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Department of Electrical Engineering, Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), The Netherlands
I am an assistant professor in Electronic Systems (ES) group in TU/e since 2013. My research focuses on various design aspects of embedded control systems in resource-constrained domains such as automotive and robotics. My scientific publications can be found in DBLP list and Google Citation. You can also have a look at my official website here.
I obtained my Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the National University of Singapore (NUS) in 2009. During 2010-2012, I was an Alexander von Humboldt Postdoctoral Fellow at TU Munich, Germany. I have published in several international journals and conferences in the fields of embedded control systems, robotics and cyber-physical systems that resulted in two best paper awards. I have been serving in technical program committee (TPC) of a number of prominent conferences in these areas, e.g., DAC, DATE, RTAS, RTSS, EMSOFT, DSD and so on.
Projects and PhD students
· Optimized Cyber-Physical Systems (2015-2019) – oCPS (ocps-itn.eu) – it is a Marie Curie ITN project. Current PhD students funded by oCPS are Sajid Mohamed and Amr Ibrahim. Sajid works on analysis of pipelined image-based control systems and it is implementation onto multi-core platforms. Amr works on communication-aware controller design for vehicle platoons.
· Intelligent Motion Control Platform for Smart Mechatronic Systems (2017-2021) – I-MECH (i-mech.eu) – it is an ECSEL project. Current funded PhD student is Mojtaba Haghi. Mojtaba works on efficient platform-aware implementation of feedforward tracking controller on predictable embedded platform.
· Optimization and analysis of high throughput and low latency vision processing (2018-2022) – FitOptiVis – it is an an ECSEL project just got funded. Hiring of PhDs is going on. The focus is efficient vision processing and implementation of the vision in the loop control systems.
· Almarvi (2014-2017) – it is an ECSEL finished in 2017. The focus was on development of efficient performance analysis techniques for streaming applications. The current PhD student is Amir Behrouzian (expected graduation is in 2018). Amir mostly worked on analysis of deadline miss and Firmness analysis for control tasks.
· EMC2 (2014-2017) – it is an ECSEL finished in 2017. The focus was on development of multi-core technologies for performance critical domains. The current PhD student is Juan Valencia (expected graduation is in 2018). Juan works on efficient implementation of feedback controller on predictable embedded platforms.
· Robust Cyber-Physical Systems (rCPS) – Current PhD student is Robinson Medina (expected graduation is in 2018). Robinson works on pipelined feedback control systems – design and implementation on multi-core platforms.