Postdoctoral Researcher


October 2018 – Present Berlin, Germany
Mentor: Michael Hintermüller

Postdoctoral Researcher

University of Wisconsin-Madison

May 2015 – October 2018 Madison, WI, USA
Mentor: Michael Ferris

PhD Student

INRIA Grenoble - Rhône-Alpes

September 2011 – May 2015 Grenoble, France
Advisors: Bernard Brogliato and Vincent Acary

Featured Post

My (former) mentor Michael Ferris, working at UW-Madison, was featured in a SIAM news interview. This is a great introduction to the scope and impact of solving Nash Equilibrium Problems!

A plenary talk develops this topic further.

Recent Publications

(2016). Implicit numerical integration for the simulation and control of a non-smooth system with resets. IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC).

(2016). Experimental Results on Implicit and Explicit Time-Discretization of Equivalent-Control-Based Sliding-Mode Control. Chapter in Recent Trends in Sliding Mode Control.


(2014). Discrete-time twisting controller without numerical chattering: analysis and experimental results with an implicit method. IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC).


(2013). Comparison between explicit and implicit discrete-time implementations of sliding-mode controllers. IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC).


(2012). Constrained Time Optimal Control Nonlinear Systems. 4th IFAC Conference on Nonlinear Model Predictive Control.