He is the author of some 170 publications dealing with subjects of a methodological nature such as analysis of the
structural properties of linear and bilinear dynamic systems, the development of canonical representations for these
systems and their identification from generic input/output noise-corrupted sequences and with applications of
system theory methodologies in determining dynamic models for industrial processes (electric, chemical, petrochemical),
natural (reservoirs and storages of natural gas, Lakes Erie and Ontario and the Adriatic Sea) and economic (models
of the Dutch and Italian economies). His last book, Multivariable System Identification: From Observations to
Models, has been published in February, 2003.
He is a reviewer for several national and international magazines (IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, Automatica
(for which he has acted as Associate Guest Editor), C-TAT, Systems & Control Letters, International Journal of Control,
Zentralblatt für Mathematik, Mathematical Reviews, Ricerche di Automatica, The International Journal of Modelling and
Simulation) and has acted as Chairman of international congresses such as MECO'78, the 5th IFAC Symposium on
Identification and System Parameter Estimation, MTNS 91, 93, 96 and 98.
He has been visiting professor at Washington University (St. Louis, Missouri), Brown University (Providence, Rhode
Island), the University of Florida (Gainesville, Florida) and the Technische Hogeschool Eindhoven (Eindhoven, Holland)
and, by invitation, has held seminars at Italian and foreign universities, among them Washington University, the ETH,
Zürich, the University of Florida, the Technische Hogeschool Eindhoven, Kaiserlautern Polytechnic, the Katholieke
Universiteit Leuven, the University of Athens as well as research organizations like the International Institute of
Applied Systems Analysis, the International Atomic Energy Agency and UNESCO. He was also main invited speaker at the
1986 Benelux Meeting on Systems and Control.
He has collaborated with various industries in the development of advanced projects, among them management systems for
a gas pipeline network (SNAM, Milan), satellite navigation systems (Elettronica, Rome), computerized injection systems
for gasoline propulsors (Weber, Bologna), software for the identification of natural gas reservoirs (Agip Mineraria,
Milan), tracking and data fusion (ITALTEL, Milan), early diagnosis in railway systems (SASIB, Bologna).
In 1977 he was elected Coordinator of the subgroup Systems and Control Theory of G.R.A.S. (Group of Researchers of
Automatics and System Science) and, in 1978, representative of the research personnel in G.N.A.S. (National Group of
Automatics and Science Systems) in the G.N.A.S. Scientific Council. Since its foundation he has been a member of the
Interdepartmental Research Centre on Sea Sciences of the University of Bologna and has coordinated, from 1984 to 1996,
the research group of Bologna University in the national project Identification, Control and Optimization of Dynamical
Systems. He is also coordinator of the group participating to the European project SIMONET (System Identification and
MOdelling NETwork) and of the research group STING (System Theory and IdentificatioN Group).
His present research interests concern filtering-oriented identification of dynamic processes and blind channel
equalization as well as the investigation of advanced network-oriented educational technologies.
Prof. Guidorzi is mentioned in the International Directory of Distinguished Leadership of the American Biographical
Institute, in Longman's Who's Who in Science, in Marquis' Who's Who in the World and Who's Who in Science and
Engineering and in Who's Who in World Oil and Gas of the Financial Times.