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Jean-Pierre Richard has received his Dipl. Eng. in 1979, M.Sc. in Electronics 1979, Ph.D. in Automatic Control 1981, D.Sc. in Physical Sciences 1984 (University of Lille), IEEE SM 1998.

He is presently a Professor at Centrale Lille (French “Grande Ecole”) with the research laboratory CRIStAL CNRS UMR 9189 together with the research center Inria Lille North-Europe.

He is the director of the professional training “Researcher” for the last-year students of Centrale Lille. After serving as scientific head of the joint Inria project-team Non-A (Non-Asymptotic estimation for online systems, 2011-2017) and manager of the CRIStAL group “Control and scientific Computing” (2015-2019), he is now member of the joint Inria team VALSE created in 2019.

His current research mainly concerns dynamical systems with time delays (stability, control, observation, identification, estimation) and their applications in networked control systems (teleoperation via unreliable networks, asynchronous sampling, complexity) and aerodynamics (active flow control). On this topic, he was awarded in 2015 the Automatica best survey paper prize by Elsevier Ltd and the IFAC. He has supervised 31 PhD theses, 3 other ones are Under preparation.

More details on his books, publications, supervisions, collective responsibilities and awards, as well as some lectures and videos, can be found at

Thèses dirigées ou co-encadrées au sein de CRIStAL

Maxime Feingesicht

Contrôle non linéaire actif d’écoulements turbulents décollés : Théorie et expérimentations. Soutenue le 11 décembre 2017

Haik Silm

Estimation distribuée et en temps fini pour les systèmes en réseau Soutenue le 10 juillet 2020

Tatiana Kharkovskaia

Conception d’observateurs par intervalle pour les systèmes à paramètres distribués avec incertitudes Soutenue le 2 décembre 2019

Quentin Voortman

Reduced modelling of large-scale networks

Jijju Thomas

Networks with event triggered coupling

Deesh Dileep

Conception de contrôleurs robustes et décentralisés pour les grands systèmes interconnectés avec retards Soutenue le 6 mars 2020