My research goal is to develop tools for the analysis and control of nonlinear ordinary equations and also some kinds of partial differential equations. I am interested in applications in communications networks with nonlinear and decentralized dynamics, sparse interconnection and delayed feedback. I am currently working on the use of semidefinite programming for stability analysis of Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia. I have developed some matlab toolboxes which can be used for analysis of differential equations with delays. For a detailed description of my research, please refer to my cv or extended research statement.
Stanford University Ph.D., Aeronautics and Astronautics, March, 2006
Stanford University M.S., Aeronautics and Astronautics, June, 2001
University of Texas at Austin B.S., Aerospace Engineering, December, 1999 B.S., Physics, June, 1999
Analysis and control of dynamic systems including development of optimization-based tools for nonlinear diﬀerential equations; systems with hybrid, nonlinear and decentralized dynamics; sparse interconnection and delayed feedback; and models of tumor growth with emphasis on therapy.
- Aerospace Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
Honors and Awards
- 1994: National Merit Scholar
- 1995: Dedman Merit Scholar
- 1995: Sigma Gamma Tau Aerospace Engineering Honor Society
- 1995: Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society
- 1999: Graduated Cum Laude, The University of Texas at Austin
- 2001: Boeing Graduate Fellow
- 2006: INRIA (French) Postdoctoral Fellow
- 2011: NSF CAREER recipient