Martín Jamilis Ricaldoni

Born in La Plata, Argentina, in 1986. Received the B.S.E.E. degree from the National University of La Plata (UNLP) in 2011. In 2016 he obtained his Ph.D. degree for his thesis "Modeling, monitoring and control of biotechnological processes" done at the Laboratory of Industrial Electronics, Control and Instrumentation where he currently develops his research activities. He is also a National Research Council (CONICET) Fellow and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering, UNLP. His main research interests are in control of bioprocesses.

Teaching position Teaching Assistant
Research Category Postdoctoral researcher (CONICET)
email martin.jamilis@ing.unlp.edu.ar
CV (Spanish) CV Jamilis ES (2018-6).pdf
Education Ph.D., Electronic Engineer
Fields of interest Control of bioprocesses Nonlinear control
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Journal Articles

Jamilis M, Garelli F, De Battista H, Volcke EIP.  2019.  Stability and control of a partial nitritation reactor with biomass retention. Chemical Engineering Research and Design. 144:318-333.
Jamilis M, Garelli F, De Battista H, Volcke EIP.  2019.  Operating conditions analysis for a partial nitritation process with biomass retention.. IFAC-PapersOnLine. 52:643-648.
De Battista H, Jamilis M, Garelli F, Picó J.  2018.  Global stabilisation of continuous bioreactors: Tools for analysis and design of feeding laws. Automatica. 89:340-348.
Jamilis M, Garelli F, De Battista H.  2016.  Smooth extremum-seeking control for fed-batch processes. IFAC-PapersOnLine. 49:103-108.
Jamilis M, Garelli F, Mozumder MSalatul Is, Volcke E, De Battista H.  2015.  Specific growth rate observer for the growing phase of a Polyhydroxybutyrate production process. Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering. 38:557-567.
Jamilis M, Garelli F, Mozumder MSI, Castañeda T, De Battista H.  2015.  Modeling and estimation of production rate for the production phase of non-growth associated high cell density processes. Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering. 38:1903-1914.