Available thesis topics:
- 1- Distributed control of multi-robot systems in adversarial environments;
- 2- System identification and state observation for the Carasau bread industrial production: a case study;
- 3- Formal methods for the control of virtual power plants: Large scale contrlo of networks of energy storage devices and TCLs.
- 4- Cyber-physical attacks on the smart grid via compromised virtual power plant: control theoretic point of view.
- 5- Data-driven identification of nonlinear dynamical systems (in collaboration with prof. B.Biggio).
- 6- Distributed control and optimization algorithms for electric demand-side management programs.
- 7- Dynamic consensus algorithms for multi-agent systems.
- 8- Other topics chosen/proposed by the student.
Depending on the choosen thesis the work includes theoretical development, numerical analisys with Matlab and (in only a few cases) experimental validation depending on the topic.
Research scholarships are available for motivated students (starting on oct. 2020).
Contact: M. Franceschelli, email@example.com