Modeling and control of heterogeneous (distributed) complex systems
The main research topics are:
Dealing with Heterogeneity Modeling
Identification and development of mathematical models for the formal description of homogeneous components of heterogeneous realistic control systems, including process, actuators, microprocessors, communications infrastructure and wired and/or wireless.
Dealing with heterogeneity
Analysis and Control: efficient algorithms for analysis, formal verification and design of control of laws that are correct-by-project in the presence of non-ideality.
Dealing with Distributed Figure
Design of controllers, observers and diagnosers distributed.
Dealing with Complexity
Study of modular and hierarchical methods for modeling and formal analysis of large-scale complex systems.
Dealing with Security
Study of methodologies for intrusion detection and security in a network control system