Postdoctoral Fellow,

Department of Automatic Control, KTH Royal Institute of Technology,

Supervisor: Prof. Karl. H. Johansson.

Email: pirani [at] kth [dot] se

Education:

Thesis Title: Reliable Vehicle State and Parameter Estimation.

Research Interests:

My research concerns the analysis and design of resilient and reliable control systems, with particular emphasis on network control systems. Applications of network control systems are ubiquitous; however, I am specifically working on automotive and intelligent transportation systems.


News:

Visited Automatic Control Department at Lund University, hosted by Prof. Karl. J. Åström.

Will attend the 7th IFAC Workshop on Distributed and Control in Networked Systems, Groningen, Netherlands, Aug 2018.

Nominated as a member of the technical committee on smart cities, IEEE Control Systems Society.

I will attend the 8th Biannual Meeting on Systems and Control Theory, University of Toronto, 7-9 May.

I will visit Control Group at Queen's University, hosted by Bahman Gharesifard in 2-3 May.

I will be the co-organizer of an invited session in CDC 2018 on “Resilient Control of Cyber-Physical Systems”, Miami Beach, FL.

I will be the co- organizer of Smart Cities Summer School, at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, 2-6 July.

Will talk at the 1st Workshop on Cyber-Physical Systems Security and Resilience, in CPS week,Portugal.

I will join the Department of Automatic Control at KTH as a postdoc in January 2018, working with Prof. Karl. H. Johansson.

Visited Department of Automatic Control at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden.

Defended my Ph.D. on Aug 17th.

56th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Melbourn, Dec 2017.

Submitted paper on "Cooperative Vehicle Speed Fault Diagnostics and Correction".

Paper "Distributed Robust Vehicle State Estimation" accepted for presentation in IEEE- IV 2017, CA, USA.

Submitted paper on "System- Theoretic Performance Metrics forLow- Inertia Stability of Power Networks".

Will present "H∞Performance of Mechanical and Power Networks" in IFAC World Congress, France.


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