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Control Systems Events 2014        

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ISTE Main Workshop on “Control Systems”


Organized by IIT Kharagpur/Bombay


Under the


National Mission on Education through ICT


(MHRD, Govt. of India)


2nd to 12th December 2014


Dronacharya College of Engineering, Greater Noida (RC-1316)


ISTE MAIN WORKSHOP on “Control Systems” at Dronacharya College of Engineering, Greater Noida (RC-1316) was conducted  by Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur in association with Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay from 2nd to 12th December 2014. It was conducted under the aegis of National Mission on Education through ICT (NMEICT) at various Remote Centres. The objective of the workshop was to equip the faculty members of NCR region engineering colleges with the knowledge of Control systems. The workshop at the remote centre Dronacharya College of Engineering, Remote Centre ID: 1316 was coordinated by the Remote Centre Coordinator Prof. Ashwani Kumar (Dept. of ME, DGI, Greater Noida) and Workshop Coordinator Mr. Raj Ranjan Prasad (Assistant Professor, Dept. of ECE, DGI, Greater Noida) in which 18 faculties from DGI, Greater Noida and other engineering colleges were participated.


 The workshop was inaugurated on 2nd December, 2014 at 9:00 AM by Prof. S. Bhattacharya, (IIT Kharagpur), Prof. Raja Datta (Principal Investigator ‘T10KT’ NMEICT, IIT Kharagpur), Prof. Siddhartha Mukhopadhyay (Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Kharagpur), Prof. Tapan Kumar Ghoshal (Department of Electrical Engineering, Jadavpur University, Kolkata) and Prof. Biswas (IIT, Kharagpur). They welcomed all the participants of various remote centres in which more than 9000 faculties participated and emphasized on the importance of Control Systems and also shared the advantages of this workshop. The expert lectures by the stalwart were transmitted live and received at more than 240 remote centres across the country.


 Prof. Siddhartha Mukhopadhyay, in the opening session, explained the course objective of the workshop. In his very first lecture on Basic Concepts of Control, he briefed about the common practical control systems including its components, qualitative state and its constraints.


Prof. Mukhopadhyay discussed the “Concept of Control Systems” giving practical exposure to our day to day life like setting the speed of a fan, temperature of car, heating food in microwave oven, washing clothes using washing machines etc.


Prof. Tapan Kumar Ghoshalexplained open and closed control systems and discussed how system output is generated based on inputs.


Following contents were covered by experts during the workshop:


By Prof. Siddhartha Mukhopadhyay

By Prof. Tapan Kumar Ghoshal

1.     Basic Concepts of Control
2.     Time response of Linear Systems
3.      Building System Models
4.      Stability of Dynamical Systems
5.     Stability -Routh Hurwitz Criterion
6.      Root Locus
7.     Controllability, Observability & Internal Stability
8.      Control Design- Pole-placement with IO Model
9.    Control Design- Internal Model Principle
10.     Control Design- Root Locus Approach
11.      Control Design- Loop Structures
12.     Control Realization
13.      Design Case Study

1.     Modelling of Dynamical Systems
2.      Approximate Modeling of Practical Systems
3.    Frequency Response
4.     Stability - Frequency Domain Criteria
5.      Control Design – Specifications and Constraints
6.    Control Design –  PID Control
7.    Control Design – Frequency Domain Approach
8.    Control Design –State Feedback
9.      Design Case Study



During the workshop participants appeared for two quizzes which were held on 6th & 11th December respectively and secured good marks.


The workshop came to an end on 12th December 2014 with a valedictory session by Prof. Raja Datta (Principal Investigator, IIT Kharagpur. Hecongratulated all the participants and his team members for making the workshop successful. He also sought feedback of the workshop from the participants.


All the remote centre coordinators thanked him for organizing such a knowledgeable workshop and gave their feedback and suggestions.


Provisional certificates were presented by Prof. B. L. Kaul (Registrar, DGI, Greater Noida) to all the participants of DGI, Greater Noida remote centre.








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