Mirko Fiacchini


Chargé de Recherche CNRS - HDR
GIPSA-lab, Control Systems Department
Contact: mirko.fiacchini@gipsa-lab.fr
Phone: +33 (0)4 76 82 64 80
GPS: 45°11’36.79“N, 05°45’58.35”E
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38400 Saint Martin d'Hères, FRANCE


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Scientific interests

My current research is mainly focused on:

  • Set-theory and invariance Set-theoretic methods, invariance and contractivity for nonlinear systems. Estimation of the domain of attraction. Set-induced Lyapunov functions. Invariant subspaces.

  • Hybrid and switched systems Quadratic stability analysis of hybrid and reset systems. Stabilizability and nonconvex Lyapunov functions for discrete-time switched linear systems.

  • Saturated systems Convex set-induced Lyapunov functions for saturated systems. Sufficient and necessary conditions for convergence based on convex analysis.

  • Decentralized systems Convex analysis for graph topology preservation for multi-agent systems. LMI conditions for connections preservation, convergence and consensus tasks.

  • Predictive control Design and application of predictive control strategies for energy and mobile vehicles.

PhD Students
  • 2013-2016 RIAH Rachid “Set-theory tools for prediction and control of dynamical systems : application to cancer chemo and immunotherapy”, coll. M. Alamir (GIPSA-lab)

  • 2017- MOUSSA Kaouther “Domain of attraction estimation and optimization-based control : application to tumor growth models”, coll. M. Alamir (GIPSA-lab)

Short bio [CV_MF.pdf]

11/2012-Today : Chargé de recherche CR1 CNRS at GIPSA-lab Grenoble on set-theoretic based control, invariance, switched and saturated systems
10/2011-09/2012 : Post-doct at CRAN Nancy on the application of the set theory for control and predictive control, directed by G. Millerioux
02/2010-09/2011 : Post-doct at LAAS-CNRS Toulouse on the control for hybrid and saturated systems, directed by C. Prieur and S. Tarbouriech
2006-01/2010 : PhD thesis on Automatic control, University of Seville, Spain, 11 January 2010. Directors : E. F. Camacho and T. Alamo
2007-2008 : (1 year) : visiting student at the Institute for Automatics directed by M. Morari, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
2004-2006 : Diploma de Estudios Avanzados (DEA) in Automatics and Robotics Univ. Seville
1996-2004 : Laurea degree in Computer science (speciality Automatics), Univ. Florence, Italy