Optimal Control Theory and Applications (OCTA 2022)

June 27—July 1, 2022


OCTA 2022 is an international conference organized by the N.N. Krasovskii Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics, the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IMM UB RAS) in Yekaterinburg. The conference is organized within the framework of the scientific activity of the Ural Mathematical Center (UMC).

Yekaterinburg is the fourth-largest city in Russia and the administrative center of the Sverdlovsk region, located on the border between Europe and Asia. With a population of about 1.5 million, Yekaterinburg is a modern, world-class city with developed infrastructure that includes an efficient metro system, a city train, railway stations, and an international airport. It is a center for culture, science, education, and sports.

Yekaterinburg is well known in Russia and abroad for strong mathematical schools specializing in the mathematical theory of control processes; research in the field of algebra, topology, analysis, theory of functions, differential equations, and mechanics; research in the field of the theory and methods for solving problems of mathematical programming and pattern recognition; mathematical physics and the mechanics of a continuous medium; ill-posed and inverse problems; mathematical modeling; and creating algorithmic software used to solve control problems, optimization, pattern recognition, mathematical physics, and mechanics.


The following scientific fields will be presented: optimal control, differential games, stability and stabilization, the theory of Hamilton-Jacobi equations, state estimation, inverse problems of dynamics, ill-posed problems, the theory of approximate calculations, differential equations, applications of optimal control theory, and numerical methods.


The conference aims to ensure the participation of the world's leading experts in various fields of optimal control theory and their applications. We plan to attract a significant number of students and young researchers.

Thu Nov 18 2021 14:23:26 GMT+0300 (Moscow Standard Time)