Jiali Huang, Ankur Mani, Zizhuo Wang.
The Value of Price Discrimination in Large Random Networks
Chuan Yan, Huazhen Fang.
Distributed Leader-Follower Tracking Control for Multi-Agent Systems Subject to Disturbances
Pranay Thangeda, Melkior Ornik.
Safety-Guaranteed, Accelerated Learning in MDPs with Local Side Information
Ning Tian, Huazhen Fang.
A new equivalent circuit model for lithium-ion batteries
Amir Daneshmand, Gesualdo Scutari, Vyacheslav Kungurtsev.
Second-order Guarantees of Distributed Gradient Algorithms
Dhrubajit Chowdhury, Hassan K. Khalil.
Scalable Consensus in Networks of Multi-agent Systems Using High-Gain Observers
Theodoros Mamalis, Subhonmesh Bose, Lav R. Varshney.
Business-to-Peer Carsharing Systems with Electric Vehicles
Jinlong Lei, Uday V. Shanbhag.
Gradient-Response and Best-response Schemes for Stochastic Nash Games and their Distributed Variants
Pratap Bhanu Solanki, Shaunak Bopardikar, Xiaobo Tan.
Cooperative Optimization for a Non-Communicating Two-agent System with Parallel Updates
Xuan Wang, Shreyas Sundaram, Shaoshuai Mou.
Resilience for Consensus Algorithms in Fully Distributed Scenarios
Wei Miao, Jr-Shin Li.
A Geometric Approach to Ensemble Control Analysis and Design
Maria L. Castano, Xiaobo Tan.
Backstepping Control-based Trajectory Tracking for Tail-Actuated Robotic Fish
Paulo Heredia, Shaoshuai Mou.
Distributed State Estimation for Nonlinear Systems with Unknown Parameters
Paul Griffioen, Raffaele Romagnoli, Bruce H. Krogh, Bruno Sinopoli.
Secure Networked Control via Software Rejuvenation
Erik Miehling, Roy Dong, Cédric Langbort, Tamer Başar.
The Private Sampling Game
Muhammed O. Sayin, Tamer Basar.
Dynamic Deceptive Signaling of Multivariate Distributions Over Finite/Infinite Horizon
Mingyu Cai, Baike She, Zhen Kan.
Linear Temporal Logic Path Planning for Mobile Robots
Manash Chakraborty, Dr. Ryan J. Caverly.
Synthesis of a Conic Controller with Gain-Scheduled Internal Models for Robust Trajectory Tracking
Ali Reza Pedram, Takashi Tanaka.
Linearly-Solvable Mean-Field Approximation for Multi-Team Road Traffic Games
Khaled Alshehri, Mariola Ndrio, Subhonmesh Bose, Tamer Basar.
The Impact of Aggregating Distributed Energy Resources on Electricity Market Efficiency
Juntao Chen, Quanyan Zhu.
Dynamic Contract Design for Systemic Cyber Risk Management of Interdependent Enterprise Network
Xiaotian Xie, Vincent Hoff, Carolyn Beck.
Learning and Analysis of Precedence Networks Based on the Coupon Subset Collection Problem
Lucas Buccafusca, Carolyn Beck.
An Application of Nested Control Synthesis for Wind Farms
Like in previous years, the 8th Midwest Workshop on Control and Game Theory will offer a poster session for graduate students and postdoctoral researchers to showcase their research agenda.
All student and postdoctoral researcher attendees are invited to submit a one-page abstract (included in the Workshop Proceedings) for a poster to be presented at the poster session on the first day of the conference, April 27.
Students and postdocs are encouraged to participate in this session and contribute to the overall workshop dialogue.
Abstract Deadline: Friday, April 12, 2019 Extended to Wednesday, April 17, 2019
03/04/2019: Abstract Submission opened
The maximum poster size is 48 x 48 inches.
This year, a limited number of travel awards for undergraduate students, graduate students, postdoctoral researchers and junior faculty members will be offered. The award will cover airfare (domestic), housing, and registration to attend the workshop.
To apply, please upload the following additional documents
- Letter of support from mentor/advisor
- Statement on the importance of attendance along with the poster abstract in a single PDF file.
Travel award selection criteria
- Confirmation of applicant as a student or postdoctoral researcher
- Significance and relevance of applicant’s research to the workshop themes
- Demonstration of independence for presented research
- Need for financial support to attend the workshop