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Joe Alan Roman Flores

Postgraduate research student

Joe A. Roman Flores received a Bachelor's Degree in Electronics Engineering at the Instituto Tecnologico de Ciudad Madero in 2012, with specialty in Mechatronics. In 2015, he obtained the Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering at the same institute. He is a PhD Student at the University of Southampton since September 2015 and is currently working in Identification Theory.


Research interests

Currently my main research interests are in the field of system identification for linear time-varying systems (LTV) using duality. The connection between the external structure of a system (e.g. inputs and outputs) and the internal one (e.g. states) is defined in terms of duality. This crucial connection allows to develop identification procedures for systems presenting time-varying processes. Duality-based approach for system identification has shown advantages in the identification of Hamiltonian systems due to the induced lossless conditions.



B.Eng. Electronics Engineering, Instituto Tecnologico de Ciudad Madero, Mexico, 2012.

M.Eng. Electrical Engineering, Instituto Tecnologico de Ciudad Madero, Mexico, 2015.


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