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Staff members with discipline Engineering, Electrical & Electronic

Academia develops at the interface of different fields. This is one reason why the University of Groningen is home to a wide range of fields, each with a great number of subject specialists. The overview below, which is based on a standard categorization of fields, will help you find the right expert for each field. If you cannot find the expert you are looking for in this list, try searching via a related field or faculty; you may find him or her there.

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Teleform questionnaires design and processing. EEG measurement technology and practical support. R&D Engineer.
P.G.M. (Peter) Albronda
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R&D engineer
Nonlinear control systems, Passivity-based control, Port-Hamiltonian systems.
L.P. (Luis Pablo) Borja Rosales
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Postdoctoral Fellow
Multi-agent systems, autonomous robots, complex systems and networks
Nonlinear control systems, cyberphysical systems, dynamical networks, resilient control, quantized control, smart grids
Big Data, computer architecture, AI, applications
prof. dr. ir. A.P.J. (Ton) Engbersen
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Robust and adaptive nonlinear control, distributed control, cooperative nonlinear output regulation, and moving horizon estimation.
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Micro/Nano Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS/NEMS),
Flexible electronics,
Nanoelectronics,
Nature-inspired sensing
Soft polymer sensors,
Biomimetic materials and sensors,
Biomedical MEMS
General electronics, FPGA firmware design, Signal processing
ing. P.J.J. (Peter) Lemmens
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Head Electronics Section
M.J. (Martin) de Moed
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Model reduction, multi-agent systems, complex networks, switched systems, control configuration selection
Field engineer: Process, Electronics, and Electromechanics.
Design of electronic systems: Power electronics and communications systems.
Design and implementation of control strategies for nonlinear systems.
Physics of invertebrate vision and animal coloration.
M. (Mauricio) Muñoz Arias, PhD
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Lecturer in Industrial Engineering and Management
Dielectric thin films degradation and breakdown - High-k based stacks - Resistive switching - Sputtering and photolithography - X-ray reflectometry - Domain wall motion under magnetic field - Magnetooptic Kerr effect (polar configuration)
Her research area covers order reduction methods for networks and nonlinear control systems  in order to make control design and implementation feasible for complex nonlinear systems. Furthermore, she studies the design of distributed and often nonlinear controllers for complex applications. Examples of such systems can be found in industry, robotics, micro systems, semi-conductors, energy systems, smart grids and space applications.    
A. (Amirreza) Silani
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PhD student
Analog- and digital electronics - control engineering and mechatronics - embedded software development (Arduino, Raspberry Pi, STM32, Microchip) - PCB design (KiCad) - simulation tools: LTspice, MATLAB-Simulink and LabVIEW.
ing. M. (Martin) Stokroos
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Research- and education assistant
Hybrid systems, network systems, supervisory control, adaptive optics
technician equipment
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Praktical manager
organiseren en uitvoeren van veldwerk campagnes
ontwerpen en bouwen van veldwerk-  en onderzoeksapparatuur
HPLC-pigment analyse
ing. R.J.W. (Ronald) Visser
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research engineer
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