Focused Track 1

Focused Track 1:
Network and Multi-agent Systems

This is one of the three Focused Tracks of ICCAS 2020, and plays the role of the 1st International Joint Symposium on Network and Multi-agent Systems, and Control. This track covers the following topics:

  • Network systems and analysis
  • Multi-agent systems and analysis
  • Network control
  • Multi-agent control
  • Applications in smart power network, water irrigation network, traffic network, data and information processing, and social network
  • Applications in multiple unmanned vehicles

Track Chair

Hyo-Sung Ahn, GIST, Korea

Related Plenary Speaker

Francesco Bullo, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA

Invited Speakers

  1. Zhiyun Lin, Hangzhou Dianzi University, China
  2. Zhongkui Li, Peking University, China
  3. Shiyu Zhao, Westlake University, China
  4. Ronghao Zheng, Zhejiang University, China
  5. Fei Chen, Northeast University, China
  6. Kazunori Sakurama, Kyoto University, Japan
  7. Takeshi Hatanaka, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
  8. Hideaki Ishii, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
  9. Toru Namerikawa, Keio University, Japan
  10. Masaaki Nagahara, University of Kitakyushu, Japan
  11. Shun-ichi Azuma, Nagoya University, Japan
  12. Hyungbo Shim, Seoul National University, Korea
  13. Hyo-Sung Ahn, GIST, Korea
  14. Dongjun Lee, Seoul National University, Korea
  15. Hyoun Jin Kim, Seoul National University, Korea
  16. Han-Lim Choi, KAIST, Korea
  17. Guoqiang Hu, NTU, Singapore
  18. Lu Liu, City University Of Hong Kong, Hong Kong


Oct. 15 (Thursday)

Plenary Speech on 9:10~10:10 (Auditorium 1)

First session (Room 5):

TA5.1 10:30~10:45 Distance-Based Formation Tracking with Unknown Bounded Reference Velocities Dung Vu (Hanoi University of Science and Technology); Minh Hoang Trinh (Hanoi University of Science and Technology)*; Hyo-Sung Ahn (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology)
TA5.2 10:45~11:00 An Overview of Biological Data Based Studies of Bird Flocking Shiyu Zhao (Westlake University)*
TA5.3 11:00~11:15 Distributed average tracking in multi-agent systems Fei Chen (Northeastern University)*
TA5.4 11:15~11:30 On Architectural Analogy between ADMM and Bilateral Teleoperation혻 Takeshi Hatanaka (Tokyo Institute of Technology)*
TA5.5 11:30~11:45 Improved bounds on the stability margin of dynamical networks Vahid Hamdipoor (Gyeongsang National University)*; Yoonsoo Kim (Gyeongsang National University)
TA5.6 11:45~12:00 Distributed control of ring-coupled unicycles: From cyclic pursuit to target enclosing Ronghao Zheng (Zhejiang University)*

Second session (Room 5):

TB5.1 13:20~13:35 Mathematical Properties of Maximum Hands-off Control Masaaki Nagahara (The Univ. of Kitakyushu)*
TB5.2 13:35~13:50 Distributed Computation of Median혻 Hyungbo Shim (Seoul National University)*
TB5.3 13:50~14:05 Structural Stability Analysis of Boolean Networks혻 Shun-ichi Azuma (Nagoya University)*
TB5.4 14:05~14:20 Formation Control of Multi-Agent Systems with Relative Measurements through Group and Graph Theoretic Approach혻 Kazunori Sakurama (Kyoto University)*
TB5.5 14:20~14:35 Synchronization of nonlinear multi-agent systems via exact feedback linearization혻 Branislav Rehak (Department of Control Theory, The Czech Academy of Sciences, Institute of Information Theory and Automation)*; Volodymyr Lynnyk (Department of Control Theory, The Czech Academy of Sciences, Institute of Information Theory and Automation)
TB5.6 14:35~14:50 Output Consensus of Linear Multi-Agent Systems via Event-Triggered Control Lu Liu (City University of Hong Kong)

Third session (Room 5):

TC5.1 16:30~16:50 Robust Motion Control of Robotic Systems with Environmental Interaction via Data-Driven Inversion of CPG혻 Sangyul Park (Samsung Electronics); Hasun Lee (Seoul National University); Dongjun Lee (Seoul National University)*
TC5.2 16:50~17:10 Multi-UAV Routing with Priority using Mixed Integer Linear Programming혻 Youkyung Hong (ETRI)*; Sunggoo Jung (ETRI); Suseong Kim (ETRI); Jihun Cha (ETRI)
TC5.3 17:10~17:30 Controllers for flight in a string-type geometry and string stability in a group of UAVs with kinematic and input generator dynamic models혻 Amit Ailon (Ben Gurion University of the Negev)*; Shai Arogeti (Ben Gurion University of the Negev)
TC5.4 17:30~17:50 Grid Computing for MSE during Volatile Economy혻 P.S. JosephNg (UCSI University)*; Y.F. Loh (UCSI University); H.C. Eaw (UCSI University)