Gregor Gregorčič gregor gregorčič Gregor Gregorcic gregor gregorcic

 



Email:
gregor at gregorcic dot net

Nationality:
Slovene, born in Novo mesto.

Qualifications held:
Ph.D. in Control engineering,
University College Cork, Ireland, 2004

Thesis title:
Data-based Modelling of Nonlinear Systems for Control

Current positions:
- Senior R&D engineer at AVL in Graz, Austria
- Guest professor at TU Vienna. Course: Modelling and System Identification for Model Based Control

 

Research Interests:

- Nonlinear modelling and control
- System identification
- Multiple model approaches to modelling and control
- Gaussian Processes for regression, prediction, modelling and control
- Adaptive control
- Thermal and energy managemant
- Hybrid and electrical propulsion systems
- Hardware in the loop (HIL) systems

Some selected publications:
G. Gregorcic, Florian Oberlechner and Peter Drage. Modeling and control of thermal cycles in vehicle electrification. In Proceedings of the IEEE 25th Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation (MED), pages 198–203, Valletta, Malta, Jul. 2017.

Oliver Koenig, Gregor Gregorcic, and Stefan Jakubek. Model predictive control of a DCDC converter for battery emulation. Control Engineering Practice, 21(4):428– 440, Apr. 2013.

Gregor Gregorcic and Gordon Lightbody.
Gaussian Process Internal Model Control.
International Journal of Systems Science, 43(11):2079–2094, Nov. 2012

Gregor Gregorcic and Gordon Lightbody.
Nonlinear Model-based Control of Highly Non-linear Processes.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, Volume 34, Issues 8, August 2010, Pages 1268-1281.

Gregor Gregorcic and Gordon Lightbody.
Gaussian Process Approach for Modelling of Nonlinear Systems.
Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, Volume 22, Issues 4-5, June 2009, Pages 522-533.

Gregor Gregorcic and Gordon Lightbody.
Nonlinear System Identification: From Multiple Model Networks to Gaussian Processes.
Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, Volume 21, Issue 7, Oct. 2008, Pages 1035-1055.

Gregor Gregorcic and Gordon Lightbody.
Local Model Network Identification with Gaussian Processes.
IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks, Volume 18, Issue 5, Sep. 2007 Pages: 1404-1423.

Stephen Faul, Gregor Gregorcic, Geraldine Boylan, William Marnane, Gordon Lightbody and Sean Connolly.
Gaussian Process Modeling of EEG for the Detection of Neonatal Seizures.
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, Volume 54, Issue 12, Dec. 2007 Pages: 2151-2162.

Gregor Gregorcic and Gordon Lightbody.
Gaussian Process Approaches to Nonlinear Modelling for Control.
A book chapter in: Intelligent Control Systems Using Computational Intelligence Techniques,
A. E. Ruano, editor, IEE Intelligent Control Series, IEE, 2005.


A full publication list is available here (46KB pdf document).
My Citations at Google Scholar are available here.


Places you can find me this winter:
  Graz: most of the time.
   
   
   
   
   
   





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