Murat Arcak 

Murat Arcak
Professor

Office: 569 Cory Hall
Telephone: 642-4804
Email: arcak@eecs*

Research

Our group studies large, distributed, and networked dynamical systems with diverse applications, including investigation of feedback and dynamics in biology and traffic control in smart cities. The system size and complexity in these applications are beyond the reach of traditional control synthesis and verification methods, and call for novel analytical and computational tools. Our broad approach is to obtain system-level guarantees from appropriate abstractions of the components with compositional and hierarchical procedures, and to exploit the structural systems properties for computational efficiency. We uncover such properties in applications and generalize them to broader classes of systems. Please follow the link to Research Areas on the left for a summary of current projects.

Recent Classes

  • Nonlinear Systems (EE C222/ME C237), Spring 2018 (notes) (website)

  • Input/Output Methods for Compositional Analysis (EE C220D/ME C230D), Fall 2017 (textbook)

  • Designing Information Devices and Systems II (EE 16B), Spring 2017 (notes)

  • Signals and Systems (EE 120), Fall 2015 (notes)

Sponsors

  • Air Force Office of Scientific Research

  • Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

  • National Science Foundation

  • Office of Naval Research

  • United States Department of Transportation

Affiliations

* .berkeley.edu