Anton Cervin
Anton Cervin
Associate Professor (docent, universitetslektor)
Phone: +46 46 222 44 75
Fax: +46 46 13 81 18

Open PhD Student Position

I'm looking for a PhD student who wants to do research within the WASP project "LU2: Event-Based Information Fusion for the Self-Adaptive Cloud". Apply here before June 1.


  • Director of PhD studies at the Department of Automatic Control (2015–)



Recent Publications

Conference Contribution:
Yang Xu et al: LQG-Based Control and Scheduling Co-Design. 2017.

Conference Contribution:
Marcus Thelander Andrén et al: On Event-Based Sampling for H2-Optimal Control. 2017.

Book Contribution:
Karl-Erik Årzén, Anton Cervin: Software and Platform Issues in Feedback Control Systems. 2017.

Conference Contribution:
Morteza Mohaqeqi et al: On the Problem of Finding Optimal Harmonic Periods. 2016.

Conference Contribution:
Yang Xu et al: Harmonic Scheduling and Control Co-Design. 2016.

Conference Contribution:
Anders Nylén et al: Control Design Based on FMI: A Diesel Engine Control Case Study. 2016.

Conference Contribution:
Anton Cervin: LQG-Optimal PI and PID Control As Benchmarks for Event-Based Control. 2016.

Marcus Thelander Andrén, Anton Cervin: An Improved Stochastic Send-on-Delta Scheme for Event-Based State Estimation. 2016.

Conference Contribution:
Marcus Thelander Andrén, Anton Cervin: Event-Based State Estimation Using an Improved Stochastic Send-on-Delta Sampling Scheme. 2016.

Technical Report:
Yang Xu et al: LQG-Based Scheduling and Control Co-Design Using Harmonic Task Periods. August 2016.

Conference Contribution:
L Cederqvist et al: Improved Temperature and Depth Control During FSW of Copper Canisters Using Feedforward Compensation. 2016.

Conference Contribution:
Yang Xu et al: Exploiting Job Response-Time Information in the Co-Design of Real-Time Control Systems. 2015.

Conference Contribution:
Yang Xu et al: Response Time Driven Design of Control Systems. 2014.

Journal Article:
Andrzej Pawlowski et al: Generalized Predictive Control With Actuator Deadband for Event-Based Approaches. 2014.