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Investigators: Prof. Simon G. Fabri and Dr. Ing. Marvin Bugeja

This project, funded by an RTDI grant over a period of three years, investigates and develops control algorithms based on advanced computational intelligence techniques, such as neural networks, in combination with advanced adaptive control theory for versatile control of complex systems. Such systems typically require that the controller is able to autonomously anticipate and handle plant faults, plant uncertainty and plant complexities, such as nonlinearities, that cannot be modelled accurately or are unknown.

Possible applications include control of robotic systems, industrial process control, aeronautic systems and control of advanced manufacturing processes.


Funding Award for BrainApp
CBC awarded research funding under the FUSION Technology Development Programme (TDP) 2017

Closing date for MSc course applications


The deadline for late applications for the MSc in Signals, Systems and Control is the 31st August 2017. Click here for more information.

TVM news feature


News feature on the work currently being carried out by our PhD student Ms Rachael Nicole Darmanin, supervised by Dr Ing. Marvin Bugeja. Link here.

PhD scholarships at University of Sheffield, UK


Please click here for more information.

Postdoctoral Position in Robotics and Control


Postdoctoral Position at the University of Le Havre in France. Click here for more information.

MSc by Research - Call for Expression of Interest


The Department of Systems and Control Engineering and the Centre for Biomedical Cybernetics are seeking students who are interested in pursuing studies leading to an MSc in Engineering degree (mainly by research) on any of the topics detailed here.

Postdoctoral Research Position in EEG


[CLOSED] Postdoctoral Research Position in EEG Signal Processing with the Centre for Bionedical Cybernetics. Click here for more information.

Last Updated: 3 February 2015

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