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(Talk) Luca Scardovi, TUM - Analysis and Control of Synchronization in Nonlinear Interconnected Systems

Synchronization is the science of order in time and studies the ways rhythms become spontaneously organized. It is ubiquitous in nature and in engineering applications: groups of fireflies, neurons or pacemaker cells synchronize spontaneously; fish move in formations to escape predators and improve foraging; robots can coordinate to accomplish tasks more efficiently.

(Talk) Sandro Zampieri, Consensus based distributed estimation algorithms and their performance analysis