Anthony Tzes is a graduate of UPAT (1985) and has received his M.S. degree and Doctorate degree from the Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, in 1987 and 1990, respectively. He is a Professor of the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department of the University of Patras (UPAT) in Greece. From 1990 till 1999 he was (tenured associate professor) with Polytechnic Institute of New York University. His research interests include networked controlled systems, MEMs, robotics, mechatronics, adaptive control, and instrumentation and embedded systems. He has been the Chairman of IEEE’s Control Systems Society Greek Chapter, a Member of the national (Greek) committee of the European Control Association (EUCA), Member at several committees of the International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC), and the national representative (2006–2009) to EU’s FP7’s thematic area Regions of Knowledge, Research Potential and Coherent Development of Policies. He has served in various positions (Program Chairman (MIM ’00), Organizing Committee Chairman (ECC’07), General Chairman (MED2011)), and as IPC-member at several international conferences. He has authored more than 60 (200) papers published in international journals (conferences) and has served in the editorial board of several journals (e.g., IEEE Control Systems Magazine, Circuits Systems and Computers, and Journal of Intelligent and Robotic Systems). He recently joined the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks (2013). He has been a Visiting Professor (2009–2013) at University of Loughborough, UK.
Biography Updated on 21 December 2013