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31400 Toulouse, France
Email: aneel"dot"tanwani "at"laas "dot" fr
I am a researcher at Laboratory for Analyses and Architecture of Systems (LAAS), employed by National Center of Scientific Research (CNRS), France. I completed PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) under the supervision of Daniel Liberzon in 2011. I worked as a postdoc fellow at INRIA, Grenoble and later at Gipsa Lab, Grenoble. It followed with a postdoc under DFG Grant at TU Kaiserslautern, Germany.
- Discontinuous dynamical systems
- Switched (linear, nonlinear, and differential-algebraic) systems
- Hybrid dynamical systems (deterministic and stochastic)
- Moreau's sweeping process
- Differential variational inequalities and Complementarity systems
- Inclusions with maximal monotone operators
- Projected dynamical systems
- Connections between systems theory and optimization
- Feedback control with limited information
- State estimation and output regulation problems
- Applications of control theory in networks
- Input-to-state stability of switched systems under dwell-time conditions. 13th January 2022. Youtube video link; Slides. Online Seminar Series on Input-to-State Stability: Description.
- Lyapunov functions for singularly perturbed hybrid systems with frequent jump dynamics. Recorded video.IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, December 2021.
- Error bounds for locally optimal distributed filters with random communication graphs. Recorded video.IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, December 2021.
You can access my publications here.