NasirUddin Ahmed

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NasirUddin Ahmed
Professor Emeritus

Ph D.
P.Eng.

CBY A-615

Office: (613) 562-5800 ext. 6222

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Biography

Dr. N.U Ahmed has been with the School of EECS since 1968 and as a full professor since 1976. He was the Chairman of the department during 1989-1992.  He had a joint appointment with the department of Mathematics. 

He has graduated more than 35 M.Sc  and 25 Ph.D.  students.  Professor Ahmed is an author of 8 graduate and post graduate level books which are known to specialists around the world.  They cover systems governed by ordinary differential equations, integro-differential equations, partial differential equations, stochastic  differential equations  and abstract differential equations on Banach spaces etc.  His research level   books are  widely studied by specialists .    

He is also the  author of 350 scholarly  papers in the field of systems, control, filtering and communication including stochastic systems and their control and stability.  His interest is broad covering all mathematical aspects of science, engineering, operation research etc.  He has published papers on the dynamics of satellites, space station, suspension bridges, power system network, fluid dynamics, artificial heart, vehicular traffic model, internet  traffic model  and flow control etc.  

He has given more than 15 plenary talks in international conferences. He gave several invited  talks at the Banach Center  in Warsaw and also many talks at special sessions of the AMS.   He is a member of the Editorial Board of more than 12 international journals.  

His current interest is in the field of infinite dimensional  systems governed by neutral stochastic systems  and their optimal  control.

Research Interests

  • Systems: Deterministic, Stochastic, Distributed
  • Differential Equations and Inclusions, Optimal Control
  • Linear and Nonlinear Filtering, Identification
  • Hemodynamics of Artificial Heart
  • Modeling of Space Station, Stability and Control
  • Suspension Bridges and their stability
  • Dynamics of Computer Communication Network and Optimization
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