Office: HFH 5161
I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of California, Santa Barbara .
Note to Prospective Graduate Students:
We are always looking for good graduate students. Please apply if interested. I apologize, but I do not typically response to email inquiries regarding graduate school position due to the large number of inquiries. If interested, please apply directly to the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and I will review your application during the review process.
- 12/15/2016: My student Philip Brown was a finalist for the best student paper at the IEEE Conference on Decisioon and Control for our paper Avoiding Perverse Incentives in Affine Congestion Games.
- 6/15/2016: My student Philip Brown won the award best presentation in session at the American Control Conference.
- 6/1/2016: My first student, Holly Borowski, successfully defended her doctoral thesis entitled Performance Tradeoffs in Distributed Control Systems. Holly started her new employment at Numerica Corporation in Fort Collins, Colorado.
- 7/1/2016: My group had two papers accepted to the 2016 IEEE Conference on Decision and Control. Congrats!
- 10/15/2015: We were awarded the 2015 SIAG/CST Best SICON Paper Prize for our paper "Achieving Pareto Optimality Through Distributed Learning" which was published in the SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization in 2014 with H. Peyton Young and Lucy Pao. [pdf]
- 9/1/2015: I moved from the University of Colorado to the University of California, Santa Barbara. I am very excited to start this new position and am very thankful for the wonderful experience that I had in Boulder!
- 4/30/2015: I was awarded an ONR Young Investigator Award for my project entitled "The Inherent Trade-offs in Multiagent Coordination". [html]
- 4/7/2014: I was awarded an NSF Career Award for my project entitled "Game Theoretic Methods for Multiagent Coordination". [html]