D.Sc. in Engineering Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1990
Ph.D., Technical University of Budapest, Electrical Engineering, 1977
M.Sc., (Dipl. Ing.) Technical University of Budapest, Electrical Engineering, Department of Automation, 1972
Adjunct Professor, University of Minnesota, 2018
Director for scientific affairs, Computer and Automation Research Institute of Hungarian Academy of Sciences,1994.
Professor, former Head of Control and Transport Automation Dept., Technical University of Budapest,1992
Head of Systems and Control Laboratory, Hungarian Academy of Sciences,1987
Scientific & Professional Societies
IEEE Computers and Control Systems Society
NATO Research and Technology Board
System theory, linear multivariable systems. Signal processing, optimal filtering. Identification of system and signal models from measured data. Optimal and robust control. Applications: identification of vibrating structures, vision-in-the loop control of vehicles, parametric spectral analysis of signals. Fault detection and isolation. Software design and development for solving control and identification problems.
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Honors and Awards
2013: Commander's Cross, Order of Merit of Hungary (civilian division)
2010: Simonyi Károly Prize
2009: Bánki Donát Prize
2007: Széchenyi Prize
2007: Dr.h.c., Technical University of Timisoara
2003: Helios Medal
1999: Otto Benedikt Medal
1994: Dénes Gábor Medal
1997, 1991,1987: Prize of Computer and Automation Institute
1987: Award of Hungarian Academy of Sciences for outstanding scientific contributions