Date: July 26th., 2021
WEEK 4 of 4
Organized by: Tianyuan Mathematical Center in Northeast China and Jilin University China
Title: Control, Machine Learning and Numerics

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Enrique Zuazua
Affiliation: FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

TOPICS OF THE COURSE WEEK 4 (July 26th, 2021)

S12: Turnpike principle (2), Deep Neural and Collective-dynamics (Mon. July 26, 2021)




S12: Turnpike principle (2), Deep Neural and Collective-dynamics (July 26th, 2021)

SCHEDULE of the Course

Watch these recordings by week:

  • Week 1. Fri. July 9, Sat. July 10
  • Week 2. Wed. July 14, Fri. July 16, Sat. July 17
  • Week 3. Mon. July 19, Tue. July 20, Wed. July 21, Thu. July 22, Fri. July 24
  • Week 4. Mon. July 26



S01: Introduction to Control Theory (Fri. July 9, 2021)

S02: Introduction: Calculus of Variations, Controllability and Optimal Design (Sat. July 10, 2021)

S03: Introduction: Optimization and Perpectives (Wed. July 14, 2021)

S04: Finite-dimensional Control Systems (1) (Fri. July 16, 2021)

S05: Finite-dimensional Control Systems (2) and Gradient-descent methods (1) (Sat. July 17, 2021)

S06: Gradient-descent methods (2), Duality algorithms, and Controllability (1) (Mon. July 19, 2021)

S07: Controllability (2) (Tue. July 20, 2021)

S08: Neural transport equations and infinite-dimensional control systems (Wed. July 21, 2021)

S09: Wave equation control systems (Thu. July 22, 2021)

S10: Momentum Neural ODE and Wave equation with viscous damping (Fri. July 23, 2021)

S11: Heat and wave equations: Control systems and Turnpike principle (1) (Sat. July 24, 2021)

S12: Turnpike principle (2), Deep Neural and Collective-dynamics (Mon. July 26, 2021)

Watch all sessions and slides of this course

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