Konstantinos Gatsis

I am a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania, where I also obtained my PhD degree (Dec. 2016). I work in the GRASP lab under the supervision of Professor George J. Pappas. Areas of interest include control theory, optimization, and cyber-physical systems. In particular I am working on control and optimization tools for secure and resource-efficient autonomous applications in the Internet-of-Things (IoT). You will find more information on my research page and my publications page.


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Contact: kgatsis at seas.upenn.edu

Location: Levine room 403 (Desk 9-MR)



News:
• April 2018: Seminar at University of Virginia - Link Lab.
• March 2018: Seminar at Columbia University - EE.
• January 2018: Seminar at University of Michigan - ECE.
• December 2017: V. Tzoumas is Best Student Paper Award Candidate at CDC 2017 for our paper on resiliency.
• July 2017: Papers accepted at the 2017 IEEE Conf. on Decision and Control. See my publications page.
• April 2017: Best poster award at the IoTDI conference in CPSWeek 2017.
• March 2017: Three papers submitted to the 2017 IEEE Conf. on Decision and Control.
• March 2017: Paper on State Secrecy in Remote Estimation accepted for presentation at the 2017 IFAC World congress, July 2017.
• August 2016: Joseph, D’16, and Rosaline Wolf Award for Best Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania.