Peter Falster works with array-based technology which is applied within configuration of products and systems – among other things safety-critical systems for railway interlocking and power supply and administrative planning systems. His main research themes are: systems theory, array theory, array-based logic including solving complex constraint problems, production management, aspects of product life cycles, supply chain management and geographical information systems.
Peter Falster is professor at the Section for Computer Science and Engineering at Informatics and Mathematical Modelling (IMM). His is civil engineer in electric power engineering from DTU (1966) and Ph.d. in Systems Science. Peter Falster is responsible for teaching in Array-based Logic and Systems and Distributed Embedded Systems. Additionally, he supervise bachelor/ master students and Ph.d. students. He has experience from participation in several EU research projects and assisted as opponent at more than 20 doctor and Ph.d. dissertations and member of the editorial board of an international journal within Operations Management.
He is author and co-author to more than 90 research papers, books and reports and has received civilingeniør A.R. Angelo’s award (1981) and IFIP silver core (1983).
Publication: Research › Ph.d. thesis – Annual report year: 2008
Publication: Research › Ph.d. thesis – Annual report year: 2007
Publication: Research - peer-review › Article in proceedings – Annual report year: 2007
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