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Electron beam stabilisation for a synchrotron: An example of the control of spatio-temporal systems

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This talk will describe a range of systems whose properties vary with both location as well as time. The challenge of designing controllers for these systems will be illustrated by describing the implementation of a system for controlling the position of the electron beam for Diamond Light source, the UK’s national synchrotron facility. The resulting controller is a large scale multi-input, multi-output system which is updated at 10kHz. The importance of considering the system in terms of its spatial frequency response as well as its dynamic response will emphasised.

This talk is part of the CUED Control Group Seminars series.

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