The conference program will include Technical Workshops & Tutorials on Saturday, October 20.
The workshops and tutorials of this year will be specially interesting to those who want to learn about the latest trends and subjects.

Registration Process: Log in and then go to Mypage > ‘Tutorial & Technical Tour’ menu

Registration Deadline: September 30, 2018

Tutorial 1 Introduction to Robot Operating System (ROS)
Time & Place 9:00~12:00 (October 20), TBD
Organizer Dr. Yoonseok Pyo
Fee Free
Presenatation Korean
Program Session 1 (1h): Introduction to Robot Operating System (ROS)
– What is Robot Operating System
– ROS tools: command-line, GUI, simulatorSession 2 (1h): Important Concepts of ROS
– ROS message communication
– ROS message, topic, service, actionSession 3 (1h): Mobile Robot and Manipulator using ROS
– SLAM & Navigation with TurtleBot3
– OpenManipulator simulation using MoveIt! and Gazeb

※ If there are low participants, the workshop or tutorial will be cancelled.

Tutorial 2 Tutorial on Theory of Disturbance Observer: Understanding Fundamental Principles and Recent Advances
Time & Place 9:00~12:00 (October 20), TBD
Organizer Dr. Gyunghoon Park (Seoul National University)
Fee Student 60,000 Won / Regular 100,000 Won
Presentation English
Program PART 0: Overview of Tutorial

PART 1: Understanding the Principles of Disturbance Observers in State Space
– Prerequisites
– State space analysis of DOB: Stability and performance
– Understanding the dynamical behavior of DOB under large bandwidth of Q-filters
– System extensions
– Recovery of transient nominal performance

PART 2: Re-interpretation of Stability Analysis in Frequency Domain
– Prerequisites
– Re-interpretation of stability analysis
– Stability analysis under unmodeled dynamics
– A short comparison with small gain theorem-based results

PART 3: Design and Refinements
– Basic guidelines
– Embedding internal model into DOB structure
– A short introduction to DO-DAT: A MATLAB toolbox
– Attenuation of measurement noise
– Alternative solution for non-minimum phase systems

PART 4: A Closer Look at Discrete-time Disturbance Observers in Sampled-data Framework
– Prerequisites
– Introduction: Sampling process may hamper the stability of discrete-time DOB
– Stability analysis of discrete-time DOB in state space
– Generalization of the result in frequency domain
– Lessons and remarks

PART 5: Conclusion

※ If there are low participants, the workshop or tutorial will be cancelled.