Agustín Jiménez Avello

Experience of Agustín Jiménez Avello

Agustín Jiménez (M’91) was born in Toledo, Spain,
in 1952. He received the B.S. degree in industrial
engineering and the Ph.D. degree in 1974 and 1978,
respectively, from the Universidad Politécnica de
Madrid, Madrid, Spain.
He is currently a Professor at the Universidad
Politécnica de Madrid, where he is also with the
Intelligent Control Research Group. His main teaching
and research activities have been related to the
development and application of advanced technologies
to process control, particularly the integration
of artificial intelligence technologies with conventional control applications.
He has published different papers and books, with “State Space Control” (in
Spanish) (Prentice Hall, 2002) being the most related publication with this
paper. His experience in R&D projects is very wide, having taken part in
numerous international projects, particularly financed by the European Community,
in many projects of the Spanish National Plan, and in many projects of
technological transfer to industry


Category: Catedrático

Position: Head Intelligent Control

Research Group: Intelligent Control

H-Index (Scopus): 14

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San Segundo P. Rodriguez-Losada D. Jimenez Avello A.
An exact bit-parallel algorithm for the maximum clique problem
Computers and Operations Research
Haber Guerra R. Haber-Haber R. Jimenez Avello A. Galan R.
An optimal fuzzy control system in a network environment based on simulated annealing. An application to a drilling process
Applied Soft Computing Journal
Matía F. Jimenez Avello A. Al-Hadithi B. Rodriguez-Losada D. Galan R.
The fuzzy Kalman filter: State estimation using possibilistic techniques
Fuzzy Sets and Systems
Matía F. Jimenez Avello A. Galan R. Sanz R.
Fuzzy controllers: Lifting the linear-nonlinear frontier
Fuzzy Sets and Systems
Barragan A.J. Al-Hadithi B. Jimenez Avello A. Andujar J.M.
A general methodology for online TS fuzzy modeling by the extended Kalman filter
Applied Soft Computing Journal

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