Upon successful completion of this subject, students will be able to:
1. Have a systematic understanding of the key concepts and aspects of system identification, nonlinearity analysis and controller design through the different control methods: Smith predictor, optimal control in both the continuous and discrete domain.
2. Have adequate knowledge of your engineering branch that includes some knowledge at the forefront of your field in control engineering.
3. Apply their knowledge and understanding of control engineering to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems using established methods for the identification of systems and their optimal control.
4. Apply their knowledge to develop and carry out optimal controller designs that meet specific requirements.
5. Have an understanding of the different driver design methods and the ability to use them.
6. Have technical and laboratory skills to implement discrete control systems on real platforms.
7. Select and use appropriate equipment, tools and methods for the design and implementation of discrete controllers.
8. Combine theory and practice to solve driver design and implementation problems.
9. Have an understanding of methods and techniques applicable in the field of control engineering and their limitations.