Curriculum Vitae: Rafael Wisniewski

Positions: Professor
Affiliation: Aalborg University, Department of Electronic Systems
Fredrik Bajers Vej 7, C3-211, DK-9220 Aalborg East,
Denmark phone: +45 99 40 87 62, + 45 29 13 36 23,
e-mail: raf@es.aau.dk Private Address: Bredgade 139, 9700 Bronderslev, Denmark
Birthday: May 16th, 1968

Career Overview
2013- Professor, Department of Electronic Systems, Aalborg University;
2008-2013 Professor MSO, Department of Electronic Systems, Aalborg University;
2007-2008 Control Specialist, Refrigeration and Air-conditioning, Danfoss A/S;
1999-2008 Associate Professor, Department of Electronic Systems, Aalborg University;
Apr 2004-Sep 2005 Visiting Research Associate, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Aalborg University;
Jan-Feb 2006 Visiting Research Associate, Mittag-Leffler Institute, Stockholm, Sweden;
Aug 2003-Apr 2004 Visiting Research Associate, Mathematics Department, Rice University, Houston, TX;
1997-1999 Assistant Professor, Aalborg University, Department of Control Engineering;
Mar-July 1998 Visiting Researcher, NASA Goddard Space and Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD;
1992-1997 Research Assistant, Aalborg University, Department of Control Engineering.

Education
2002-2005 PhD in Mathematics (differential topology), Department of Mathematical Sciences, Aalborg University;
1994-1997 PhD in Electrical Eng. (control), Department of Control Engineering, Aalborg University;
1987-1992 M.Sc. in Control and Measurements, West Pomeranian University of Technology, Szczecin, Poland.

Project Management Education
2015-2016 Mini MBA, PROBANA Business School;
2008-2009 Research Management Course, Copenhagen Business School;
2000 Scientific Project Management, Aarhus University;
2000 Course in Negotiation, the Danish Leadership Institute.

Management of Scientific Projects
Major grants with him as a principal investigator:

Scientific Publications

Patents

Research Training

Research Profile
The objectives: to establish mathematical formalism for analysis of cyber-physical systems, and to develop numerical methods for solving fundamental control problems for non-linear systems: stability, robustness, and safety.

Service Functions

Participation in Review Panels
European Commission (FP7, H2020), the National Science Foundation (US), the Royal Society (UK), Croatian Science Foundation, the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, the Israel Science Foundation, National Research Foundation (South Africa), National Science Centre (Poland), National Agency for the Evaluation of Universities and Research Institutes (Italy).

Awards