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Erik I. Verriest joined the faculty of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering in 1980 and spent the 1991-92, 1993-94 and 1994-95 academic years at Georgia Tech-Lorraine. Previously, he was employed by the Control Systems Laboratory and the Hybrid Computation Centre in Ghent, Belgium, where he worked on process simulation and control.
Verriest has contributed to the application of the theory of systems over finite fields in cryptography, data compression and sensitivity analysis of array algorithms with applications in estimation and control and algorithms for optical computing. More recently, he contributed to the theory of periodic and hybrid systems, delay—differential systems, model reduction for nonlinear systems and control with communication constraints.
Additionally, Verriest served on several IPCs and is a member of the IFAC Committee on Linear Systems. He was named a Francqui Fellow in 1974 by the Belgian American Educational Foundation.
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