Faculty

 

Dr. Ali Karimodddini

Autonomous Cooperative Control of emergent Systems of Systems (ACCESS) Laboratory, Director

Testing, Evaluation, and Control of Heterogeneous Large-Scalesystems of Autonomous Vehicles (TECHLAV),Deputy Director

Assistant Professor

Electrical and Computer Engineering
North Carolina A&T State University

Email: akarimod@ncat.edu
Phone:  336-285-3313

Homepage: http://eceserver.ncat.edu/akarimod

 

 

 

Research Intersts

“Testing, evaluation, analysis, control, and decision making for large scale complexsystems”, “Robotic swarms”, “Cyber-physical systems”, “Cooperative and distributed control of multi-agent systems”, “Reliable and fault tolerant hybrid control systems”,  “Aerial robotics”, “Flight control systems”, “Discrete event systems”, “Distributed optimization for coordination of multi-agent systems”, “Hybrid modeling and control”, and “Biological systems”.



Education:

PhD: 2013, National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore, Electrical Engineering

MSc: 2006 Petroleum University of Technology, Iran, Automation and Instrumentation

BSc: 2003 Amirkabir University- Tehran Polytechnic, Iran, Electrical Engineering

 


Teaching Intersts:

ECEN872 - Decision Making and Supervisory Control of Discrete Event Systems

ECEN865 - Theory of Linear Systems

ECEN668 - Automatic Control Theory