Technical University Budapest, Electrical Engineering, Department of Automation, B.Sc., 1971
Technical University of Budapest, Electrical Engineering, Department of Automation, M.Sc., 1972
Candidate of Technical Sciences (Ph.D.), 1977
Doctor of Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, D.Sc.), 1990
Academician, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1998
Teaching and research activities
Courses include undergraduate courses in control, Ph.D. courses in linear system theory, multivariable feedback systems and system identification, and control of nonlinear systems (Technical University Budapest), multivariable robust control (MIT Cambriedge), system identification and application to space structures (Technical University Delft), system idenfication (University of Minnesota).
Research Professor of the Department Széchényi University, Győr (automotive control systems)
Linear multivariable systems, modeling, identification and robust control. Parametrization issues, identification in closed loops, use of rational bases for modeling dynamic systems, investigation of an associated realization theory. Identification and control of vibrating structures with applications to automotive and aerospace systems. Fault detection and isolation, elaboration of detection filters for LTI and LTV systems, robust filter design using H∞ approach.
Prizes and Acknowledgements:
Honorary Doctor, University of Timisoara, 2007
Széchenyi Award of the Republic of Hungary, 2007.
HÉLIOSZ Medal, 2003.
BENEDIKT Medal, 1999.
Dénes GÁBOR Medal, 1994.
Prize of Computer and Automation Institute, 1987, 1991, 1997, 1998, 1999
Hungarian Academy of Sciences for outstanding scientific contributions, 1987.