Lennart Ljung - Notable Honors and Awards

Notable Honors and Awards

  • IEEE Fellow (1985)
  • Member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (1985)
  • Member of the Swedish Academy of Sciences (1995)
  • Doctor honoris causa Baltic State Technical University (1996)
  • Doctor honoris causa Uppsala University (1998)
  • Honorary Member of the Hungarian Academy of Engineering Sciences (2001)
  • Quazza Medal (2002)
  • Hendrik W. Bode Lecture Prize, awarded by IEEE Control Systems Society (2002)
  • Foreign Associate of the United States National Academy of Engineering (2004)
  • Doctor honoris causa Universite de Technologie de Troyes (2004)
  • Doctor honoris causa Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (2004)
  • IEEE Control Systems Award (2007)
  • Doctor honoris causa Helsinki University of Technology (2008)

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