Imperial College London

DrMihailoRistic

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Mechanical Engineering

Senior Lecturer
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 7048m.ristic Website

 
 
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Location

 

716City and Guilds BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Course/Module

Tutor, Design. (Undergraduate)

Tutor, Mechatronics. (Undergraduate)

Advanced Control - MECH97062

Aims

The principal aim of the course is to give students understanding and working knowledge of modelling, analysis and design methods in relation to continuous and discrete control systems. Introduction to state variable analysis is also provided. It is assumed that the students have some knowledge of classical control theory, including frequency response methods and complex frequency methods. A level of understanding of linear algebra is also assumed. Part of the timetabled lecture periods is dedicated to solving the tutorial examples with the aim of highlighting the more subtle aspects of the material presented in the lectures.

ECTS units:  7   
Contributing to Course Elements: 7 to ME4-mLCTVS Electives

Role

Course Leader

Advanced Control - MECH97082

Aims

The principal aim of the course is to give students understanding and working knowledge of modelling, analysis and design methods in relation to continuous and discrete control systems. Introduction to state variable analysis is also provided. It is assumed that the students have some knowledge of classical control theory, including frequency response methods and complex frequency methods. A level of understanding of linear algebra is also assumed. Part of the timetabled lecture periods is dedicated to solving the tutorial examples with the aim of highlighting the more subtle aspects of the material presented in the lectures.

ECTS units:  5

Role

Course Leader

Advanced Control (PG) - MECH97002

Aims

The principal aim of the course is to give students understanding and working knowledge of modelling, analysis and design methods in relation to continuous and discrete control systems. Introduction to state variable analysis is also provided. It is assumed that the students have some knowledge of classical control theory, including frequency response methods and complex frequency methods. A level of understanding of linear algebra is also assumed. Part of the timetabled lecture periods is dedicated to solving the tutorial examples with the aim of highlighting the more subtle aspects of the material presented in the lectures.

ECTS units:  7   
Contributing to Course Elements: 7 to ME4-mLCTVS Electives

Role

Course Leader

Mechatronics 3 - MECH96043

Aims

This module is a continuation of the ME1 and ME2 modules in Mechatronics. The first term focuses on further concepts of Control Theory, following the introductory part taught in ME2 course. In the second term advanced electronic components are introduced, which are not taught in ME1 and ME2 courses. These further topics will provide students with a comprehensive knoweldge, theoretical and applied, enough to be able to design and realise a full mechatronic system.

 

Role

Lecturer

Mechatronics 3A - MECH60018

Aims

This module is a continuation of the ME1 and ME2 modules in Mechatronics. The first term focuses on further concepts of Control Theory, following the introductory part taught in ME2 course. In the second term advanced electronic components are introduced, which are not taught in ME1 and ME2 courses. These further topics will provide students with a comprehensive knoweldge, theoretical and applied, enough to be able to design and realise a full mechatronic system.

 

Role

Lecturer