Computational Control

In the Spring semester I teach the M.Sc. course 227-0216-00L Computational Control.

All the communication happens via Moodle, but you can get in touch directly with me if you have questions on the course and you are not enrolled yet.

Game Theory and Control

In the Fall semester I teach the M.Sc. course 227-0694-00L Game Theory and Control.

Game theory is the study of strategic decision making, and was originally used to solve problems in economics. In this course, we study concepts and methods in non-cooperative game theory and show how these can be used to solve control design problems, emphasizing their possible use in control systems, robotics, and engineering applications.

On similar topics, you can also have a look at our ICRA 2021 workshop on Game-theoretical Motion Planning.
Program - Video recordings - Monograph


M.Sc. theses and semester projects

Open proposals

You can see my open thesis proposal on Sirop.

Past theses and semester projects

Final reports are available on the ETH Research Collection.