Graduated Doctoral Students:
- Radu-Corduţ David (April 2015), thesis title: "Contributions to modeling and optimization of fuzzy control systems".
- Mircea-Bogdan Rădac (September 2011), thesis title: "Iterative Techniques for Controller Tuning".
- Ovidiu Baniaş (May 2009), thesis title: "Contributions to urban road traffic control using a wireless sensor network as traffic detector" (in Romanian: Contributii la conducerea traficului rutier urban utilizand o retea de senzori wireless ca detector de trafic).
- Zsuzsa Preitl (April 2008), thesis title: "Model Based Design Methods for Speed Control Applications".
Currently Supervised Doctoral Students:
- Marian-Dan Rarinca (since 2016) approaching the subject "Signal processing algorithms applied to automation".
- Ioan-Daniel Borlea (since 2015) approaching the subject "Big Data information processing algorithms".
- Teodor-Adrian Teban (since 2015) approaching the subject "Modeling and control solutions for an artificial hand".
- Raul-Cristian Roman (since 2014) approaching the subject "Model-free techniques for controller tuning".
- Ion-Cornel Mituleţu (since 2014) approaching the subject "Control solutions for shape memory alloys".
- Emil-Ioan Voişan (since 2012) approaching the subject "Algorithms for behavioral control of robots".
- Constantin Purcaru (since 2011) approaching the subject "Collaborative algorithms for mobile robot control".
- Lucian-Ovidiu Fedorovici (since 2010) approaching the subject "Printed character recognition solutions".
- Lavinia Elena Dragomir (since 2008) approaching the subject "Methods and instruments for automated information extraction".
- Adrian Sebastian Paul (since 2006) approaching the subject "Contributions to automatic control problems in digital audio signal processing".