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From Caius PhD to the Geneva Motor Show: the McLaren 720S

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McLaren’s latest supercar, the 720S, launched at the Geneva Motor Show in March this year, came with a new suspension control algorithm which has received positive press reports including mention of a research collaboration with Cambridge University. The concept for the algorithm was developed in a PhD dissertation by a Caius graduate student, Panos Brezas (2008). The talk will explain the engineering background for the work, the development of ideas from the concept stage, the mathematical and control-theoretic basis for the algorithm, and the testing and development work on production prototypes. The talk will be accessible to a general audience.

This talk is part of the Caius MCR/SCR research talks series.

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