ASPE Proceedings, Control of Precision Systems

April 18-20, 2001
Sheraton Rittenhouse Square Hotel
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Session I
Wednesday, April 18, 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Opening Remarks

  1. Tachometers, Do We Need Them?
    D. B. DeBra (Stanford University)
    Control of Precision Systems/Oral/Abstract/2001 Spring
  2. Controller Requirements for High-precision Motion Applications
    C. S. Wilson (Delta Tau Data Systems, Inc.)
    Control of Precision Systems/Oral/Abstract/2001 Spring
  3. Sinusoidal Velocity Profiles for Motion Control
    V. M. Arelavo (Augen Opticos, S.A.)
    Control of Precision Systems/Oral/Abstract/2001 Spring

Session II
Wednesday, April 18, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m
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  1. Enhancing Precision Manufacturing Through In-situ Metrology
    S. C. Woody, S. T. Smith (University of North Carolina at Charlotte)
    Control of Precision Systems/Oral/Abstract/2001 Spring
  2. Control of a Dynamic Flex-stage
    P-H. Yang, B. J. Alamo, J. McCoy, G. B. Andeen (Ion Diagnostics, Inc.)
    Control of Precision Systems/Oral/No Abstract Available/2001 Spring

Session III
Wednesday, April 18, 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

  1. Dynamics of a High Performance Workpiece Table for Active Control During Precision Grinding
    Y. Gao, D. Zhang, C. W. Yu (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
    Control of Precision Systems/Oral/Abstract/2001 Spring
  2. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory ULTRA-350 Test Bed
    D. J. Hopkins, T. A. Wulff, K. Carlisle (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
    Control of Precision Systems/Oral/Abstract/2001 Spring
  3. Lorentz Motor With Stationary Magnets and Coils Applied in a 6-DOF Contactless Motion Stage
    L. Jabben, P. M. Overschie, H. F. Van Beek (Delft University of Technology), and A. Molenaar (SKF Engineering & Research Centre)
    Control of Precision Systems/Oral/Abstract/2001 Spring

Session IV
Thursday, April 19, 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

  1. Quiet Hydraulic Actuators for the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO)
    C. T. Hardham, G. S. Allen, D. B. DeBra, W. Hua, B. T. Lantz, J. G. Nichol (Stanford University)
    Control of Precision Systems/Oral/Abstract/2001 Spring
  2. AC Motor Control in Precision Machines
    M. K. Liebman, D. L. Trumper (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
    Control of Precision Systems/Oral/Abstract/2001 Spring
  3. Precision Motor Control Development Using Rapid Control Prototyping Tools
    E. Hill, R. Venugopal, V. Moudgal (dSPACE, Inc.)
    Control of Precision Systems/Oral/Abstract/2001 Spring

Session V
Thursday, April 19, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

  1. Adapting Feedforward for Active Vibration Isolation Systems
    P. G. Nelson, E. Kraner (Technical Manufacturing Corporation)
    Control of Precision Systems/Oral/Abstract/2001 Spring
  2. Enhancing Positioning Performance of Lithography Stages Using Smart Structures Technology
    B. Pletner, H. Dorn (Active Control eXperts (ACX), Inc.) and M. Karpel (Techninon – Israel Institute of Technology)
    Control of Precision Systems/Oral/Abstract/2001 Spring

Session VI
Thursday, April 19, 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

  1. High Gain Control for High Performance -- Dusting Off the Classics
    D. E. Schinstock, Z. Wei (The University of Tulsa)
    Control of Precision Systems/Oral/No Abstract Available/2001 Spring
  2. A Six-degree-of-freedom, Piezoelectrically Actuated Translation Stage
    R. M. Seugling, S. T. Smith (University of North Carolina at Charlotte), R. H. R. Jacobs (Technical University of
    Eindhoven), L. P. Howard (YAFO Networks, Inc.), and T. LeBrun (National Institute of Standards and Technology)
    Control of Precision Systems/Oral/Abstract/2001 Spring
  3. Methods and Results of Reducing Following Error in the LLNL Large Optic Diamond Turning Machine
    D. J. Hopkins (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
    Control of Precision Systems/Oral/Abstract/2001 Spring

Session VII
Friday, April 20, 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

  1. The Design of the Kolibri DVD-actuator
    F. G. A. Homburg (Philips Optical Storage)
    Control of Precision Systems/Oral/Abstract/2001 Spring
  2. Submicrometer Friction Compensation Using Variable-gain Sliding Mode Control
    P. I. Ro (North Caroline State University), and W. Shim (Seagate Technology)
    Control of Precision Systems/Oral/Abstract/2001 Spring
  3. Laminar Flow Actuation on Ultraprecision Stage Positioning
    H-C. Wu (Western Digital Corporation), and D. B. DeBra (Stanford University)
    Control of Precision Systems/Oral/Abstract/2001 Spring

Session VIII
Friday, April 20, 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

  1. Development of a High Bandwidth, High Power Linear Amplifier for a Precision Fast Tool Servo System
    S. Rakuff, J. F. Cuttino (University of North Carolina at Charlotte), and D . E. Schinstock (The University of Tulsa)
    Control of Precision Systems/Oral/Abstract/2001 Spring
  2. Repetitive Control of a Rotary Fast Tool Servo
    J. A. Calzaretta, S. J. Ludwick, M. F. Byl, D. L. Trumper (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
    Control of Precision Systems/Oral/Abstract/2001 Spring