Algebraic and Optimization techniques for Cyber-Physical systems

Prof. Raphaël Jungers

University of Louvain

Raphaël Jungers is a FNRS Professor at UCLouvain, Belgium. His main interests lie in the fields of Computer Science, Graph Theory, Optimization and Control. He received a Ph.D. in Mathematical Engineering from UCLouvain (2008), and a M.Sc. in Applied Mathematics, both from the Ecole Centrale Paris, (2004), and from UCLouvain (2005). He has held various invited positions, at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (2008-2009), at the Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2009-2010), at the University of L´Aquila (2011, 2013, 2016), and at the University of California Los Angeles (2016-2017). He is a FNRS, BAEF, and Fulbright fellow. He has been an Associate Editor for the IEEE CSS Conference Editorial Board, and the journals NAHS, Systems and Control Letters, and IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control. He was the recipient of the IBM Belgium 2009 award and a finalist of the ERCIM Cor Baayen award 2011. He was the co-recipient of the SICON best paper award 2013-2014.


Modern control systems are more and more complex. Not only are they impacted by increasingly complicated and multiple constraints (sustainability, privacy, security, resilence, etc.), they are also subject to the increasingly... [ view full abstract ]


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