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Amin Rezaeizadeh is a finalist in the ECC-2015 Student Competition

Amin Rezaeizadeh's paper, "An adaptive iterative learning control scheme for reducing CO2 emissions in gasoline engines," was selected as a finalist in the ECC-2015 Student Competition. The competition was to provide an optimal trajectory for an automotive engine control problem. The problem and the simulation code was developed by Toyota. The students' code and their papers were tested and reviewed by engineers at several automotive companies as well as by academic researchers in the automotive area. 90 teams participated; 7 finalists were selected.


Jul 15, 2015   
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