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Dr Lejun Chen

Research Fellow

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Telephone: 01392 723657

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Dr Lejun Chen was born in China. He got his Ph.D degree in Electronics Engineering in Control Group, Department of Electronics, the University of York. Since September 2013, he has been appointed to the position of Research Fellow at University of Exeter.

His current research interests include model-based fault detection and fault tolerant control, and their applications to aerospace systems, system modelling, optimization techniques, and Multi-rate digital control.

He is a reviewer of several journals and conferences, e.g. Automatica, IEEE transactions on Control Systems Technology, International Journal of Robust and Nonlinear Control, European Journal of Control, Control Engineering Practice, International Journal of System Science, Asian Journal of Control, ACC, CDC, MSC, ACA, Systol and SAFEPROCESS.

He has been involved into several projects:

- EU-FP7 project "Advanced Fault Diagnosis for Sustainable Flight Guidance and Control (ADDSAFE)" with participation for Airbus (France), DLR (Germany), STZAKI (Hungary), CNRS-IMS (France) and the Universities of Delft (The Netherlands), Leicester (U.K.) , Hull (U.K.) and Deimos (Spain).

The webpage of the project is: http://addsafe.deimos-space.com/

- HEIF5 infrastructure funded wind turbine fault tolerant control project.

The webpage of the project is: http://www.hull.ac.uk/administration/cass/currentprojects/faulttolerantcontroloswt.aspx

- EU-FP7 project "Reconfiguration of Control in Flight for Integral Global Upset Recovery (RECONFIGURE)". with participation for Airbus (France), DLR (Germany), STZAKI (Hungary), ONERA (France) and the Universities of Delft (The Netherlands), Exeter (U.K.), Cambridge(U.K.) and Deimos (Spain).

The webpage of the project is: http://reconfigure.deimos-space.com/

- EU (Horizon 2020)-Japan project "Validation of Integrated Safety-enhanced Intelligent flight cONtrol (VISION)". This project aims at developing smart fault tolerant schemes for improving aircraft GNC based on the robust control technology or the vision-based system. The developed scheme will be flight tested on manned aircraft in Tokyo.

The webpage of the project is: http://w3.onera.fr/h2020_vision/

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