Sebastián Dormido mainly focuses on Java, Control engineering, Multimedia, Distance education and Control theory. His Java research includes themes of Engineering education, Human–computer interaction, Remote control, MATLAB and Server. His Control engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Process control and Process.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Educational technology, The Internet and Automatic control. Sebastián Dormido combines subjects such as Virtual Laboratory, Learning Management, Remote laboratory, Web application and Collaborative learning with his study of Distance education. His work on Linear system, Dynamical system and Equilibrium point as part of general Control theory study is frequently linked to Test facility, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Sebastián Dormido focuses on Control theory, Control engineering, Control system, Control theory and Java. His research in Control theory intersects with topics in Event and Model predictive control. The various areas that Sebastián Dormido examines in his Control engineering study include Control, Process control, Process and Automatic control.
His Control system study combines topics in areas such as Reset, Frequency domain and Describing function. His Java research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Multimedia, Virtual Laboratory, Human–computer interaction, MATLAB and Software engineering. His study explores the link between Multimedia and topics such as The Internet that cross with problems in Distance education.
Sebastián Dormido mostly deals with Control theory, Control, Control system, Control theory and Mobile robot. His studies in Control theory integrate themes in fields like Sampling and Model predictive control. The study incorporates disciplines such as Engineering management, Stability, Human–computer interaction and Medical education in addition to Control.
The concepts of his Control system study are interwoven with issues in Closed-loop transfer function, Optimal control, Actuator, Event and Focus. To a larger extent, he studies Control engineering with the aim of understanding Control theory. Sebastián Dormido focuses mostly in the field of Control engineering, narrowing it down to topics relating to Automatic control and, in certain cases, Multimedia and Subject.
His primary scientific interests are in Control theory, Control system, Control, PID controller and Transfer function. His Control theory study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Control engineering and Sampling. He interconnects Event, Linear system, Actuator and Model predictive control in the investigation of issues within Control system.
His work in Event addresses issues such as Algorithm design, which are connected to fields such as Automatic control. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Engineering education, Engineering management and Human–computer interaction. Sebastián Dormido works mostly in the field of Human–computer interaction, limiting it down to concerns involving Java and, occasionally, Simulation and Trajectory.
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Virtual and remote labs in education
Ruben Heradio;Luis de la Torre;Daniel Galan;Francisco Javier Cabrerizo.
Computer Education (2016)
A Java/Matlab-based environment for remote control system laboratories: illustrated with an inverted pendulum
J. Sanchez;S. Dormido;R. Pastor;F. Morilla.
IEEE Transactions on Education (2004)
Simulation of greenhouse climate monitoring and control with wireless sensor network and event-based control.
Andrzej Pawlowski;Jose Luis Guzman;Francisco Rodríguez;Manuel Berenguel.
Development of a Web-Based Control Laboratory for Automation Technicians: The Three-Tank System
R. Dormido;H. Vargas;N. Duro;J. Sanchez.
IEEE Transactions on Education (2008)
Virtual and remote control labs using Java: a qualitative approach
J. Sanchez;F. Morilla;S. Dormido;J. Aranda.
IEEE Control Systems Magazine (2002)
Real-time collaboration of virtual laboratories through the Internet
Carlos A. Jara;Francisco A. Candelas;Fernando Torres;Sebastian Dormido.
Computer Education (2009)
Developing a remote laboratory for engineering education
E. Fabregas;G. Farias;S. Dormido-Canto;S. Dormido.
Computers in Education (2011)
Virtual and remote labs in control education: A survey
Ruben Heradio;Luis de la Torre;Sebastian Dormido.
Annual Reviews in Control (2016)
A two-degree-of-freedom PI controller based on events
J. Sánchez;A. Visioli;S. Dormido.
Journal of Process Control (2011)
A Network of Automatic Control Web-Based Laboratories
H. Vargas;Jose Sanchez Moreno;C. A. Jara;F. A. Candelas.
IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies (2011)
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