“The elegance of a mathematical theorem is directly proportional to the number of independent ideas one can see in the theorem and inversely proportional to the effort it takes to see them.”
Previously, I was a postdoc at the Division of Decision and Control, KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden until December 2019, and at the Lund Centre for Control of Complex Engineering Systems (LCCC) in Lund University, Sweden until December 2017.
I am honoured to be an American Australian Association Fellow in 2013. From December 2013 to January 2015, I was at the Centre for Control, Dynamical-Systems, and Computation (CCDC) in the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) in Prof. Joao Hespanha's group.
I completed a PhD in December 2013 at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering in the University of Melbourne with Prof. Dragan Nesic and Dr. Levin Kuhlmann. In 2008, I graduated from the same department with a Bachelor of Engineering degree with honours in Electrical Engineering with focuses on control, signal processing and telecommunications.
In my spare time, I enjoy learning and performing choral music, especially Renaissance polyphony. Brahms' Ein Deutches Requiem and Bach's Mass in B minor are staples on my playlist. I have sung with numerous ensembles and since moving to Eindhoven, I sing with the Strijps Kamerkoor. In recent years, I discovered the technical sport of olympic weightlifting via CrossFit, which lead to the unthinkable pandemic time setup of a lifting platform with many kilograms of weights in my living room. I also look forward to long hikes in nature and Lego.