Ioan Dore Landau

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Ioan Dore Landau is Emeritus Research Director at C.N.R.S.(National Centre for Scientific Research) since September 2003 and continues to collaborate with the Laboratoire d'Automatique de Grenoble (CNRS/INPG) of the Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble.

His research interests encompass theory and applications in system identification, adaptive control, robust digital control and nonlinear systems. He has authored and co-authored over 200 papers on these subjects. He is the author of the books : Adaptive Control - The Model Reference Appoach ( Dekker 1979) translated also in chinese, System Identification and Control Design (Herms 1993 ,Prentice Hall 1990 ). and co-author (with M. Tomizuka) of the book Adaptive Control - Theory and Practice (in Japanese -Ohm 1981) as well as co-author (with R. Lozano and M. MoSaad) of the book Adaptive Control (Springer Verlag 1997). He edited and co-edited several books in french on the above topics including a series on Mathematical Tools for Control, System Analysis and Signal Processing and Models and one on Adaptive Control. He holds also several patents and was at the origin of several software packages in control developped by ADAPTECH. He advised 30 PhD students. He delivered a number of Plenary Talks at International Conferences including American Control Conference in Seattle in 95. He was the key note speaker at the European Control Conference in Bruxelles in 1997.

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