BCIs, Automatic Control and Machine Learning
My interests lies in control theory, mathematics and biology. Currently, I am a Postdoctoral Fellow within WASP: Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program in an expedition project with the title Real-time Individualization of Brain Computer Interfaces at the Department of Automatic Control, Lund University. For more information about the project, click here.
Besides my main project, I also work on the following topics:
Scalability of conventional control methods. Many of the classical approaches to controller synthesis do not scale well for large and complex systems. This is mainly due to computational complexity of and the lack of distributed structure in the resulting controllers. It is important that limitations on the information given and processed by sensors and actuators can be incorporated into the design procedure. However, such constraints may greatly complicate controller synthesis. Research is conducted that address these issues.
H-infinity control of large-scale systems. Improve upon and speed up algorithms for synthesis of H-infinity controllers of large-scale or infinite-dimensional systems.
The above topics were part of my thesis work. Click here for thesis.