Digitally networked dynamical systems: Performance and robustness analysis


The project aim is to advance mathematical and computational tools for analyzing collections of dynamical systems that interact with each other by the digital exchange of information. The significance of this aim stems from the emergence and growing complexity and scale of such cyber-physical networks in diverse domains, including agriculture, manufacturing, transport, and infrastructure management. The expected outcomes will broaden the scope for exploring achievable performance in the design and deployment of systems that leverage networked interaction for operational gains. Beyond the technical advances, benefits will include sustaining Australia's strong reputation in systems engineering research and researcher training in this area.


Prof Michael Cantoni, Dr. Ye Pu, and  Prof Chung-Yao Kao (National Sun Yat-Sen University)



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