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HST S56
Special Subject: Introduction to Closed-Loop Control of Physiological Systems

Term: IAP

Course Director(s): Emery N. Brown
Time:
1/14, 1/16, 1/17, 1/18; 10am-4pm
Location:
MIT: 56-154
Prerequisite:
Permission of Instructor
Restrictions:
Enrollment limited, priority to for credit students
MIT Units:
1-1-1 (P/D/F)
Harvard Units:
N/A
The primary goals of this course are to highlight the basic techniques employed in control theory and system analysis, and to give students an appreciation of how these principles can be applied to manipulate physiological systems to achieve a desired response. Topics covered include: construction and analysis of physiological models, PID control and tuning, optimal control using LQR, Kalman filter, LQG control, implementation and regulatory issues, extensions to robust, adaptive, and nonlinear control

Course Instructors: Jingzhi An, Sourish Chakravarty, John Abel, Gladia Hotan, Ayan Waite

Sign-up for course: https://bit.ly/2J6veSl

Questions: hsts56-info@mit.edu