L-infinity Gain Analysis of Positive Delay Systems
James Lam received a B.Sc. (1st Hons.) degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Manchester, and was awarded the Ashbury Scholarship, the A.H. Gibson Prize, and the H. Wright Baker Prize for his academic performance. He obtained the M.Phil and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Cambridge. He is a recipient of the Croucher Foundation Scholarship and Fellowship, the Outstanding Researcher Award of the University of Hong Kong, and the Distinguished Visiting Fellowship of the Royal Academy of Engineering. He is a Cheung Kong Chair Professor, Ministry of Education, China. Prior to joining the University of Hong Kong in 1993 where he is now Chair Professor of Control Engineering, Professor Lam held lectureships at the City University of Hong Kong and the University of Melbourne. Professor Lam is a Chartered Mathematician, Chartered Scientist, Chartered Engineer, Fellow of Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Fellow of Institution of Engineering and Technology, Fellow of Institute of Mathematics and Its Applications, and Fellow of Institution of Mechanical Engineers. He is Editor-in-Chief of IET Control Theory and Applications and Journal of The Franklin Institute, Subject Editor of Journal of Sound and Vibration, Editor of Asian Journal of Control, Senior Editor of Cogent Engineering, Associate Editor of Automatica, International Journal of Systems Science, Multidimensional Systems and Signal Processing, and Proc. IMechE Part I: Journal of Systems and Control Engineering. He is a member of the IFAC Technical Committee on Networked Systems, and Engineering Panel (Joint Research Schemes), Research Grant Council, HKSAR. His research interests include model reduction, robust synthesis, delay, singular systems, stochastic systems, multidimensional systems, positive systems, networked control systems and vibration control. He is a Highly Cited Researcher in Engineering (Thomson Reuters, 2014, 2015, 2016) and Computer Science (Thomson Reuters, 2015).