I am currently pursuing my doctoral degree at the Automatic Control Laboratory at LTH under the supervision of Prof. Anders Rantzer since August 2019.
I was a graduate research assistant at Automatic Control Laboratory (IfA) at ETH Zurich from December 2016 to January 2019, where I mainly worked on system-theoretic solutions to synchronisation problems arising in power systems following disturbances in today's microgrids, consisting in particular of interconnected DC/AC converters.
Here you can find an overview presentation of my previous work at ETH.
I received both my Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Cybernetics Engineering (Technische Kybernetik) from University of Stuttgart in Germany in 2013 and 2016. My university studies were founded on the understanding of dynamical systems and rooted in the mathematical theory of control. System and control find application in many fields ranging from power system, economy to living organisms.
A detailed version of my academic and professional curriculum can be found here.
My research interests are related to theory of modelling and control of networked systems or the so-called multi-agent systems.
I am always both excited and curious about related engineering applications: power systems, social and biological applications (such as the study of gene regulatory networks and the differentiation of Mesenchymal stem cells).