September 9 - 10, 2022

Controlling Complexity:
From Nonlinear Systems To Complex Networks And Beyond

Ischia, Museo Diocesano, Sala San Giovanni Paolo II

September 9 - 10, 2022


Friday, September 9

14:00-14:30 Registration of the participants and opening session
14:30-16:00 First session of invited contributions
Speakers: Blanchini, Corless, and Zampieri.
16:00-16:30 Coffee break
16:30-18:00 Second session of invited contributions
Speakers: Borrelli, Colaneri, and Fortuna.
18:00-18:30 Talk by Sergio Rinaldi: Dall'Allievo all'Amico.

Saturday, September 10

9:00-10:30 Third session of invited talks
Speakers: Savaresi, Mascolo, and Del Re.
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-13:00 Fourth session of invited talks
Speakers: De Nicolao, Vasca, and Sorrentino.
13:00-13:30 Closing cerimony


Titles of the contributions


Franco Blanchini

Università di Udine

Control methods for structural analysis of networks


Francesco Borrelli

University of California at Berkeley

Controlling Complexity in Nonlinear Systems using Predictions and Data


Patrizio Colaneri

Politecnico di Milano

On the exact solution of the optimal control problem for compartmental systems


Martin J. Corless

Purdue University

Consensus with constraint


Giuseppe De Nicolao

Università di Pavia

From emotional to electoral contagions: experiments and models of opinion manipulation in social networks


Luigi Del Re

Johannes Kepler University Linz

Complexity in mixed traffic environments


Luigi Fortuna

Università di Catania

Non linear Resonance: Shaping, Control and Applications


Saverio Mascolo

Politecnico di Bari

Flow and Congestion Control in the Internet


Sergio Rinaldi

Politecnico di Milano

Dall'allievo all'amico


Sergio Savaresi

Politecnico di Milano

Autonomous vehicles and their role in the mobility revolution


Francesco Sorrentino

University of New Mexico, USA

Decoupling Optimal Control Problems via Simultaneous Block Diagonalization of Matrices


Francesco Vasca

Università del Sannio

Opinion dynamics: intriguing insights and theoretical challenges


Sandro Zampieri

Università di Padova

Control Energy Exponents for Large-Scale Systems