Dr. Walter Lucia
I am currently an Assistant Professor at the Concordia Institute
for Information Systems Engineering, Concordia University,
Canada. I received an M.Sc. in automation engineering (2011)
and a Ph.D. in Systems and Computer Engineering (2015) from the
University of Calabria, Italy, under the supervision of Professor
Giuseppe Franze'. In 2013, I was a visiting research
scholar in the ECE Department at Northeastern University
(USA), where I worked with Professor
Mario Sznaier. In 2015, I was visiting postdoctoral
researcher in the ECE Department at Carnegie Mellon University
(USA), where I collaborated with Professor
Bruno Sinopoli. My current research interests include
control of unmanned vehicles, switching systems, fault-tolerant
control, model predictive control, and resilient control of
cyber-physical systems. Since July 2017, I am the Chair of the
IEEE Systems, Man and Cybernetics Society, Montreal Chapter
LATEST RELEVANT NEWS:
June 2018: Journal Paper "A Hybrid
Command Governor Scheme for Rotating Wings Unmanned Aerial
Vehicles," Under Minor Review for IEEE
Transactions on Control System Technology journal.
May 2018 : Conference Paper "Verification
and Control of Hybrid Systems Under Safety Requirements,"
accepted for IFAC Symposium on Robust Control Design
March 2018: 3 Conference Papers
have been submitted to the IEEE Conference on
Decision and Control (CDC 2018).
January 2018: Journal Paper "A
supervisor-based control architecture for constrained
cyber-physical systems subject to network attacks,"
Under Review for IEEE Transactions on Automatic
October 2017: Journal Paper, "A
Set-theoretic Reconfiguration Feedback Control Scheme Against
Simultaneous Stuck Actuators," accepted for
publication in the IEEE Transactions on Automatic
July 2017 : Conference Paper "Multi-vehicle
formation control in uncertain environments," accepted for
IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC
2017), Melbourne (Australia), December, 2017.
May 2017 : Journal Paper “Command
Governor for constrained switched systems with scheduled model
transition dwell times,” accepted for
publication in the International Journal of Robust
and Nonlinear Control, 2017.