Please welcome our new ITR team member Velimir Todorovski who starts today on 24.03.2023. His office is S4521, phone 25730.

On the 14th of February, SeaClear2.0 project partners met for the first time in Delft, the Netherlands, where they discussed each partner’s role and contribution and planned the next steps in the project.

Sandra Hirche has been selected as Distinguished Lecturer in the IEEE Control Systems Society. The primary purpose of the Distinguished Lecturer Program is to help Society chapters provide interesting and informative programs for their members and other interested audience from academia and…

Prof. Simone Baldi visited us on January 26th, 2023 for a lab tour and gave a talk about "Adaptive disturbance decoupling: theory and application to platooning" in our seminar room.

We look forward to welcome again DFG Mercator Fellow Prof. John Baras  from the University of Maryland, who will visit ITR from January 25th until January 27th.

Please welcome our new ITR team member Francesco Bianchin who will start next week on Monday, 16.01.23 He is going to work for the new eXprt project. His office is S4508, phone 25738.


The SeaClear2.0 project will start on January 1st 2023, and will run for four years.. The consortium consists of 13 partners from 9 countries, Delft University of Technology (Netherlands, project coordinator), Regional Agency Dunea (Croatia), Fraunhofer (Germany); Hamburg Port Authority (Germany),…

Hossein Kavianirad got the best paper award for the paper „EMG-Based Volitional Torque Estimation in Functional Electrical Stimulation Control“ at the 7th IEEE-EMBS Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Sciences (IECBES 2022), in the session Biomedical Signal Processing. Congratulations!