Paul Stewart – selected invited seminars

  • Model reference control of multivariable systems with hard saturation limits – a case study” Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering, University of Sheffield, Oct 2002.
  • Metamodels for real-time control – an automotive drivetrain design study.” Department of Mathematics Operational Research Group, University of Southampton, February 2003.
  • November 2003 (14 day) Royal Society funded lecture tour of Taiwan Universities and research centres – “Power System design by multiobjective methodologies for Electric Vehicles
  • Multiobjective evolutionary optimisation and contemporary control” University of Nottingham Department of Computer Science, June 2004.
  • FABIAN Network, Wednesday 27th April 2005 at MIRA, Nuneaton. Latest Developments in UK Fuel Cell and Hybrid Electric Technology, and Examples of Vehicle Applications:  “A four stroke free-piston energy converter
  • Multiobjective optimisation for engineering applications” IEEE colloquium on optimisation for control. 24th April 2006, Sheffield AC&SE
  • Automotive control by wire optimisation using evolutionary multiobjective techniques” Applied Control Technology Consortium (University of Strathclyde). National Instruments, Newbury, 3rd May 2007.
  • Multiobjective augmented flight controller design for an F16 Aircraft.”, Plenary Lecture: 6th International Congress of Mechatronics Engineering, Monterrey, Mexico, April 9th-12th 2008
  • Search Methodologies in automotive control applications” IMechE Symposium on Control and Modelling in Automotive Systems, UKACC Control 2008 conference, Manchester/Salford University, 3rd September 2008.
  • Automotive Power Electronics’, Seminar: Electronics Yorkshire and Innovative Electronics Manufacturing Research Centre, 14th May 2009.
  • Electrical Storm – Novel Hybrid Electric Vehicle R&D’, Seminar: IMechE/Lotus Engineering Ltd. Hethel Engineering Centre, Norwich. ‘Integrating Technologies for Low Carbon’, 29th September 2009
  • ‘Optimising The System – Challenges in More Electric Aircraft Power System Simulation’, Seminar: IMechE Aerospace Division, IET Austin Court Birmingham, ‘Energy and Optimisation’10th November 2009
  • Advanced control methodologies for the series hybrid electric vehicle’ 2010 Advanced Engine Control Symposium, State Key Engine Laboratories, Tianjin, P.R. China, 3-5 November 2010.
  • Bio:Eng Bridging the gaps between engineering and biology’ ICMAT2011 26th June-July 1st 2011. Symposium AA: Frontiers in Optical Bio-imaging and Microscopy” Suntec, Singapore.
  • Airports and the Environment’ Aerospace, Aeronautics and Defence Knowledge Transfer Network (AAD-KTN), Magna Conference Centre, Rotherham, UK. 20-21 September 2011
  • MAAT – Multibody Advanced Airship for Transportation’  Airship Association and Royal Aeronautical Society Symposium, Imperial College London, 1st December 2011.
  • Energy Recovery from Landing aircraft’ Royal Aeronautical Society, University of Sheffield October 2012.
  • ‘In Control: Power and Energy Research’, Department of Engineering, University of Lancaster UK, December 2012.
  • ‘The MAAT Airship Sustainable Energy System’  Airship Workshop at: AERO Friedrichshafen, Germany, 26th April 2013