After graduating in 2003 on Minimax Approaches to Robust Model Predictive Control, and spending three years as a post-doc at the Automatic Control laboratory at ETH, Zurich, I am back in Linköping. In 2011, I was appointed Docent and in 2012 Associate professor (universitetslektor).
My research interest lies in the border between control theory and optimization. I was earlier heavily focused on model predictive control, but now prefer a slightly broader perspective on the border between optimization and control. A common factor in most of my work is the development of control-oriented optimization-based algorithms, leading to the constant evolution of a MATLAB based modelling language, called YALMIP.
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