Manuel De la Sen0000-0001-9320-9433
Manuel De la Sen was born in Arrigorriaga, Bizkaia, Basque Country, Spain. He received his M.S. degree (with honors) in applied physics (electronics and automation) and his Ph.D. degree (high honors and special mention) in applied physics from the University of Basque Country, Bilbao, Spain, in 1975 and 1979, respectively, and the Doctorat d'État-ès-Sciences Physiques degree (spécialité automatique et traitement du signal) from the University of Grenoble, Grenoble, France, in 1987 (mention très honorable). He serves currently as a Professor of systems engineering and automatic control at the University of Basque Country, where he also serves as the Head of the Institute of Research and Development of Processes. He has coauthored about eight hundred papers in scientific journals and proceedings of conferences. He was a Visiting Professor at the University of Grenoble (France), University of Newcastle (Callaghan, NSW, Australia), and Australian National University (Canberra, ACT, Australia), and he acted formerly as a Member of the Editorial Board of the Electrosoft Journal (CML Mechanical and Computational Engineering Publications). He is currently serving as an Associate Editor of the following journals: Applied Mathematical Sciences; Nonlinear Analysis, Modeling and Control; Fixed Point Theory and Applications; Heliyon; Frontiers in Applied Mathematics and Statistics; and others. His main interest research areas include discrete and sampled-data control systems, nonperiodic and adaptive sampling, adaptive control, fixed point theory, positive systems, stability, models for ecology, epidemic models, time-delay systems, artificial intelligence and heuristic tools for dynamic systems, and ordinary differential equations.
Biography Updated on 8 September 2015