PhD-Award

ANNUAL European PhD Award

on Control for Complex and Heterogeneous Systems

The EECI PhD Award (1000 EUR) is given annually in recognition of the best PhD thesis in Europe in the field of Control for Complex and Heterogeneous Systems

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Prizewinners since 2007:

PhD Award year
Awarded to
Home University & Defense date
PhD title
2014

Mathias Bürger

Institute for Systems Theory and Automatic Control - University of Stuttgart

December 2013

Duality and approximation Mmthods for cooperative optimization and control


awarded during ECC 2015, Linz

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Thomas Berger

Technische Universitaät Ilmenau

October 2013

On differential-algebraic control systems


2013

Delphine Bresch-Pietri

MINES ParisTech - Centre Automatique et Systèmes

December 2012

Robust control of variable time-delay systems. Theoretical contributions and applications to engine control


awarded during ECC 2014, Strasbourg by Doctor Françoise Lamnabhi-Lagarrigue

2012

Alessio Franci

Université Paris-Sud 11, CNRS-L2S

April 2012

Pathological synchronization in neuronal populations: a control theoretic perspective


awarded during IEEE CDC 2013, Firenze by Professor Maria Domenica Di Benedetto and Doctor Romeo Ortega

2011

Justin Rice

Technische Universiteit Delft, Delft Center for Systems and Control

September 2010

Efficient algorithms for distributed control: a structured matrix approach


awarded during IEEE CDC-ECC 2011, Orlando, by Professor Maria Domenica Di Benedetto

2010

Ulrich Munz

Institute for Systems Theory and Automatic Control, University of Stuttgart

March 2010

Delay Robustness in Cooperative Control


awarded during IFAC World Congress, Milan, by Professor Sebastian Engell

2009

Alain Sarlette

University of Liege, Belgium

March 2009

Geometry and Symmetries in Coordination Control

awarded during IEEE CDC-CCC, Shanghai by Professor Marika Di Benedetto

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Ruggero Carli

University di Padova, Italy

March 2009

Topics on the average consensus problem

awarded during IEEE CDC-CCC, Shanghai by Professor Marika Di Benedetto

2008

Julien M. Hendrick

Université Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium

February 2008

Graph and networks for the analysis of autonomous agents systems

2007

Mircea Lazar

Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands,

September 2006

Model Predictive Control of Hybrid Systems
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Antoine Chaillet

Université Paris-Sud 11

July 2006

Analyse et commande des systemes variants dans le temps