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Rob Vingerhoeds

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Head of the Complex Systems Engineering Department
Professor in Systems Engineering and Project Management

Education / Professional Titles

  • Aerospace Engineer, Delft University of Technology, 1986.
  • PhD in Applied Sciences, University of Ghent, 1992.
  • “Member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology” (MIET), 1996.
  • “Chartered Engineer” (CEng), The Engineering Council, 1996.
  • “Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches », National Polytechnique Institute Toulouse, 2002.
  • “Chartered Information Technology Professional” (CITP), British Computer Society, 2006.
  • “Fellow of the British Computer Society” (FBCS), British Computer Society, 2006.
  • “Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology” (FIET), 2016.

Major Professional Speciality/Activity:

  • Earlier: mathematical modelling of dynamic systems, systems identification, nonlinear optimization, artificial intelligence techniques, real-time systems, formal methods for time correctness of systems, real-time applications of artificial intelligence, systems engineering
  • Industrial experience: mathematical modelling of dynamic systems, real-time systems, formal methods for time correctness of systems, engine management, sensor technologies, product data life-cycle (PLM), CAD Tools for electronics product development, data management, project management techniques
  • Recent: mathematical modelling of dynamic systems, real-time systems, formal methods for time correctness of systems, systems engineering, cyber-physical systems, industrial engineering, learning systems

Over 140 publications (inc. 20 publications in international scientific journals and over 40 conference contributions in proceedings).

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