Radoslav Ivanov
Mail:3330 Walnut Street
Levine Hall 302
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office:Levine Hall 613


I received the B.A. degree with a double major in Computer Science and Mathematical Economics from Colgate University in 2011. I defended my PhD dissertation in 2017 at the University of Pennsylvania under the supervision of Dr. Insup Lee and Dr. James Weimer.

I am currently a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Pennsylvania, working with Dr. Insup Lee. I also collaborate closely with Dr. James Weimer.

Research Interests

My research goal is to develop information fusion techniques for the purpose of ensuring the safety and security of modern Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS). In particular, I aim to provide precise information, with worst-case guarantees, about the system's state in the form of detectors and estimators that combine diverse sensor data and are aware of the system's context and environment. The natural application domains of my work are systems with inherent sensor redundancy (e.g., automotive CPS) as well as systems with highly dimensional state spaces but incomplete models and measurement data (e.g., medical CPS).

The fields relevant to my research are cyber-physical systems, medical CPS, CPS security, information fusion, detection, (context-aware) estimation, and machine learning.