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- E Peter, P Senellart, +4 authors J Bloch
- Physical review letters
- 2005

We report on the observation of the strong-coupling regime between the excitonic transition of a single GaAs quantum dot and a discrete optical mode of a microdisk microcavity. Photoluminescence is performed at various temperatures to tune the quantum dot exciton with respect to the optical mode. At resonance, we observe a clear anticrossing behavior,… (More)

- Jean-Hubert Hours, Colin Neil Jones
- IEEE Trans. Automat. Contr.
- 2016

A novel decomposition scheme to solve parametric non-convex programs as they arise in Nonlinear Model Predictive Control (NMPC) is presented. It consists of a fixed number of alternating proximal gradient steps and a dual update per time step. Hence, the proposed approach is attractive in a real-time distributed context. Assuming that the Nonlinear Program… (More)

Well-known model predictive control (MPC) theory for constrained linear time-invariant (LTI) systems is extended to accommodate hard constraints and cost penalizations on the spectra of the system’s output trajectories. Thus the proposed method facilitates enforcing constraints, and placing weights, on the harmonic content of input-, stateand… (More)

A novel model predictive control (MPC) scheme that allows one to enforce hard constraints on the spectrum of a constrained system’s output signal is presented. The approach is based on a time-local analysis of the spectrum of output signals by means of the short-time Fourier transform (STFT), and its squared magnitude, called the spectrogram. It is shown… (More)

- Jean-Hubert Hours, Melanie Nicole Zeilinger, Ravi Gondhalekar, Colin Neil Jones
- IEEE Trans. Automat. Contr.
- 2015

A novel Nonlinear Model Predictive Control (NMPC) scheme is proposed in order to shape the harmonic response of constrained nonlinear systems. The salient ingredient is the short-time Fourier transform (STFT) of the system’s output signal, which is constrained in an NMPC problem, leading to the novel formulation of so-called spectrum constraints. Recursive… (More)

- Jean-Hubert Hours, Colin Neil Jones
- ACC
- 2014

— A novel augmented Lagrangian method for solving non-convex programs with nonlinear cost and constraint couplings in a distributed framework is presented. The proposed decomposition algorithm is made of two layers: The outer level is a standard multiplier method with penalty on the nonlinear equality constraints, while the inner level consists of a… (More)

- Jean-Hubert Hours, Colin Neil Jones
- CDC
- 2014

A novel splitting scheme to solve parametric multiconvex programs is presented. It consists of a fixed number of proximal alternating minimisations and a dual update per time step, which makes it attractive in a real-time Nonlinear Model Predictive Control (NMPC) framework and for distributed computing environments. Assuming that the parametric program is… (More)

A novel trust region method for solving linearly constrained nonlinear programs is presented. The proposed technique is amenable to a distributed implementation, as its salient ingredient is an alternating projected gradient sweep in place of the Cauchy point computation. It is proven that the algorithm yields a sequence that globally converges to a… (More)

- Jean-Hubert Hours, Stefan Schorsch, Colin Neil Jones
- IEEE Transactions on Image Processing
- 2014

In situ imaging techniques are a promising direction for monitoring the distribution of crystal sizes and shapes during a crystallization process. Nevertheless, no tractable method yet exists for estimating complex crystal shapes. In this paper, an in situ imaging setup is presented and a novel algorithm for crystal shape estimation from a pair of images is… (More)

- Stefan Schorsch, Jean-Hubert Hours, Thomas Vetter, Marco Mazzotti, Colin Neil Jones
- Computers & Chemical Engineering
- 2015

The size and shape of particles crucially influences the characteristics of solid products. Until recently these quantities were evaluated using light microscopy. However, extracting the three-dimensional shape of a faceted crystal from a single image is a formidable computer vision challenge. In this work we combine stereoscopic imaging devices (e.g.,… (More)