MIT holds workshop on ‘Machine Learning Concepts for Modelling and Control of Nonlinear Systems’

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Udupi, Jul 2: The division of Science and Technology-Science and Engineering Research Board, authorities of India and Indian Society of Systems for Science and Engineering sponsored 3-day workshop on ‘Machine Learning Concepts for Modelling and Control of Nonlinear Systems’ was inaugurated by Dr Ravindra D Gudi, dean Alumni and Corporate affairs, IIT Mumbai on Jun 27 at MIT Manipal. The occasion was organized by the division of Instrumentation and Control Engineering MIT Manipal from Jun 27 to 29. 

In his inaugural tackle he burdened the relevance of such workshops whrerin researchers can get to know distinction between totally different superior computational methods and crucial points in making use of them.
Also he reiterated primary elementary data understanding is important to work on superior applied sciences. During the three day workshop Dr Ravindra D Gudi, Dr Jagadeeshan Prakash, Dean, MIT Chennai, Annamalai University, Dr Shrinivasa Palanki, Chair, chemical Engineering West Verginia University, Dr Prashant Mhaskar, professor, McMaster University, Dr Papa Rajan, MIT, Chennai have delivered particular talks on current utility of Machine studying ideas to modelling and Control of Batch reactor and identification of hidden states.
In addition, Dr I thirunavukkarasu, Dr Ramakrishna Kini Professors, division of ICE, MIT Manipal and Dr V I George, retired professor, MIT Manipal delivered a number of extra particular lectures on the related theme.
The workshop was attended by greater than 50 individuals from throughout India together with scientists from ISRO. Dr Anil Rana director MIT, Dr Somashekar Bhat, joint director MIT and Dr Shreesha Chokkadi, professor and head of the division Instrumentation and  Control had been current and spoke on significance of understanding and updating with superior methods of computation to reinforce educating and analysis.
Bipin Krishna was the co-convener of the occasion.


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