Kristian SolteszAssociate Senior Lecturer, Reader, Course completion, Course completion, Course completion,
Research areas and keywords
UKÄ subject classification
- Control Engineering
- Anesthesiology and Intensive Care
My research focuses on medtech applications of automatic control, with examples including closed-loop control of anesthesia and hemodynamic stabilization. I also have an interest in process control.
Department of Automatic Control
Project in Automatic Control (FRTN40). Course responsible, and supervisor of student group 2017, 2018.
PhD Course in Lab Development in Automatic Control (FRT175F). Founder and course responsible of PhD course in Julia for scientific programming 2017.
Project Course in Clinical Innovations (EEML05). Project proposal and supervision, examinor 2017. Project proposal and co-supervision 2018.
Project Course in Electronics (BMEF01). Project proposal and supervision 2016.
Predictive Control (FRTN15). Lab and homework assignment responsible, lab hard- and software development 2016.
PhD Course in Julia programming (FRT120F). Founder and course responsible of PhD course in Julia for scientific programming 2016.
Multivariable Control (FRTN10). Lab software development 2012, 2013.
Mathematical Modeling - Advanced Course (FRT095). Teaching assistant 2011.
Market Driven Systems (FRTN20). Teaching and lab assistant, course material development 2010.
Projects in Automatic Control (FRT090). Teaching assistant and course development 2009, 2010, course responsible 2017.
Predictive Control (FRTN15). Teaching and lab assistant 2009.
Process Control (FRT081). Teaching and lab assistant 2008.
Automatic Control Basic Course (FRT010). Lecturer, Teaching assistant, lab assistant, lab soft- and hardware development 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2015.
During the period 2005-7, I was involved in the following teaching activities at departments other than Automatic Control.
Course material translation. Translation and typesetting of the text- and exercise books of Automatic Basic Course (FRT010) from Swedish to English. 2006.
Mechanics Basic Course, Division of Mechanics. Teaching assistant
Algorithms and Data Structures, Department of Computer Science. Teaching assistant.
Computer Organization, Department of Electrical and Information Technology, formerly Department of Information Technology. Teaching and lab assistant.
Design of Digital Circuits, Department of Electrical and Information Technology, formerly Department of Information Technology. Lab assistant.
2017 (10 days 100 %), 2018 (100 days 100 %, 85 days 40 %)
- Henry (Harry) Pigot. PhD candidate 2019-01-01 -
- Henry (Harry) Pigot. Project assistant 2018-08-01 - 2018-12-31
- Christopher Sturk. Project assistant 2018-03-01 - 2018-08-31
Recent research outputs
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Paper in conference proceeding