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Fethi Bencherki

About me

PhD Student at the Department of Automatic Control since Aug 2021. Supervised by Anders Ranzter. I have a MSc in Control Systems where I did my thesis on state-space identification of switched systems. The interested reader can find it here.


Fall 2021

  • FRTN05 - Non-Linear Control and Servo Systems

Spring 2022

  • FRTF05 - Automatic control, basic course for FIPi

Fall 2022

  • FRTF05 - Automatic Control, Basic Course for DE
  • FRTN05 - Non-Linear Control and Servo Systems

Research and Publications

I am within the NEST project and my research interest revolves around developing scalable control approaches for large scale networks. I am also interested in learning-based control and the identification of switched systems. Below is a list of publications and preprints.


Observer based switched-linear system identification

Basis transform in switched linear system state-space models from input-output data



Realization of multi-input/multi-output switched linear systems from Markov parameters

Achieving consensus in networks of increasingly stubborn voters



Google scholar

LU research portal profile




Postal address:
Box 118, SE-221 00 Lund, Sweden

Visiting address:
Kemicentrum KC4, 3N:18
Entrance D, floor 3