Ph.D. Dissertations - Claire Tomlin

Assured Autonomy for Safety-Critical and Learning-Enabled Systems
Vicenc Rubies Royo [2020]

Practical Algorithms for Reliable Autonomy
David Fridovich-Keil [2020]

Risk-Sensitive Safety Analysis and Control for Trustworthy Autonomy
Margaret Chapman [2020]

Safe and Data-Efficient Learning for Robotics: A Control Theoretic Approach
Somil Bansal [2020]

Safe Real-World Autonomy in Uncertain and Unstructured Environments
Sylvia Herbert [2020]

Game-Theoretic Safety Assurance for Human-Centered Robotic Systems
Jaime Fernandez-Fisac [2019]

Untethered Microrobots of the Rolling, Jumping & Flying kinds
Palak Bhushan [2019]

A Learning-Based Approach to Safety for Uncertain Robotic Systems
Anayo Akametalu [2018]

An Integrative Approach to Data-Driven Monitoring and Control of Electric Distribution Networks
Roel Dobbe [2018]

High Dimensional Reachability Analysis: Addressing the Curse of Dimensionality in Formal Verification
Mo Chen [2017]

Toward a more reliable power system: frequency regulation from buildings and secure estimation against cyber attacks
Qie Hu [2017]

New Tools for Econometric Analysis of High-Frequency Time Series Data - Application to Demand-Side Management in Electricity Markets
Maximilian Balandat [2016]

Risk Management and Combinatorial Optimization for Large-Scale Demand Response and Renewable Energy Integration
Insoon Yang [2015]

Methods for Reachability-based Hybrid Controller Design
Jerry Ding [2012]

Convex formulations of inverse modeling problems on systems modeled by Hamilton-Jacobi equations: applications to traffic flow engineering
Christian Claudel [2010]

Systems Theory for Pharmaceutical Drug Discovery
Anil Jayanti Aswani [2010]