Bachelor of Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1953. Master of Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1954. Doctor of Science, Columbia University, 1957.
Doctor of Engineering (honorary), University Bologna, 1988. Doctor of Science (honorary), University Kyoto, Japan, 1990. Doctor of Philosophy (honorary), Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1990.
Doctor of Philosophy (honorary), Technology University Crete, 1993. Doctor of Philosophy (honorary), Budapest Technology University, 1999. Degree, University Athens, 2003.
Instructor, control theory Columbia University, 1955—1957, adjunct professor, control theory, 1957—1958. Staff engineer International Business Machines Corporation Research Laboratory, Poughkeepsie, New York, 1957—1958. Research mathematician Research Institute Advanced Studies, Baltimore, 1958—1964.
Professor engineering mechanical and electrical engineering Stanford University, 1964—1967, professor mathematics system theory, 1967—1971. Graduate research professor, director Center for Mathematics System Theory University Florida, 1971—1992, professor emeritus, since 1992. Ad personam chair mathematics system theory Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, 1973—1997, professor mathematics system theory, 1973—1997, professor emeritus, since 1997.
Science adviser Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de Paris, since 1968. Member science advisory board Laboratorio di Cibernetica, Naples, 1970—1973.
Fellow: American Academy Arts and Sciences. Member: National Academy of Sciences (United States), National Academy of Engineering (Charles Stark Draper Prize 2008), Russian Academy of Sciences (foreign), Academy of Sciences of Institute France, Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
Married Constantina Stavrou, September 12, 1959. Children: Andrew E.F.C. Constantina, Elisabeth K. Constantina.