I am an invited speaker at the workshop Geometric constraint systems: rigidity, flexibility and applications, held at Lancaster University from June 11-14.
I am teaching a course on Multi-Agent Systems at the University of Padua this spring.
I will be giving an invited talk at the 2019 SICE International Symposium on Control Systems in Kumamoto, Japan
Myself, Prof. Mehran Mesbahi, and Prof. M. Ali Belabbas organized a tutorial session at the 2018 CDC held in Miami, FL. The tutorial aimed to provide an overview of the important role that graph theory plays in systems and controls theory.
Slides from the session are available here.
CDC Tutorial on Graph Theory in Systems and Control – Part I
CDC Tutorial on Graph Theory in Systems and Control – Part II
CDC Tutorial on Graph Theory in Systems and Control – Part III
CDC Tutorial on Graph Theory in Systems and Control – Part IV
I will be giving an invited talk at the 2nd Symposium on Swarm Behavior and Bio-inspired Robotics (SWARM) on Oct. 30 in Kyoto, Japan. My talk is titled Sensor Modalities in Multi-Robot Coordination: Constraints and Solutions.
I am pleased to announce that together with my colleagues Antonio Franchi (LAAS-CNRS), Paolo Robuffo Giordano (IRISA-CNRS) and Sébastien Briot (LS2N-CNRS), we are organizing a workshop for the upcoming IFAC World Congress (Toulouse, FR) entitled Rigidity Theory for Multi-Agent Systems Meets Parallel Robotics. We invite you to participate and submit 1-page abstracts for an interactive session at the workshop.
More information can be found on the workshop website.
I will be giving a talk at the ICSEE 2016 Symposium on Control Theory and Power Engineering on Thursday, Nov. 17, in Eilat. I will speak about our recent works on Fekete points, formation control, and the balancing problem.
The invited session proposal, “Rigidity Theory for Problems in Multi-agent Coordination,” was accepted for the 2015 CDC. This proposal, organized together with Dr. Paolo Robuffo Giordano (CNRS IRISA) and Dr. Antonio Franchi (CNRS-LAAS), brings together a collection of papers focused on the use of rigidity theory for problems related to formation control, localization, and other coordination problems.