Prof. Viet-Thanh Pham

Faculty of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Phenikaa Institute for Advanced Study (PIAS), Phenikaa University, Vietnam.

Prof. Viet-Thanh Pham is with Faculty of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Phenikaa Institute for Advanced Study (PIAS), Phenikaa University, Vietnam.
He received the degree in electronics and telecommunications from the Hanoi University of Technology, Vietnam, in 2005, and the Ph.D. degree in electronics, automation and control of complex systems engineering from the University of Catania, Italy, in 2013. He has been a Lecturer with the School of Electronics and Telecommunications, Hanoi University of Science and Technology, since 2013.
His scientific interest includes chaos, nonlinear control, applications of nonlinear systems, analysis and design of analog circuits, and FPGA-based digital circuits. He has authored or coauthored 2 books and over 100 works in JCR journals. He has also conducted five special issues in indexed journals.

Title of the talk: Control of fractional-order dynamical systems
Short abstract
Fractional calculus has been received significant attention because it provides superior characteristics for modeling dynamics of natural phenomena and systems with extraordinary properties. Therefore, fractional calculus has been conveniently used in various fields ranging from physics, biology, and signal processing to electrical circuits. It is worth noting that fractional-order systems can displays chaos and the advantages of fractional chaotic systems are useful for engineering applications. During this talk, selected achievements of fractional-order systems and controls are introduced. Fractional-order operations, fractional-order differential equations, fractional-order control are presented. In addition, stabilization and synchronization of fractional continuous-time systems as well as fractional-order discrete-time systems are discussed. Moreover, examples are proposed to illustrate applications of fractional-order systems and controls, for example secure communications.