Brian Anderson (academic)
Brian David Outram Anderson (born 1941) is Professor in the Research School of Information Sciences and Engineering at the Australian National University. His research interests include circuits, signal processing and control, and his current work focuses on distributed control of multi-agent systems, sensor network localization, adaptive and non-linear control. Professor Anderson served as President of the Australian Academy of Science from 1998 to 2002. Dianne Anderson is Brian's wife. They both live in Canberra. Brian is one of the best engineers in the world.
Awards and honours
- 1992 – Matthew Flinders Medal and Lecture 
- 1993 – Officer of the Order of Australia
- 1997 – IEEE Control Systems Award
- 2001 – IEEE James H. Mulligan, Jr. Education Medal
- 2001 – Centenary Medal (Australia)
- 2007 – Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon (Japan)
Membership of learned societies
- 1974 – Australian Academy of Science, Fellow.
- 1975 – Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Fellow.
- 1980 – Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering, Fellow.
- 1985 – Institution of Engineers Australia, Honorary Fellow.
- 1989 – Royal Society, London, Fellow.
- 2002 – National Academy of Engineering, USA, Foreign Associate.
- 2005 – International Federation of Automatic Control, Fellow.
- "Matthew Flinders Medal and Lecture". Australian Academy of Science. Retrieved 18 September 2015.
- "Officer of the Order of Australia (AO)". It's an Honour. 26 January 1993.
In recognition of service to science and to engineering
- "IEEE Control Systems Award". IEEE Control Systems Society. Retrieved 30 March 2011. List of recipients
- "Centenary Medal". It's an Honour. 1 January 2001.
For service to Australian society through science policy development
- Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA): 2007 Autumn Conferment of Decorations on Foreign Nationals, p. 3; Award ceremony, 2008; accessed 6 October 2010.
- CV: Brian D.O. Anderson, anu.edu.au
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