Curriculum Vitae

Luigi Glielmo holds a Master in Electronic Engineering (5-year “laurea”) degree in Electronic Engineering and a research doctorate in Automatic Control, from University of Naples Federico II, where subsequently he returned to teach after also having taught at University of Palermo.
Currently, he is a Professor of Automatic Control, and Coordinator of the PhD program in Information Technologies for Engineering at University of Sannio (Unisannio) in Benevento, where he has been Head of the Department of Engineering (2001-2007), and Rector’s Delegate for Technology Transfer (2009- 2019). He also leads GRACE, the Group for Research on Automatic Control Engineering, pursuing active research interests over the years including: singular perturbation methods, model predictive control methods, automotive controls, deep brain stimulation modeling and control, smart-grid control, satellite autonomy, modelling of protein transport in eukariotic cells, Boolean control network control. He has co-authored more than 170 papers published in international journals or international conference proceedings, co-edited two books, and holds two patents. A senior member of IEEE and member of SIAM, his other leadership roles include: current editorial board member of various leading journals as IEEE Control Systems Society Letters; co-proposer and chair of the IEEE Control Systems Society Technical Committee on Automotive Controls; ordinary member of the Conference Board of IFAC, the International Federation of Automatic Control (2020–2023); and General Co-Chair of the 2019 European Control Conference (Naples, June 2019).

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