Our everyday experience is governed by the world of systems and control. We are increasingly dependent on the purposeful, robust, safe and efficient functioning of dynamical systems around us. Systems and control deals with the analysis, design, and control of dynamical systems in order to respond in a specific manner. The properties of real systems typically evolves with time and the information that we can obtain from them through measured signals is uncertain. At the Division of Systems and Control, we investigate ways of developing mathematical models for dynamical systems and signals that reflect their main features and allow for powerful methods to extract information and act on this. We do research in this area with applications such as biomedicine, wireless communication, wastewater treatment, and navigation.
- Thomas Schön to receive Tage Erlander's prize from KVA 2017-02-20
- Carl Jidling starts as PhD student2017-02-03
- Petre Stoica to receive the Rudbeck medal from UU2016-12-08
- Per Mattsson defends his thesis Friday November 252016-11-20
- Fredrik Lindsten receives start-up grant from the Swedish Research Council2016-11-10
- Lawrence Murray joins as new researcher2016-10-20