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The department of Electrical Engineering (ISY) is central to the engineering education at the Institute of Technology, one of four faculties at Linköping University, and this regards both basic and applied knowledge. The research is based on industrial needs, and ranges from basic research to direct application in collaboration projects.

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Undergraduate education

The department offers about 100 different courses in four main areas: Control Systems, Electronics, Image processing, and Telecommunications.

Research and postgraduate education

Research and postgraduate education is pursued in the divisions: Automatic Control, Communication Systems, Computer Engineering, Computer Vision, Information Coding, Integrated Circuits and Systems and Vehicular System.

News

Public Defence

Kristoffer Bergman PhD candidate in Automatic control defends his thesis "Exploiting Direct Optimal Control for Motion Planning in Unstructured Environments".
Opponent: Prof. Emilio Frazzoli, ETH Zürich
Supervisors: Assoc. Prof. Daniel Axehill
Time: 20210506, 15:15
Place: Online via Zoom and Ada Lovelace, entrance 25, B-house, Campus Valla

Per Boström-Rost PhD candidate in Automatic control defends his thesis "Sensor Management for Target Tracking Applicationsa".
Opponent: Prof Peter Willett, University of Connecticut
Supervisors: Senior Lecturer Gustaf Hendeby
Time: 20210510, 14:15
Place: Online via Zoom and Ada Lovelace, entrance 25, B-house, Campus Valla

Gustav Häger PhD candidate in Computer Vision defends his thesis "Learning Visual Perception for Autonomous Systems".
Opponent: Roman Pflugfelder, Technische Universität Wien och Austrian Institute of Technology
Supervisors: Professor Michael Felsberg
Time: 20210604, 9:15
Place: Online via Zoom and Ada Lovelace, entrance 25, B-house, Campus Valla

Licentiate Thesis presentation

Magnus Malmström, PhD candidate in Automatic control, presents his licentiate thesis "Uncertainties in Neural Networks: A System Identification Approacha".
Opponent: Prof. Håkan Hjalmarsson KTH - Royal Institute of Technology
Supervisor: Prof. Fredrik Gustafsson
Time: 20210430, 10:15
Place: Online via Zoom

Kristin Nielsen, PhD candidate in Automatic control, presents her licentiate thesis "Robust LIDAR-Based Localization in Underground Mines".
Opponent: Prof. John Folkesson, KTH - Royal Institute of Technology
Supervisor: Doc. Gustaf Hendeby
Time: 20210528, 13:15
Place: Online via Zoom

Last updated: 2020-10-01