Alexander Matasov
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Alexander Matasov

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Doctor of Science in Physics and Mathematics, Professor, Leading Researcher, M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia.

Professional Membership:

  • Associate Editor of Journals "Automation and Remote Control";
  • Member of Moscow Mathematical Society (Russia);
  • American Mathematical Society(USA);
  • Academy of Nonlinear Sciences (Russia);
  • Academy of Navigation and Motion Control (Russia);
  • IEEE Control Systems Society (USA).
Publications: 3 monographs, over 150 scientific publications.

Granted from:
  • International Science Foundation (G. Soros Foundation) (1993, 1994);
  • Russian Foundation for Basic Research (1993-1995, 1996-1998, 1999-2000, 2007, 2008-2010, 2011-2013);
  • London Mathematical Society (1995);
  • Russian Ministry of Education (1996-1997, 1998-2001);
  • Royal Society (UK) (1997-1999, 2002-2003);
  • A.M. Lyapunov French-Russian Institute on Informatics and Applied Mathematics (1998-1999);
  • Government of Moscow (2001-2005);
  • Cariplo Foundation, Landau Network-Centro Vollta (Italy) (2004).
Areas of Interest:
  • Navigation;
  • Estimation and Control Theory;
  • Theory of Functional Differential Equations.
Personal web-page:

Selected Publications:
  • Matasov A. Estimators for Uncertain Dynamic Systems, Dordrecht-Boston-London, Kluwer Academic Publishers (1999).
  • Matasov A. Guaranteed Estimation Method, Moscow University Press (2009) (in Russian).
  • Guaranteed Approach and l1-norm Approximation in Parameter Estimation Problems for SDINS under Bench Testing, Moscow University Press (2012) (in Russian), in collaboration with P.A. Akimov and A.V. Derevyankin.
  • Akimov P.A., Matasov A.I. Weight and time recursions in dynamic state estimation problem with mixed-norm cost functions // IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control. 2015, Vol. 60, No.4, pp. 1050-1063.
  • Akimov P.A., Matasov A.I. An iterative algorithm for l1-norm approximation in dynamic estimation problems // Automation and Remote Control. 2015, Vol. 76, No.5, pp. 733-748.

ICS RAS 2016