COMPSYS - Complex systems : models and nonlinear circuits

Research fields: analysis, modelling, and simulation of deterministic/stochastic, continuous-time/discrete-time nonlinear dynamical systems; methods for design and circuit implementation of model-based predictive control systems; sensor networks; design and (circuit) implementation of bio-inspired models; low-power and fast virtual sensors.

Theoretical competencies and practical skills: (bifurcation) analysis of nonlinear dynamical systems (biological and electronic oscillators, networks of oscillators) and related numerical tools; analysis and simulation of stochastic systems; model parameter identification from experimental data; inverse problems; FPGA; C, C++, Python; hardware-in-the-loop simulations of embedded (control) systems; system stability analysis; underwater optic communication systems; machine learning; classification; regression; data mining; coordination of European projects (MOBY-DIC).

Scientific collaborations: CERN (Geneva), National Institute for Health (Rome), IMT (Lucca), University of Bristol, University College Cork, Instituto de Microelectrónica de Sevilla, Universidad Nacional del Sur (Bahia Blanca, Argentina), Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Dipartimento di Medicina Nucleare - IRCCS Azienda Ospedaliera Universitaria San Martino (Genoa).

Main research topics:

Piecewise-linear control techniques
Analysis and modelling of nonlinear dynamical systems
Circuit implementation of embedded control systems and virtual sensors
Hysteresis and creep modelling
Circuits for parallel and nonlinear information processing

Permanent staff: Mauro Parodi, Marco Storace

PhD students: Alice Saracco, Flavio Stellino
PostDoc: Alberto Oliveri


Contact: Marco Storace
Phone: 010 3532079
Fax: 010 3532900


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