Doctoral Track Student
Dissertation/Research Advisor: Dr. S. Farokh Atashzar
My research focuses on understanding the patterns and behaviors of networked dynamic systems and developing control laws to ensure system stability and convergence. The practical applications of my research are primarily relevant to epidemic control and networked robotics. In the context of epidemic control, the primary goal is to restrain and stabilize the spread of diseases. This requires considering the dynamic behavior of individual nodes, such as states within a networked society, and the interactions between these nodes. I emphasize the pressing need to establish a synergy between urban science policies and methods in my work. Additionally, I devote considerable attention to addressing fundamental mathematical challenges. The solutions derived from these efforts have broad applicability and can be extended to various networked dynamic systems.