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Marco Claudio Campi Edit Profile

Science educator

Marco Claudio Campi, Italian science educator. Achievements include invention of virtual reference feedback tuning method for controller tuning; invention of leave-out sign-dominant correlation regions method for system identification. Recipient Giorgio Quazza prize, 1988.

Background

Campi, Marco Claudio was born on December 7, 1963 in Tradate, Varese, Italy. Son of Lino Campi and Bruna Re.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Polytechnic di Milano, Milan, 1988.

Career

Researcher Consiglio National delle Ricerche, Milan, 1989—1992. Professor University Brescia, Italy, 1992—2001, since 2001. Associate editor Systems & Control Letters, 2002, European Journal Control, 2000—2002.

International program committee chair International Conferences. Aviere Air Force, 1989-1990, Macerata.

Achievements

  • Achievements include invention of virtual reference feedback tuning method for controller tuning. Invention of leave-out sign-dominant correlation regions method for system identification.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor scientific papers to professional journals.

Membership

Member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (distinguished lecturer 2002-2007), Society Italiana Dei Ricercatori Automatica (associate editor 2000-2005), International Federation Automatic Control (chair technical committee, stochastic system since 2002).

Connections

father:
Lino Campi

mother:
Bruna Re