Anders Rantzer received a PhD in 1991 from KTH, Stockholm, Sweden. After postdoctoral positions at KTH and at IMA, University of Minnesota, he joined Lund University in 1993 and was appointed professor of Automatic Control in 1999. The academic year of 2004/05 he was visiting associate faculty member at Caltech and 2015/16 he was Taylor Family Distinguished Visiting Professor at University of Minnesota. Since 2008 he coordinates the Linnaeus center LCCC at Lund University.
Rantzer is an editorial board member of Proceedings of the IEEE and several other publications. He is a winner of the SIAM Student Paper Competition, the IFAC Congress Young Author Price and the award for best article in IEE Proceedings - Control Theory & Applications. He is a Fellow of IEEE, a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences and former chairman of the Swedish Scientific Council for Natural and Engineering Sciences.
His research interests are in modeling, analysis and synthesis of control systems, with particular attention to uncertainty, optimization, scalability and adaptation.