Romeo Ortega

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Romeo Ortega
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Citizenship Mexican
Alma mater National University of Mexico
Known for
Scientific career
Fields Control systems
Institutions Supélec

Romeo Ortega was born in Mexico, French scientist, distinguished professor, head of Adaptive and nonlinear control systems lab (St. Petersburg, Russia).


Year Degree University
1974 BSc in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering National University of Mexico, Mexico
1978 Master of Engineering Polytechnical Institute of Leningrad (now Saint Petersburg), USSR
1984 Docteur D`Etat Polytechnical Institute of Grenoble, France


Year Position University
1984-1989 Lecture Polytechnical Institute of Grenoble, France[1]
1987-1988 Visiting Professor University of Illinois, USA
1991-1992 Visiting Professor McGill University, Canada
1992–present CNRS Research Director Laboratoire de Signaux et Systemes (SUPELEC), France
2013–present Head of laboratory Adaptive and nonlinear control systems lab of ITMO University


In 1990-1991 Romeo Ortega was a fellow of the Japan Society for Promotion of Science. Since June 1992 Romeo Ortega is a member of the French National Researcher Council CNRS). Since 1999 he is a Fellow Member of the IEEE.


Professor Ortega authored and co-authored more than 550 papers with more than 10000 citations. His h-index is 66 (July 2015).[2]

See also


  1. ^ "Personal webpage of Romeo Ortega".
  2. ^ "Publications of Ortega, Roméo S. (Scopus Database)".
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