Automatic control course introduces the basic concepts and properties of dynamical systems in physics, engineering, biology, economics, robotics and informatics. It explains how to use feedback to modify a system behavior and cancel the effect of uncertainty. The course involves classical as well as modern methods of analysis and design of automatic control systems. Students of the control program will learn basic knowledge required later by other advanced courses. Students of other disciplines and programs will find out, that control as a field is inspiring, ubiquitous and entertaining and it is worth cooperation in the future.
The course is taught by Tomas Hanis (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Martin Hromčík (email@example.com).
Exercises are led by Daniel Wagner (firstname.lastname@example.org).