I am a 6th year PhD student at the Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania. I work in the GRASP lab under the supervision of Professor George J. Pappas. Areas of interest include control theory, optimization, and stochastic systems. In particular I've been recently working on control systems implemented over wireless channels. You will find more information about this in my research page and my publications page.

Curriculum vitae

Contact: kgatsis at seas.upenn.edu

Location: Levine room 403 (Desk 9-MR)

• Apr 2016: Talk at ICCPS conference during CPSWeek in Vienna, Austria.
• Mar 2016: Presentation at CCSP Seminar at University of Maryland, College Park.
• Mar 2016: Submissions at CDC 2016 in Las Vegas.
• Feb 2016: Presentation at ISS Seminar at Harvard University.
• Feb 2016: Presentation at Information Theory and Applications workshop in San Diego, CA.
• New: Video of my presentation at the ESE PhD Colloquium at Penn in Aug 2015.
• Dec 2015: Our paper on optimal random access for wireless control is accepted at CDC in Osaka.
• Sept 2015: Presenting our paper on decentralized channel access for wireless control at NecSys in Philadelphia.
• July 2015: Presenting our paper on the value of using forecasts when planning under uncertainty at ACC in Chicago.
• Dec 2014: Presenting our paper on wireless sensor scheduling at CDC in Los Angeles.
• June 2014: Received the O. Hugo Schuck Best Paper Award at the American Control Conference! link link
• April 2014: Our paper at ICCPS is a Best Paper Award Finalist!
• June 2013: Our ACC paper won the Student Best Paper Award! link link