9 - 10, 2022

Organized by
and co-sponsored by

 

AIM AND SCOPE

The International Workshop Controlling Complexity aims at bringing together researchers from the fields of nonlinear systems and control, optimization, and complex networks to celebrate the 70th birthday of Franco Garofalo who started the research group on nonlinear systems and complex networks at the University of Naples Federico II with a group of students and colleagues who are now established researchers in Italy and abroad. The workshop will gather scholars from the Control Community to share their views and perspectives on the emerging challenges in the analysis, design and control of complex systems. We welcome the participation of young researchers and PhD students.

The workshop is co-sponsored by the University of Naples Federico II and the University of Sannio.


 
CHAIRS INVITED SPEAKERS (TBC)
Mario Di Bernardo, Università di Napoli Federico II
Luigi Glielmo, Università del Sannio, Benevento
 
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Anna Di Meglio, Pietro De Lellis, Francesco Lo Iudice, Davide Fiore, Università di Napoli Federico II
Fabio Della Rossa SICC secreteriat
Franco Blanchini, Università di Udine
Francesco Borrelli, University of California at Berkeley
Patrizio Colaneri, Politecnico di Milano
Martin J. Corless, Purdue University
Giuseppe De Nicolao, Università di Pavia
Luigi Del Re, Johannes Kepler University Linz
Luigi Fortuna, Università di Catania
Saverio Mascolo, Politecnico di Bari
Thomas Parisini, Imperial college London/Uni Trieste
Sergio Rinaldi, Politecnico di Milano
Sergio Savaresi, Politecnico di Milano
Francesco Sorrentino, University of New Mexico, USA
Francesco Vasca, Università del Sannio
Sandro Zampieri, Università di Padova