Saverio Bolognani

Automatic Control Laboratory
ETH Zurich

Physikstrasse 3, ETL K 13.2, CH-8092 Zurich
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ORCID 0000-0002-7935-1385 - Google Scholar

About me

I am a Senior Scientist in Prof. Florian Dörfler's group, at the Automatic Control Laboratory of ETH Zurich.

I am passionate about applications of networked control theory to complex systems like power grids and autonomous mobility. I care about the efficiency of these systems, but also their fairness. I am currently looking into the intersection between nonlinear optimization and feedback control design, and I always like to learn more about control theory, distributed optimization, stochastic optimization, and game theory.

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News and latest talks

22 May 2023 - Last lecture of the new Computational Control course

An excellent guest lecture by Prof. Behcet Acikmese concludes the Computational Control course. We covered the basics of optimal control, MPC, data-driven control, and reinforcement learning. It was a lot of fun and an intense semester!

12 May 2023 - From behaviors and codes to intelligent network systems

A Workshop on the occasion of Fabio Fagnani's and Sandro Zampieri’s 60th birthdays

It was great to be back in Padova to celebrate Fabio and Sandro and to hear what their alumni are busy with!

10 December 2022 - Online Feedback Optimization is running on the Swiss grid!

The distribution grid of AEW Energie AG is currently being controlled by an online feedback optimization controller to provide better voltage quality, safer operation, and lower costs. This new control method has been developed in the last years in our lab, and most of the work was performed by our excellent students Adrian Hauswirth and Lukas Ortmann.

More info on these methods can be found here. Info about the projects that made this possible are here.

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