David Mayne

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David Quinn Mayne, FRS, FIEEE, FREng[1] (born 23 April 1930) is a British academic, engineer, teacher and author.

Career

Mayne began his career in 1950 as a lecturer at the University of the Witwatersrand (1950–54; 1957–59).

He lectured at Imperial College London from 1959-67. He was a Research Fellow at Harvard (1971). At Imperial College he was professor of control theory (1971–91) as well as concurrently heading the Department of Electrical Engineering (1984–88).

He was a professor in the Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of California, Davis from 1989-96. From 1996 he has been a professor emeritus.

He was named honorary professor at Beihang University in Beijing in 2006.

Awards and affiliations

Selected publications

References

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