I am a postdoctoral researcher at GRASP (General Robotics, Automation, Sensing and Perception) laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania. I am working under the supervision of professor George J. Pappas, and currently supported by the TerraSwarm Research Center. My research interests focus on design, analysis and optimization of large scale dynamical systems.

I received my Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Carnegie Mellon University, and Instituto Superior Técnico from University of Lisbon (dual degree), in 2014. I also got BSc and MSc degrees in Applied Mathematics from
Instituto Superior Técnico in 2007 and 2009, respectively.


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7
Jul
2016


 


2016 American Control Conference

Co-Recipient of the 2016 O. Hugo Schuck Award in the Theory Category

6-8
Jul
2016


 


2016 American Control Conference

Co-Organizer and Co-Chair::
Neuroscience and Control
(Invited Session)

Co-Chair::
Stability of Linear Systems I

 
1
Apr
2016

 Our IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control paper ranked 14th in the  popular papers in this journal during February 2016 (more)


26
Feb
2016


 


Congratulations Cassiano!
Best poster presentation, at the Drexel IEEE Graduate Forum Research Symposium, about our paper "
Accurately Predicting Functional Connectivity from Diffusion Imaging"


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  Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering
School of Engineering and Applied Science

University of Pennsylvania
363 Levine Hall
3330 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6309

sergo (at) seas (dot) upenn (dot) edu


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