Romain Postoyan - CNRS researcher in control engineering at CRAN, Université de Lorraine (Nancy, France)
2 M.Sc. projects in 2024. We have two open positions for 6-month MS.c. projects starting in February-April 2024. One project is dedicated to the combination of observers and neural networks for battery estimation (link), one to the modeling and control of Urbanloop pods (link). Feel free to contact me if you are interested.
Edited Springer book on Hybrid and Networked Dynamical Systems to appear in 2024. More information is available by clicking here.
ANR OLYMPIA. Our national proposal on control by neuro-dynamic programming has been granted for 2024-2028. We are thus looking for 3 PhD students (1 in Nancy, 1 in Lyon, 1 in Toulouse) to work on the fields of dynamic programming, neural networks and optimal control starting from fall 2024. More information to come soon.
IFAC ACNDC 2024. We are thrilled to share the call for papers for the 7th IFAC Conference on Analysis and Control of Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos (ACNDC24) (previously known as IFAC CHAOS) to be held in London on June 5-7 2024. Consider submit your best contributions! More information is available by clicking here.
I was born in Paris, in 1982. I got the ``Ingénieur'' degree in Electrical and Control Engineering from the ENSEEIHT (Toulouse, France) and the MSc by Research in Control Theory and its Applications from Coventry University (U.K.) in 2005 and 2006 respectively. I obtained the PhD in Control Engineering from Université Paris-Sud, L2S-CNRS, SUPELEC (Gif-sur-Yvette, France) in 2009. From February to September 2010, I was a Research Assistant (Post-doc) in the Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department of the University of Melbourne (Australia). I am a CNRS researcher at the Centre de Recherche en Automatique de Nancy (CRAN) in Nancy (France) since 2011. I got the ``Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches (HDR)'' in 2019 from Université de Lorraine (Nancy, France).
Research Interests (keywords)
Networked control systems, event-triggered control
Stability, Lyapunov methods
Application: electrochemical batteries.