Peter Gaspar is Head of the Systems and Control Laboratory, Institute for Computer Science and Control. He is also a full professor at the Department of Control for Transportation and Vehicle Systems, Budapest University of Technology and Economics. Since 2016 he has been a Corresponding member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Since 2019 he has been a member of the Steering Committee of Eötvös Loránd Research Network. In 2014 he received the MTA Academic Award. Since 2016 he has been a Corresponding member of the MTA. He is also chair of the IFAC (International Federation of Automatic Control) Hungary National Member Organization, member of the IFAC Automotive Control and Transportation Systems Technical Committees. He is a member of the Advisory Board of the János Bolyai Research Fellowship of the MTA. He is a member of the Scientific Committee for Automation and Computer Science and the Committee for Transport and Vehicle Systems of the MTA. He is a co-author of 4 monographs on systems and control theory and vehicle control and the co-author of 7 university textbooks. He has 142 journal papers, 4 book chapters and 294 papers in conference proceedings with more than 1800 citations. His research interests include linear and nonlinear systems, robust control, multi-objective control, system identification, identification for control and artificial methods. His research and industrial works have involved mechanical systems, vehicle structures and vehicle dynamics and control.
- Head: MTA SZTAKI Systems and Control Laboratory
- Corresponding Member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2016
- D.Sc. degree from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2007
- Ph.D. degree from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, 1997
- M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from the BME Faculty of Transportation Engineering and Vehicle Engineering, 1985
- Control design methods based on linear and nonlinear models
- Components of vehicle control, e.g., variable-geometry suspension systems, global chassis control
- Cooperative control of a vehicle platoon system
- Integrated control systems for vehicles
- Supervisory decentralized architecture
- Member of the Computer and Automation Committee of the HAS
- Member of the IFAC Technical Committee on Automotive Control
- Member of the IFAC Technical Committee on Transportation Systems
- Budapest University of Technology and Economics
- Control Theory (MSc courses)
- Vehicle Control (BSc courses)
VKSZ_14-1-2015-0125: Partially automated vehicle platforms with safety and economy features. 2015-2017.
OM NKFP 2/035/2001: Design of fleet management systems for commercial vehicles. 2001-2003;
NKTH 04/2004: Advanced vehicles and vehicle control. Coordinator. “2005-2007.
NKTH TECH_08_0088: Driver assistance distributed systems for commercial vehicle platforms” Coordinator. 2008-2011.
OTKA: Grey-box identification methods for nonlinear systems. 2005-2007.
★ Generalised system level approachPublication date2021
★ Real-time Look-ahead Cruise Control SimulatorPublication date2018
★ Optimal Control of Overtaking Maneuver for Intelligent VehiclesPublication date2018
★ Nonlinear analysis and control of a variable-geometry suspension systemPublication date2017
★ The relationship between the traffic flow and the look-ahead cruise controlPublication date2017
★ Robust Control of Single-Mast Stacker CranesPublication date2017
★ Tuning of Look-ahead Cruise Control in HIL Vehicle SimulatorPublication date2017
★ Robust Fault-Tolerant Control of In-Wheel Driven Bus with Cornering Energy MinimizationPublication date2017