Recent research in the group has involved adaptive backstepping control, the second-order sliding mode, the control of nonminimum phase systems, nonlinear sliding observer theory and the realisation of nonlinear discrete-time systems. These areas are under investigation, both in their theoretical aspects and in applications.
- Olm, J.M., Biel, D., Fossas, E., Zinober, A.S.I. and Sanz, L.M.
"Sliding motion, robust control and power loss minimization in a class of non-linear switched converters"
International Journal of Control (2007)
- Zinober, A.S.I., Shtessel, Y., Fossas, E., Olm, J. and Patterson, J.
"Nonminimum Phase Output Tracking Control Strategies for DC-to-DC Power Converters"
- Xiaohua Xia and Zinober, A.S.I.
"Periodic orbits from Δ-modulation of stable linear systems"
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control (2004)
- Koshkouei, Ali J. and Zinober, A.S.I.
"Sliding mode state observation for non-linear systems"
International Journal of Control (2004)
- Kotta, Ü., Nõmm, S. and Zinober, A.S.I.
"Classical state space realizability of input-output bilinear models"
International Journal of Control (2003)
- Shtessel, Yuri B., Zinober, A.S.I. and Shkolnikov, Ilya A.
"Sliding mode control of boost and buck-boost power converters using method of stable system centre"