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Electrical engineer

Manuel Armando Duarte, Chilean electrical engineer. Achievements include adaptive control applied to mineral processing, robust (linear and nonlinear) adaptive control. Pierre W. Huge fellow Yale University, 1985, tuition fellow, 1984-1985; research assistantship Yale University, 1985-1988.

Background

Duarte, Manuel Armando was born on February 17, 1951 in Santiago, Chile. Son of Manuel Tomás Duarte and Carolina Enriqueta Mermoud.

Education

Electrical engineer, University Chile, Santiago, 1977. Master of Science, Yale University, 1985. Master of Philosophy, Yale University, 1986.

Doctor of Philosophy, Yale University, 1988.

Career

Field engineer Santiago Subway, 1977-1978, development engineer, 1978-1979. Instructor electrical engineering department University Chile, Santiago, 1979-1985, assistant professor department electrical engineering, 1986-1995, associate professor department electrical engineering, since 1996. Consultant engineer SINEL, Santiago, 1978-1980, Counter Intelligence Corps, Santiago, 1977-1978.

Research assistant Yale University/National Aeronautics and Space Administration, New Haven, Connecticut, Yale University/National Science Foundation, New Haven.

Achievements

  • Achievements include adaptive control applied to mineral processing, robust (linear and nonlinear) adaptive control.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor research papers to professional journals.

Membership

Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (vice president Chile section 1989-1992), Automatic Control Chilean Association (founding member, vice president 1995-1997, president 1998-2000, treasurer 1989-1992).

Connections

Married Liliana Del Carmen Soto, July 4, 1979. Children: Javiera, Isidora, Valentina.

father:
Manuel Tomás Duarte

mother:
Carolina Enriqueta Mermoud

spouse:
Liliana Del Carmen Soto

children:
Javiera Duarte

Isidora Duarte

Valentina Duarte