- Karthik Ramaswamy
Local identification in dynamic networks.
Start 21 August 2017. Project sponsored by EU-ERC Grant SYSDYNET.
- Carlos Méndez Blanco
Start 1 September 2017. Project sponsored by ISPT, and supervized by dr. Leyla Ozkan.
- Tom Steentjes
Identification for distributed control.
Start 11 September 2017. Project sponsored by EU-ERC Grant SYSDYNET, and co-supervized by dr. Mircea Lazar.
- Lizan Kivits
Model representations for dynamic networks.
Start 1 April 2018. Project sponsored by EU-ERC Grant SYSDYNET and Department CS/EE/TU-e.
- Mannes Dreef
Data-driven modeling in dynamic networks on the basis of asynchronous data.
Start 1 November 2018. Project sponsored by EU-ERC Grant SYSDYNET, and co-supervized by dr. Tijs Donkers.
- Stefanie Fonken
Algorithms for dynamic network identification.
Start 11 January 2021. Project sponsored by EU-ERC Grant SYSDYNET.
- Tom Steentjes, Data-driven methods for distributed control of interconnected linear systems. TU/e, 16 June 2022. Project sponsored by EU-ERC Grant SYSDYNET, and co-supervized by dr. Mircea Lazar.
- Karthik R. Ramaswamy, A guide to learning modules in a dynamic network. TU/e, 3 May 2022. Project sponsored by EU-ERC Grant SYSDYNET, and co-supervized by dr. Giulio Bottegal and prof. Siep Weiland.
- Shengling Shi
Topological aspects of linear dynamic networks: identifiability and identification, TU/e, 1 September 2021. Project sponsored by EU-ERC Grant SYSDYNET, and co-supervized by dr. Xiaodong Cheng.
- Henrik Beelen
Model-based temperature and state-of-charge estimation for Li-Ion batteries. TU/e, 11 September 2019. Project 3CCAR, sponsored by EU H2020, and supervized by prof. Henk Jan Bergveld and dr. Tijs Donkers.
- Harm Weerts
Identifiability and identification methods for dynamic networks.
TU/e, 7 November 2018. Project sponsored by CS/EE/TUe and EU-ERC Grant SYSDYNET.
- Tuan Trong Nguyen
Identification and compensation of parasitic effects in coreless linear motors.
TU/e, 1 October 2018. Project sponsored by TU/e Impulse program, and supervised by Prof. Hans Butler and Dr. Mircea Lazar.
- Edwin Insuasty Moreno
A spatio-temporal approach to reduced complexity modelling for hydrocarbon reservoir optimization.
TU/e, 31 May 2018. Project sponsored by Recovery Factory (Shell, TUD), and co-supervised by Prof. Jan Dirk Jansen (TUD).
- Pepijn Cox
Towards efficient identification of linear parameter-varying state-space models.
TU/e, 20 March 2018. Project sponsored by a VENI grant from supervisor dr. Roland Toth.
- Eduardo Barros
Value of information in closed-loop reservoir management.
TUD, 22 January 2018. Project sponsored by ISAPP2 and Petrobras, and supervised by Prof. Jan Dirk Jansen (TUD).
- Bahadir Saltik,
Risk-aware Model Based Control & Applications on Whey Separation Processes
TU/e, 9 January 2018. Project funded by ISPT, Friesland Campina and DSM, and co-supervised by Dr. Leyla Ozkan and Prof. Siep Weiland.
- Ruxandra Bobiti,
Sampling–driven stability domains computation and predictive control of constrained nonlinear systems.
TU/e, 25 October 2017. Project funded by department budget and supervised by Dr. Mircea Lazar.
- Mohamed Darwish,
Bayesian identification of linear dynamic systems – synthesis of kernels in the LTI case and beyond.
TU/e, 10 October 2017. Project funded by the Egyptian Government and supervised by Dr. Roland Toth.
- Mohsin Siraj,
Reducing the effect of uncertainty in model-based economic optimization for oil recovery. TU/e, 10 May 2017. Project sponsored by Shell Global Solutions International through the Recovery Factory program., and co-supervised by Prof. Jan Dirk Jansen (TUD).
- Sofie Haesaert,
Data-driven and model-based methods for verification and control of physical systems.
TU/e, 16 February 2017. Project sponsored by the candidate’s NWO Graduate Program Grant from DISC, and co-supervised by Dr. Alessandro Abate (University of Oxford).
- Alina Doban,
Stability Domains Computation and Stabilization of Nonlinear Systems: Implications for Biological Systems.
TU/e, 4 October 2016. Project sponsored by the candidate’s NWO Graduate Program Grant from DISC, and supervised by Dr. Mircea Lazar.
- Siavash S. Kahrobaei
Identification of Flow-Relevant Structural Features in History Matching.
TUD, 4 July 2016. Project sponsored by the Recovery Factory Program (Shell), and supervised by Prof. Jan Dirk Jansen (TUD).
- Max G. Potters,
Experiment Design for Identification of Structured Linear Systems.
TUD, 28 June 2016. Project sponsored by EU-FP7 project Autoprofit, and co-supervised by Dr. Xavier Bombois.
- Rahul-Mark Fonseca
A Modified Gradient Formulation for Ensemble Optimization under Geological Uncertainty.
TUD, 9 December 2015. Project sponsored by ISAPP2 (ENI, TNO, TUD) and supervised by Prof. Jan Dirk Jansen.
- Skander Taamallah,
Small-Scale Helicopter Autorotation – Modelling, Guidance, and Control.
TUD, 18 September 2015. Project sponsored by NLR (Dutch Aerospace Institute), and co-supervised by dr. Xavier Bombois.
- Gijs van Essen,
Model-Based Optimization of Oil Recovery: Robust Operational Strategies.
TUD, 18 March 2015. Project sponsored by the consortium ISAPP (Integrated APproach tom Petroleum Production), sponsored by TNO, Shell and Delft Univ. Technology, and co-supervised by Prof. Jan Dirk Jansen.
- Arne Dankers,
System Identification of Dynamic Networks.
TUD, 4 September 2014. Project sponsored by the Delft Center for Systems and Control.
- Marco Forgione,
Batch-to-batch Learning for Model-Based Control of Process Systems with Application to Cooling Crystallization.
TUD, 1 July 2014. Project sponsored by the Institute for Sustainable Process Technology (ISPT), and co-supervized by dr. Xavier Bombois.
- Martijn Leskens,
Improved Economic Performance of Municipal Solid Waste Combustion Plants by Model Based Combustion Control.
TUD, 18 March 2013. Project sponsored by TNO.
- Stefan Kuiper,
Mechatronics and Control Solutions for Increasing the Imaging Speed in Atomic Force Microscopy.
8 May 2012. Project sponsored by a VENI Grant from dr. Georg Schitter.
- Snezana Djordjevic,
Modeling and Control Perspectives of Two-Phase Fluid Systems with Applications to Bubble Columns.
27 June 2011. Project sponsored by the Delft Center for Sustainable Industrial Processes.
- Rogier S. Blom,
Model-based Process Monitoring and Control of Micro-milling using Active Magnetic Bearings.
17 May 2011. Project sponsored by MicroNed and the Delft Center for Mechatronics and Microsystems, and co-supervized by Prof. Rob Munnig Schmidt.
- Ali Mesbah,
Optimal Operation of Industrial Crystallizers – A Nonlinear Model-Based Control Approach.
10 December 2010. Project sponsored by SenterNovem.
- Jorn F.M. Van Doren,
Model Structure Analysis for Model-Based Operation of Petroleum Reservoirs.
14 June 2010. Project sponsored by the knowledge center ISAPP, Integrated Systems Approach to Petroleum Production, being a long-term cooperation of Shell, TNO and TUD.
- Roland Tóth,
Modeling and Identification of Linear Parameter-Varying Systems – an orthonormal basis function approach.
22 December 2008. Project sponsored by NWO Exact Sciences.
- Maarten J. Zandvliet,
Model-Based Lifecycle Optimization of Well Locations and Production Settings in Petroleum Reservoirs.
17 April 2008. Project sponsored by Shell and Senter-Novem.
- Robert Bos,
Monitoring of Industrial Processes using Large-Scale First Principles Models.
21 December 2006. Project sponsored by TNO-TPD.
- Sippe G. Douma,
From Data to Performance – System Identification Uncertainty and Robust Control Design.
20 June 2006.
- Stijn de Waele,
Automatic Inference from Finite Time Observations of Stationary Stochastic Signals.
13 May 2003. Project sponsored by a Dutch Technology Foundation (STW) grant from dr. P. Broersen.
- Thomas J. de Hoog,
Rational Orthonormal Bases and Related Transforms in Linear System Modeling.
10 September 2001. Project sponsored by the Dutch Technology Foundation (STW).
- Edwin T. van Donkelaar,
Improvement of Efficiency in System Identification and Model Predictive Control of Industrial Processes – A Linear Parametrization Approach.
21 November 2000. Project sponsored by the Dutch Technology Foundation (STW).
- Raymond A. de Callafon,
Feedback Oriented Identification for Enhanced and Robust Control. A fractional approach applied to a wafer stage.
13 October 1998. Project sponsored by Dutch Systems and Control Theory Network.
- Hans (J.G.M.) Dötsch,
Identification for Control – with Application to a Compact Disc Mechanism.
17 March 1998. Project sponsored by Philips Research Lab. Eindhoven.
- Alexander C. van der Klauw,
Closed Loop Identification Issues in the Process Industry.
Co-advisor, 9 January 1995. Project sponsored by a Dutch Technology Foundation (STW) grant from Prof. P.P.J. van den Bosch.
- Richard G. Hakvoort,
System Identification for Robust Process Control – Nominal Models and Error Bounds.
29 November 1994. Project sponsored by Philips Lighting.
- Douwe K. de Vries,
Identification of Model Uncertainty for Control Design.
26 September 1994.
- Ruud J.P Schrama,
Approximate Identifcation and Control Design with Application to a Mechanical System.
19 May 1992.
- Peter S.C. Heuberger,
On Approximate System Identification with System-Based Orthonormal Functions.
31 January 1991.