Eric S. Kim



I'm a M.S/Ph.D. student in the EECS department at U.C. Berkeley and am co-advised by Murat Arcak and Sanjit Seshia. I graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2013 with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and a B.S. in Physics where I worked with Nuno Martins in the CPS and Cooperative Autonomy Lab.

I am funded in part by the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program.

Research Interests

My research focuses on issues related to robustness, coordination, consensus problems for multi-agent and networked systems with an emphasis on applications to vehicular traffic flow networks.

I use tools from the following areas:

  • Control Theory and Dynamical Systems

  • Optimization

  • Formal Methods

  • Machine Learning

  • Game theory


Office: 558 Cory Hall, Berkeley, CA 94720
To email me, use the following words in the correct order: dot berkeley edu eskim at

If you would like to arrange a meeting, take a look at the calendar below and shoot me an email with a time.