Making systems of various kinds perform well is what automatic control is all about. We are some 40 people in the division that teach this subject to more than 1000 undergraduates per year. We also do research that aims at covering a broad spectrum from industrial applications to development of new theories. Visit our pages to learn more about us, our research, courses, publications and the spin-off companies our research has resulted in.
Upcoming events at Automatic Control
We are now recruiting new PhD students to an EU project
about Autonomous Unmanned Aerial Systems for Marine and Coastal
André Carvalho Bittencourt's research about friction modeling and
diagnosis is described in an article in Ny Teknik.
Ny Teknik article (in Swedish)
Daniel Axehill has been awarded an Iplom for the course Control theory by the students at the Industrial Engineering and Management (I) program. The award is given annually to the top 5 courses for I students based on the course evaluation result.2014-11-04
Anders Hansson has received a grant from the Swedish Research Council (VR) for a project about Distributed optimization for scalable computations in control.2014-11-04
Tianshi Chen has received a grant from the Swedish Research Council (VR) for a project about Kernel-based regularization methods for system identification.2014-10-31
The paper Indoor Positioning Using Multi-Frequency RSS with Foot-Mounted INS, with Martin Skoglund and Gustaf Hendeby as co-authors, has been selected as the 2nd best paper at the International Conference on Indoor Positioning and Indoor Navigation.2014-09-25
The Wildlife Security project contributes to a new Commitment to
Action within the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI).
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Senast uppdaterad: 2014-12-11