SS 05 - Path Planning and Control of Multi-agent Systems under Anomalous Phenomena

Special Session Organized by

Giuseppe Fedele, University of Calabria, Italy and Giuseppe Franzè, University of Calabria, Italy and Walter Lucia, Concordia Institute for Information Systems Engineering, Canada

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Based on the experience acquired in the Special Session proposal at ETFA 2019, the idea is to deepen the capabilities of multi-agent configurations to accomplish difficult tasks arising in practical scenarios. Control methodologies, robust with respect to unpredictable events such as unreliable communication channels and failures phenomena, should be carefully designed. Therefore the aim of this Session is to collect concepts coming from different research areas in order to investigate multi-disciplinary approaches.

Topics under this session include (but not limited to)

  • Path planning
  • Constrained and coordination control
  • Swarm modeling
  • Autonomous systems
  • Multi-agent control
  • Networked control systems
  • Resilient control
  • Failures/Attacks detection