The KIOS Research and Innovation Center of Excellence at the University of Cyprus is pleased to announce the lecture of the internationally recognized Professor Petros Ioannou, from the University of Southern California.
Petros Ioannou is a Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Southern California and holds the A.V ‘Bal’ Balakrishnan Endowed Chair. He also holds courtesy appointments with the Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering and Department of Industrial Systems Engineering. He is the founder and Director of the Center for Advanced Transportation Technologies and co-founder and Associate Director for Research of the University Transportation Center METRANS at the University of Southern California. Dr. Ioannou was the recipient of the Axelby Outstanding Paper Award by the IEEE Control System Society in 1984 and the recipient of a 1985 Presidential Young Investigator Award for his research in Adaptive Control. In 2009 he received the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society (ITSS) Outstanding Application Award and the 2009 IET Heaviside Medal for Achievement in Control. In 2012 he received the IEEE ITSS Research Award and in 2016 the IEEE Transportation Technologies Field Award. In 2022 he was inducted to the National Academy of Engineering.
Dr. Ioannou is a Fellow of IEEE, IFAC and AAAS and the author/co-author of 9 books and over 400 research papers in the area of controls and applications and intelligent transportation systems.
“Rejection of Vibrations with Unknown Frequencies using Robust and Adaptive Feedback” is the first lecture of the KIOS Distinguished Lecture Series for 2022, a series of lectures that hosts world-class researchers who are specialized in technology and innovation fields.
The lecture will take place on Friday, 11th of March 2022, at 11:00 in Room LRC012 (Learning Resource Centre UCY Library “Stelios Ioannou), at the University of Cyprus.
The lecture will also be accessible online, via Zoom: https://ucy.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIrf–rrDMjG9HQ_6OxL10FLoAD1VpCm5Bi
The lecture is open to the public. More information and details about the lecture can be found here.