Honorary Doctoral Degree for Professor Lennart Ljung and Workshop on System Identification
co-organized by the Belgian Inter University Attraction Poles PAI-V/22 (Dynamical Systems and Control) and PAI V/06 (Advanced Mechatronic Systems), the Flemish Research Community FWO-ICCoS, and the TI-genootschap BIRA
ADDED ON 18/10/2004:
On Wednesday October 13, 2004, the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven awards an Honorary Doctoral Degree to:
For this occasion, a two day workshop on ‘System Identification and Data Modeling’ will be organized on October 12-13 2004, where we will also launch K.U. Leuven - SCORES. This workshop will be co-organized by the IAP V/22, IAP V/06, ICCoS and BIRA.
Invitation to the events at the occasion of
the Doctorate Honoris Causa
awarded by the Katholieke Universiteit
Prof. Dr. Lennart Ljung,
The Academic Council of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven has decided to confer the honor of ‘Doctor Honoris Causa’ upon Prof. Dr. Lennart Ljung for his many contributions to mathematical modeling of dynamical systems, including system identification algorithms and software for linear and nonlinear systems and for his high impact on the field, both in academia as in industrial environments.
At the same occasion, two more Honorary Degrees will be awarded, one to Manuel de Sola-Morales and one to P. Ole Fanger.
The Honorary Degree will be awarded in a special ceremony on Wednesday, October 13, at 16.00 h in the central Promotion Hall of the K.U.Leuven (Naamsestraat 22, 3000 Leuven, Belgium), with Prof. Dr. Bart De Moor pronouncing the formal ‘laudatio’ in honor of Prof. Ljung.
For this occasion, a two day workshop will be organized, where we will launch K.U. Leuven - SCORES (Systems, Control and Optimization in Research, Education and Services), an interdepartmental initiative of the K.U. Leuven, to integrate all research and teaching activities in systems, control and optimization. This workshop is also co-organized by the Belgian Interuniversity Attraction Pole ‘Dynamical Systems and Control’, Belgian Interuniversity Attraction Pole ‘Advanced Mechatronic Systems’, the Flemish Research Community ICCoS, and the TI-genootschap BIRA.
There will be talks by representatives from local member teams of SCORES, spin-off and other companies and invited guest speakers (including Prof. Dr. Brian Anderson, Prof. Dr. Albert Benveniste and Prof. Dr. Paul Van den Hof).
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Lennart Ljung received his Ph.D. in Automatic Control from Lund Institute of Technology in 1974. Since 1976 he is Professor of the chair of Automatic Control in Linköping, Sweden, and is currently Director of the Competence Center ‘Information Systems for Industrial Control and Supervision’ (ISIS). He has held visiting positions at Stanford and MIT and has written several books on System Identification and Estimation. He is an IEEE Fellow and an IFAC Advisor as well as a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (KVA), a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA), and an Honorary Member of the Hungarian Academy of Engineering. He has received honorary doctorates from the Baltic State Technical University in St Petersburg, and from Uppsala University. In 2002 he received the Quazza Medal from IFAC.
A more extended curriculum vitae of Lennart Ljung can be found here.
The presentation slides of all talks have been added. There are also pictures of the Workshop and of the Honorary Degree Ceremony. And you can also view the List of Presentation Abstracts and the List of Posters.
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