Autonomous Systems Theory - Paulo Tabuada, Ph.D.
Paulo Tabuada's main research interests cover a range of topics which could be described as a modern systems theory. In particular, he is interested in modeling, analysis, and control of real-time, embedded, networked and distributed cyber-physical systems. Dr. Tabuada also directs the Cyber-Physical Systems Laboratory (CyPhyLab), which conducts research at the intersection of computation, communication, and control.
Honors and Awards
- IEEE Fellow, 2017.
- EMSOFT Best Paper Award, 2016.
- ICCPS Best Paper Award, 2016.
- IEEE CSS Antonio Ruberti Young Researcher Prize, 2015.
- ICC Best Student Paper Award, 2015.
- ICCPS Best Paper Award, 2014.
- Plenary speaker, NecSys, 2013.
- IEEE CSS George S. Axelby Award, 2011.
- EMSOFT Best Paper Award, 2010.
- Plenary speaker, WODES, 2010.
- Semi-plenary Speaker, ACC, 2010.
- AACC Donald P. Eckman Award, 2009.
- NSF CAREER Award, 2005.