PROF Dragan Nesic

PROF Dragan Nesic

Positions

  • Control systems engineering (Nonlinear control, Networked control systems, Quantized control, Extremum seeking control, Sampled-data systems, Hybrid Systems)

Overview

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  • Dragan Nesic is a Professor in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at The University of Melbourne. 

    Prof Nesic is currently an ARC Future Fellow funded by the Australian Research Council (2010-2013). He has been a recipient of an ARC Australian Professorial Fellowship (APF) awarded by the Australian Research Council (2004-2008). 

    He has held an Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellowship awarded by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (Germany) in order to pursue research in Germany for a period of six months. He is an Associate Editor for the journals IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control , Automatica , European Journal of Control and Systems and Control Letters . Prof Nesic has served on International Program Committees of many international conferences, such as the American Control Conference, IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, NOLCOS, Asian Control Conference, European Control Conference, and so on. Prof Nesic is a Fellow of IEEE and a Fellow of IEAust . Prof Nesic has been named a Distinguished Lecturer of the Control Systems Society of the IEEE and is currently serving as a Chair of Technical Committee for Nonlinear systems and control, Control Systems Society, IEEE.

    Research interests
    Networked control systems; extremum seeking control; reset systems; quantized control; control of spatially distributed systems; time delay systems; automative control   

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Additional Grant Information

  • 2010-2013: D. Nesic, ARC Future Fellow, awarded by the Australian Research Council, $1,091,200  (ARC funding $891,200 and School funding $200,000)

    2004-2008: D. Nesic, ARC Australian Professorial Fellowship (APF), awarded by the Australian Research Council

    2003: D. Nesic, Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellowship, awarded by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (Germany)   

Awards

Education and training

  • PhD, The Australian National University 1997
  • BME, University of Belgrade 1990

Awards and honors

  • ARC Future Fellowship 2010-2013, Australian Research Council (ARC), 2010
  • Distinguished Lecturer Award, IEEE Control Systems Society, 2008
  • Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, 2008
  • Interactive Paper Prize, 45th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC'06), 2006
  • Fellow of the Institution of Engineers of Australia, 2005
  • ARC Australian Professorial Fellow (APF) 2004-2008, Australian Research Council (ARC), 2004
  • Humboldt Fellowship, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, 2003

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