T he Technical University of Crete (TUC) was established in 1977 in Chania, Greece, and admitted its first students in 1984. The mission of the institution is to develop modern Engineering specialties, to place emphasis on research in fields of advanced technology as well as to establish close cooperation with the industry. Technical University of Crete is ranked amongst the most prominent research institutions in Greece. The Dynamic Systems and Simulation Laboratory (DSSL) within TUC’s School of Production Engineering and Management was founded in 1988 and is located at the campus of the Technical University of Crete. Since 1994, DSSL has been directed by Prof. Markos Papageorgiou. The staff of DSSL includes some 20 professors, lecturers, researchers, graduate and undergraduate students and has profound knowledge and broad experience in the theories of modelling, simulation, optimization, automatic control, and their practical application to traffic and transportation systems, water networks, production systems, and further areas.
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