Welcome at my personal webpage - webpage is under revision (autumn 2015)
Since December 2009 I have been affiliated with the Delft Center for Systems and Control (DCSC) at Delft University of Technology. First as a Ph.D. candidate, then as a postdoctoral researcher. While I nowadays work at Rijkswaterstaat, I can be found at DCSC on Fridays.
Research Projects and Interests
With Prof.dr.ir. Bart De Schutter and Prof.dr.ir. Hans Hellendoorn as my advisors, I am currently looking into adopting game-theoretic elements in the modeling of communication and interaction between controllers on different levels within the control of large-scale systems.
One of the major challenges in the control of large-scale intelligent infrastructures such as road traffic networks is to find an efficient multi-level control scheme in which decisions by several controllers on different, mutually interacting control layers are taken into account.
A theory that seems to be particularly applicable to tackle these problems is the theory of reverse Stackelberg games, in which a leader-player acts first by announcing her strategy as a mapping of the follower's decision space into her own decision space, thereby taking the response of the follower into account.
On Fridays, you can find me at the Delft
Center for Systems and Control in the 3mE building (34), room C-3-330:
|Last updated July 2015