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.
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The high number of applicants to the WASP graduate school is given
attention in the local newspaper. There are six PhD students in WASP
from the control division so far.
Corren article (in Swedish)
Three students have received scholarships by
Radionavigeringsnämnden. Martin Szilassy and Daniel Örn were awarded
for their master's thesis about low-energy GPS positioning and
Mathias Hallmén was awarded for his master's thesis about map-aided
GPS tracking in urban areas.
MSc thesis 1
MSc thesis 2
The paper Features for micro-Doppler based activity
classification, with Gustaf Hendeby as one co-author, was one
of the 20 most downloaded papers
across all IET Journal titles in January 2016. The paper is a
combined result of the Security Link project DASA and the FOCUS
Johan Löfberg, Svante Gunnarsson and Jonas Hyllengren have been
nominated for the Mechanical engineering student's teacher prize.
Nominations (in Swedish)
Anders Hansson's introductory lecture about control engineering has received
praise from the students.
Student blog (in Swedish)
Informationsansvarig: Martin Enqvist
Senast uppdaterad: 2016-04-22