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Automatic Control

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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Daniel Axehill has received a grant from WASP for a project about Unified task planning and optimal-control-based motion planning.


Martin Enqvist has received a grant from the William Demant Foundation for a project about nonlinear system identification for hearing assessment.


Fredrik Gustafsson has co-authored a Ny Teknik article about Covid-19 models.
Article (in Swedish)


Kamiar Radnosrati's PhD defense was successfully held online today. Kamiar's PhD defense
News item


Fredrik Gustafsson has been interviewed on Swedish radio about his activities concerning wildlife protection in Project Ngulia.
Radio interview (in Swedish)


The students Niklas Stenberg and Karl Gudmundson have received prizes by Radionavigeringsnämnden for their MSc theses. Gustaf Hendeby was examiner for both and Andreas Bergström and Robin Forsling were supervisors.


Oskar Ljungqvist has given a popular science lecture based on his research about automatic planning for heavy vehicles, which has been broadcasted on Swedish TV.
Lecture (in Swedish)


Lennart Ljung has been awarded the Cedergren Medal by the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm.
More details

Earlier news

Informationsansvarig: Martin Enqvist
Senast uppdaterad: 2020-05-24