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Division of Systems and Control, Department of Information Technology, Uppsala University (UU).

At the Division of Systems and Control, methodological research is done in the areas of estimation, system identification, signal processing, spectral analysis, fault detection, and automatic control. More applied research areas are within wireless communications, radar and synthetic aperture radar, modelling and control of mechanical systems, process control, environment, and medicine. See www.it.uu.se/research/syscon for more details.
The division belongs to the Department of Information Technology, Uppsala University which has 70 teachers, 30 professors, and approximately 100 PhD students.

The research work in modelling, control and simulation of wastewater treatment plants is lead by Professor Bengt Carlsson.
He has over 20 years of documented experience in modelling, simulation and control of wastewater treatment plants, process control and system identification. He has, for example, developed software sensors for finding critical process parameters for supervision and control, designed and evaluated novel control strategies for wastewater treatment plants, conducted benchmark studies for control of the activated sludge process, developed a control and supervision system for an activated sludge process pilot plant, and been active in developing a new web based simulation platform (JASS). Currently, he is the head of a large national research cluster in wastewater treatment: www.va-malardalen.se In 2011, Professor Carlsson was appointed to IWA fellow.

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Division of Systems and Control, Department of Information Technology, Uppsala University (UU).

At the Division of Systems and Control, methodological research is done in the areas of estimation, system identification, signal processing, spectral analysis, fault detection, and automatic control. More applied research areas are within wireless communications, radar and synthetic aperture radar, modelling and control of mechanical systems, process control, environment, and medicine. See www.it.uu.se/research/syscon for more details.
The division belongs to the Department of Information Technology, Uppsala University which has 70 teachers, 30 professors, and approximately 100 PhD students.

The research work in modelling, control and simulation of wastewater treatment plants is lead by Professor Bengt Carlsson.


He has over 20 years of documented experience in modelling, simulation and control of wastewater treatment plants, process control and system identification. He has, for example, developed software sensors for finding critical process parameters for supervision and control, designed and evaluated novel control strategies for wastewater treatment plants, conducted benchmark studies for control of the activated sludge process, developed a control and supervision system for an activated sludge process pilot plant, and been active in developing a new web based simulation platform (JASS). Currently, he is the head of a large national research cluster in wastewater treatment: www.va-malardalen.se In 2011, Professor Carlsson was appointed to IWA fellow.

 

Project acronym
DIAMOND

Project title
 AdvanceD data management and InformAtics for the optimuM operatiON anD control of wastewater treatment plants


Project reference
FP7-SME-315145

Project coordinator
MSI (Mondragón Sistemas de Información Sociedad Cooperativa)

Start date: 01/09/2012
End date: 30/08/2014


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 This research has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme managed by REA – Research Executive Agency http://ec.europa.eu/research/rea (FP7/2007_2013) under Grant Agreement N.315145

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