Demonstrators Session

Wednesday, July 15, 16:00-17:30

A total of 27 works on demonstators have been accepted for the IFAC World Congress, including 17 demonstrator papers, 7 demonstrator late breaking results, and 6 demonstrator extended abstracts. They cover a wide range of interesting topics spanning over novel, interactive teaching approaches, tools and technological proofs of concepts from the areas of autonomous vehicles, process control, and many more!

Due to the World Congress being virtual this year, participants will not be able to see the demonstrators in Berlin. Instead, the IFAC World Congress will include a live demonstrator session where most works will be presented via video. This includes live demonstrations and of course the possibility for all participants to ask questions and discuss the demonstrators with the authors. The session will take place on Wednesday, July 15, at 16:00-17:30.

The contributions are:

  • A First Step towards an Autonomously Driving E-Scooter
  • A Master Course on Automatic Control Based on the Use of Online Labs
  • A Portable and Affordable Networked Temperature Distribution Control Platform for Education and Research
  • A Proposal to Introduce Digitalization Technologies within the Automation Learning Process
  • A Spatiotemporal Digital Twin Framework for Process Monitoring and Data Analytics in Fused Deposition Modeling Based Additive Manufacturing
  • A Study on New Trends in Systems Modeling Based on 850 Students' Interest
  • Aerodynamic Levitation of a Ball in a Tube - a Multivariable Experiment Setup
  • COnCUR - COherence in CURricula: A Tool to Assess, Analyze and Visualize Coherence in Higher Education Curricula
  • Control Systems Engineering Made Easy: Motivating Students through Experimentation on UAVs
  • Experience Feedback and Innovative Pedagogical Applications with HOME I/O
  • Hands-On Quadcopter Education at All Levels
  • HOME I/O and FACTORY I/O: 2 Digital Twins for Control Education 4.0
  • Hy2Green: Remote Laboratory of Hydrogen Technologies As an E-Learning Tool for Training New Professionals Adapted to the New European Energy Model
  • Industry 4.0: Introduction to the Continuous Improvement of an Industrial Process for Master's Students
  • Introducing Digital Controllers to Undergraduate Students Using the TCLab Arduino Kit
  • Low Cost Two-Wheels Self-Balancing Robot for Control Education Powered by Stepper Motors
  • Mixed-Reality Testing of Multi-Vehicle Coordination in an Automated Valet Parking Environment
  • Modeling and Control of a Tetrahedron-Shaped Inverted Pendulum with Torque-Actuation
  • On Chip Rapid Control Prototyping for Education
  • Realizing a Demonstrator for the Autonomous Exploration of a Parking Lot
  • Setup and Control of a Two-Stage Turbocharged Gasoline Engine with Low Pressure EGR in a Prototype Vehicle
  • Smart Grid Research and Educational Kit to Enable the Control of Power Electronic-Based Systems from Simulations to Experiments in Hours
  • The Augmented Reality Sandbox Makes Optimization Visible
  • The ClujUAV Student Competition: A Corridor Navigation Challenge with Autonomous Drones
  • The Control of Holographic 3D Towercopter Model
  • Using Hamiltonian Markov Chain Monte Carlo Simulations for Bayesian Analysis of the Information Content of Highly Non-Linear Sensors with Sign Reversal
  • Using Interactive Tools to Facilitate Student Self-Testing of Dynamics and PI Compensation