Matteo Rubagotti
Matteo Rubagotti
Associate Professor, Department of Robotics and Mechatronics, Nazarbayev University
Verified email at nu.edu.kz - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Integral sliding mode control for nonlinear systems with matched and unmatched perturbations
M Rubagotti, A Estrada, F Castanos, A Ferrara, L Fridman
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control 56 (11), 2699-2704, 2011
1762011
Robust model predictive control with integral sliding mode in continuous-time sampled-data nonlinear systems
M Rubagotti, DM Raimondo, A Ferrara, L Magni
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control 56 (3), 556-570, 2011
1132011
A sub-optimal second order sliding mode controller for systems with saturating actuators
A Ferrara, M Rubagotti
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control 54 (5), 1082-1087, 2009
652009
Second-order sliding-mode control of a mobile robot based on a harmonic potential field
A Ferrara, M Rubagotti
IET Control Theory & Applications 2 (9), 807-818, 2008
482008
Sliding Mode Control of Constrained Nonlinear Systems
GP Incremona, M Rubagotti, A Ferrara
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control 62 (6), 2965–2972, 2017
452017
Stabilizing linear model predictive control under inexact numerical optimization
M Rubagotti, P Patrinos, A Bemporad
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control 69 (5), 1660-1666, 2014
392014
Sliding mode control of a mobile robot for dynamic obstacle avoidance based on a time-varying harmonic potential field
A Ferrara, M Rubagotti
ICRA Workshop: Planning, Perception and Navigation for Intelligent Vehicles, 2007
382007
Closed-Loop Control of Variable Stiffness Actuated Robots via Nonlinear Model Predictive Control
A Zhakatayev, M Rubagotti, HA Varol
IEEE Access 3, 235-248, 2015
332015
Second order sliding mode control of a perturbed double integrator with state constraints
M Rubagotti, A Ferrara
American Control Conference, 2010
312010
Time-optimal sliding-mode control of a mobile robot in a dynamic environment
M Rubagotti, ML Della Vedova, A Ferrara
IET Control Theory & Applications 5 (16), 1916-1924, 2011
292011
Optimal energy management of a small-size building via hybrid model predictive control
A Khakimova, A Kusatayeva, A Shamshimova, D Sharipova, A Bemporad, ...
Energy and Buildings 140, 1-8, 2017
282017
Diagnosis and prognosis of automotive systems: motivations, history and some results
G Rizzoni, S Onori, M Rubagotti
IFAC Symposium on Fault Detection, Supervision and Safety of Technical Processes, 2009
262009
High-speed piecewise affine virtual sensors
T Poggi, M Rubagotti, A Bemporad, M Storace
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics 59 (2), 1228-1237, 2012
202012
Multirate sliding mode disturbance compensation for model predictive control
DM Raimondo, M Rubagotti, CN Jones, L Magni, A Ferrara, M Morari
International Journal of Robust and Nonlinear Control 25 (16), 2984–3003, 2015
182015
Sliding mode observers for sensorless control of current-fed induction motors
D Bullo, A Ferrara, M Rubagotti
American Control Conference (ACC), 2011
172011
Stability and invariance analysis of uncertain discrete-time piecewise affine systems
M Rubagotti, S Trimboli, A Bemporad
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control 58 (9), 2359-2365, 2013
162013
MOBY-DIC: A MATLAB toolbox for circuit-oriented design of explicit MPC
A Oliveri, D Barcelli, A Bemporad, B Genuit, M Heemels, T Poggi, ...
IFAC Conference on Nonlinear Model Predictive Control, 2012
162012
Numerical Optimal Control of a Spherical Parallel Manipulator Based on Unique Kinematic Solutions
A Shintemirov, A Niyetkaliyev, M Rubagotti
IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics 21 (1), 98-109, 2016
142016
Optimal disturbance rejection via integral sliding mode control for uncertain systems in regular form
M Rubagotti, A Estrada, F Castanos, A Ferrara, L Fridman
International Workshop on Variable Structure Systems, 2010
142010
Robust model predictive control of continuous-time sampled-data nonlinear systems with integral sliding mode
M Rubagotti, DM Raimondo, A Ferrara, L Magni
European Control Conference, 2009
142009
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