I'm a PhD student interested in control oriented model reduction of nonlinear systems.
Control oriented model reduction: The goal of this work is to find methods that reduce the computational complexity of a plant model with a reasonable trade-off in accuracy. These methods are to be applicable to nonlinear systems and produce reduced models that can be embedded in modern, real-time controllers.
Ultimately these methods will be used by control engineers to increase the performance of their respective technologies. Currently, my work targets automotive systems.
- Model Reduction
- Optimal Control
- Nonlinear/Hybrid Systems
- Master’s of Mathematics, University of Waterloo (2014)
- Bachelor of Mathematics, University of Waterloo (2012)
Applied Mathematics, University of Waterloo
- Presented a well-defined framework to investigate first-order quantum gravity effects. This work was done by expanding our notion of symmetries to new objects called Poisson-Lie groups allowing us to deform classical phase spaces.
Defence Research and Development Canada, Atlantic
- Investigated modern state estimation techniques
Banting and Best Department of Medical Research, University of Toronto
- Researched the influence of filtering experimental gene profiles on the predictive accuracy of GeneMANIA (a publicly available web application that predicts gene function)