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Name: Dionyssios Evangelatos
Position: Assistant Professor
Address: Physics Building 5, 2nd floor
Tel: (00)30 210 727 6712, (00)30 210 727 6869
Fax: (00)30 210 727 6801
e-mail: devang[at]phys.uoa.gr



  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Degree for Control and Systems, University of Sheffield, 1984
  • Diploma of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, National Technical University of Athens

Research Interests

  • Stability and stabilisability of large scale systems.
  • Interconnected control systems.
  • Potential structural properties (inverse, controllability, observability, decoupling, reachability etc).
  • Decomposition of large, sparse control systems.
  • Boolean, graph-theoretic and combinatorial approach to control.
  • Structural constraints and decentralised control.
  • Feedback of states and outputs of control systems.



  • Introduction to Automatic Control Systems


  •  Control I
  •  Control II

Selected Publications

  • D.S. Evangelatos: “Decomposition for augmented forms of large scale systems”, International Journal of Systems Science, 1995, Vol. 26, No. 2, pp. 387-412 .
  • D.S. Evangelatos: “Structurally fixed modes: decomposition and reachability”, Journal of the Franklin Institute, 1990, Vol.327, No. 4, pp. 527-549 .
  • D.S. Evangelatos and H. Nicholson: “Reachability matrix and relation to large scale systems”, International Journal of Control, 1988, Vol. 47, No. 5, pp. 1163-1177.
  • D.S. Evangelatos: “Reachability matrix by partitioning and related boolean results”, Journal of the Franklin Institute, 1989, Vol. 326, No. 3, pp. 409-419.
  • D.S. Evangelatos: “Graph theoretic and boolean conditions for structurally fixed modes of augmented system forms”, Journal of the Franklin Institute – Engineering and Applied Mathematics, 1998, Vol. 335B, No. 6, pp. 1041-1051.

Research Work

He published a number of works in international scientific Journals, in international scientific and regulatory Conferences (responsibility for national positions of the telecommunication administration), and specialised technical reports to the Ministries and the Parliament.

He has contributed to the large scale systems theory (stability, decentralised control, graph-theoretic analysis and design). He introduced the structural matrix inverse to control systems, the properties of controllability by partitioning, criteria for stabilisation by state and output feedback and new methods for decomposition of interconnected systems.