santiago jimenez leudo
I am a PhD candidate in Electrical and Computer Engineering - Robotics and Control at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
I study connections between control theory and game theory for scenarios in which the dynamics of the systems are given in terms of hybrid systems, i.e., they might exhibit both continuous and discrete behaviors. My research is focused on the design, development, and analysis of intelligent and autonomous systems. I am interested in the control of multiple agents that belong to networks with communication limitations. At Santa Cruz, we have applications for mobile and flying robots, walking robots and autonomous vehicles.
You can find my CV here.
[Jun '23] I presented our work on switching observers for safety under sensor DoS attacks at the ACC in San Diego, CA.
[Apr '23] I presented our work in hybrid games at the AFOSR Center of Excellence in Assured Autonomy in Contest Environments (AACE) spring review.
[Apr '23] Our paper Online Attack Recovery in Cyber-Physical Systems was accepted to appear in the next issue of IEEE Security & Privacy.
[Mar '23] I presented our work in hybrid games at the 5th NorCal Control Workshop at UC Berkeley on Friday, April 7.
[Feb '23] Our poster on hybrid systems under adversarial scenarios got accepted to ACC 2023.
[Dec '22] Professor Ricardo Sanfelice presented our work on finite-horizon two-player zero-sum hybrid games at the CDC 2022.