Program: Workshop about friction, 14 November - Atlas Copco
07.00 Bus departure from Zenit, Mäster Mattias väg, Campus Valla, Linköpings universitet.
Some examples of friction-related activities within Atlas Copco:
10.00 Modeling of Threaded Fastener Joints - The Importance of Friction in Dynamic Modeling, Nils Dressler, Atlas Copco Industrial Technique
10.20 Friction in threaded fasteners: Influence of materials and tooling, Mayank Kumar, Atlas Copco Industrial Technique
10.40 Modeling of a ball contact with a coated plate, Mohammadreza Saeedi, Atlas Copco Industrial Technique
11.00 Lab tour
13:00 Frictions and Lubrication Regimes- the lubricant designers thinking tools, Thomas Norrby, Nynas AB.
Examples of friction-related activities within other LINK-SIC partners:
13.30 Lars Eriksson, LiU
13.50 A Learning Approach for Feed-Forward Friction Compensation, Svante Gunnarsson, LiU
14.10 Patrick Rohlmann, Scania
14.30 Coffee and discussion
Program: 15 November – Atlas Copco07.30 Bus departure from Zenit, Mäster Mattias väg, Campus Valla, Linköpings universitet.
10.30 LINK-SIC update, Svante Gunnarsson
10.40 Company presentations from Atlas Copco and Scania
12.00 Poster teasers
12.15 Lunch and Poster Session
13.40 Ongoing PhD projects.
- Identification of Nonlinear Marine Systems, Fredrik Ljungberg
- Optimal control of cranes subject to container height constraints, Filipe Barbosa
14.20 Dynamic Time Scan Forecasting for renewable energy prediction, Marcelo Azevedo Costa, UFMG, Brazil
15.20 R&D @ABB: Industrial transformation’s new imperative, digitalization and sustainability, Shiva Sander-Tavallaey, ABB
15:50 Atlas Copco´s work around diversity and inclusion, Johan Aaro, Atlas Copco Industrial Technique
16.30 Transport to Södertälje
Program: 16 November - Scania
– Discussions about collaborations after year six + Time for ISAB
– Discussion and feedback from ISAB
– LINK-SIC Board Meeting
13.00 Guided tours in the production facilities and the Marcus Wallenberg exhibition hall
16.30 Departure to Linköping
Here you find the posters from the LINK-SIC:s Workshop 2022
Time- and energy-optimal control of cranes subject to geometric constraints. (Filipe Barbosa and Johan Löfberg)
Time-Optimal Cooperative Path Tracking for Multi-Robot Systems. (Hamed Haghshenas, Anders Hansson, Mikael Norrlöf)
Automotive Modeling and Model-based Control. (Robin Holmbom)
The ECCV Platform. (Max Johansson, Oskar Lind Jonsson, Robin Holmbom, Lars Eriksson)
Experiment Design for Identification of Marine Vessels. (Fredrik Ljungberg and Martin Enqvist)
Future Treatments for Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus with Emphasis on Technical Devices. (Cajsa Wargren, Celine Heineman, Felicia Skarfors, Frida Löfgren, Lisa Olsson).
Experimental evaluation of a method for improving experiment design in robot identification. (Stefanie A. Zimmermann, Martin Enqvist, Svante Gunnarsson, Stig Moberg, Mikael Norrlöf)
TestC: Unit Test Generation using OpenAI Codex. (Simon Johansson, Victor Löfgren, Alva Ringi and Erik Sköld)