Communications and Signal Processing Seminar

Feedback Control and Information

Richard H. MiddletonFeedback Control and InformationHamilton Institute Maynooth Co. Ireland

There has been much recent interest in the relationship between Feedback Control and Information content. In this talk I will present this from a feedback control perspective, and look at some of the motivations for this, together with some of the results currently available.

Richard H. Middleton (S’84–M’86–SM’94–F’99) was born in 1961 in Newcastle, Australia. He received the Ph.D. degree in 1987 from the University of Newcastle. He is currently a Research Professor with the The Hamilton Institute National University of Ireland Maynooth Co Kildare, Ireland He is also a Senior Research Associate with the ARC Centre for Complex Dynamic Systems and Control. He is a Fellow of IEEE, has served as an associate editor of the IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, and on Control System Technology; and Automatica, and is currently Vice President (Conference Activities) of the IEEE Control System Society. His research interests include a broad range of Control Systems Theory and Applications.

Sponsored by

Jim Freudenberg