Hi!, My name is Madhur Behl.
Starting in Fall 2017, I will be joining University of Virginia as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science, and the Department of Systems and Information Engineering.
Currently I hold a research fellow position at the Real-Time and Embedded Sytems Lab (mLab) and the PRECISE Center at University of Pennsylvania. I recieved my Ph.D. in Electrical and Systems Engineering in 2015 and my masters degree in Electrical Engineering in 2012, both from UPenn. I recieved my bachelor's degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering in 2009 from PEC University of Technology in India.
I am the Co-founder of Expresso Logic - an exciting startup delivering machine learning solutions to control engineering problems.
I am actively recruiting PhD students with a strong background in machine learning, control systems, optimization, and embedded systems. Opportunites exist to conduct high impact and cross-disciplinary research in cyber-physical energy systems, data predictive control, interactive analytics, autonomous racing, and smart cities.
My research develops the foundations of Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS). This involves finding analytical and practical solutions to problems of modeling, control, simulation, operation, safety, and implementation of CPS.
In particular, I’m interested in challenging probelms which involve the use of data-driven methods for CPS. This work is at the confluence of machine learning, control systems, embedded systems, optimization, and statistics.
Applications of my work span from energy-efficient buildings, demand response, and smart cities; to industrial automation, autonomous racing, internet of things, medical devices, and model-based clinical trials.