CodeMe - Computer-Aided Design Methods for Industrial Automation

CodeMe is a research project granted by the Danish Council for Independent Research | Technology and Production Sciences. The objective of the CodeMe project is to establish theoretical foundations for analysis and control of non-linear systems, and in particular to develop a scalable numerical method for the generation of certificates of positivity. The findings of this project will be verified in the engineering practice by developing a controller design tool, and applying it to industrial case studies.

Project Participants

The project comprises two academic partners and three industrial partners

Aalborg University

  • Rafael Wisniewski (PI)

  • Tobias Leth

  • Christoffer Sloth

Université de Rennes 1

  • Prof. Marie-Françise Roy

Danfoss

  • Roozbeh Izadi Zamanabadi

Grundfos

  • Carsten Skovmose Kallesøe

Vestas