The Department of Automatic Control at Lund University was created in 1965 and has today grown to hosting about 60 people.
We give courses within the regular engineering program to students from different areas of engineering. We also have a PhD program where the students specialize in various theories and applications of automatic control.
Our research is concentrated to seven areas:
Modeling and Control of Complex Systems, Control and Real-Time Computing, Process Control, Robotics, Automotive Systems, Biomedical Projects and Tools.
The department is hosting several large research projects funded by the European Commission and Swedish funding agencies. There is also active collaboration with industry.
Alberto Leva et al: Object-Oriented Modelling and Simulation of Air Flow in Data Centres Based on a Quasi-3D Approach for Energy Optimisation. December 2014.
Federico Terraneo et al: FLOPSYNC-2: efficient monotonic clock synchronisation. December 2014.
Daria Madjidian et al: Optimal Coordination of Homogeneous Agents Subject to Delayed Information Exchange. December 2014.
Gianluca Brero et al: Dynamics in network games with local coordination and global congestion effects. December 2014.
Enrico Lovisari et al: Stability of monotone dynamical flow networks. December 2014.
Jonas Dürango et al: Control-theoretical load-balancing for cloud applications with brownout. December 2014.
Gustav Nilsson et al: On Resilience of Multicommodity Dynamical Flow Networks. December 2014.
Giacomo Como, Fabio Fagnani: Robustness of large-scale stochastic matrices to localized perturbations. December 2014.
Ketan Savla et al: Robust Oblivious Routing for Network Flows under Cascading Failures. December 2014.
Alfred Theorin: A Sequential Control Language for Industrial Automation. November 2014.