Federica Garin





RESUME

Research positions:

Oct. 2010 – present:
    Researcher (chargée de recherche), NeCS team, INRIA Rhône-Alpes, Grenoble, France.

March 2010 – Sept. 2010:
    Post-doc, NeCS team, INRIA Rhône-Alpes, Grenoble, France.
    Topic: Control with communication contraints.
    Advisor: dr. Carlos Canudas-de-Wit

March 2008 – Feb. 2010:
    Post-doc, DEI, Università di Padova,
Italy.
    Topic: Distributed estimation algorithms for sensor networks.
    Advisor: prof. Sandro Zampieri

Education: 

March 2008:
    Ph.D., Applied Mathematics, Politecnico di Torino,
Italy.
    Thesis: “Generalized serial turbo coding ensembles: analysis and design”. 
    Advisor:
prof. Fabio Fagnani.


September 2006 – June 2007: 
    visiting prof. Paul Siegel’s research group, University of California at San Diego (UCSD).

 
December 2004: 
    M.S., Applied Mathematics (110/110, cum laude), Politecnico di Torino, Italy.
    Thesis: “Codici turbo seriali su anelli per modulazioni non binarie”. 
    Advisor: prof. Fabio Fagnani.

 
October 2002 – July 2003: 
    Erasmus exchange program, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland.

 
September 2002:
    B.S., Applied Mathematics
(110/110, cum laude), Politecnico di Torino, Italy.

 
July 1999:   
    Piano performing diploma (10/10), Conservatorio di Torino, Italy

    

Teaching:

2014-15, 2015-16, and 2016-17Master course Distributed Algorithms and Network Systems,                                                             MiSCIT, UJF, Grenoble

2012-13 and 2013-14 – Teaching assistant at IUT-UJF Grenoble (automatic control)

2005-06 and 2007-08 – Teaching assistant at Politecnico di Torino (calculus)

2001-02 and 2003-04 – Student teaching assistant at Politecnico di Torino 
                                       (calculus and linear algebra)
 
    

Current Ph.D. students:

Sebin Gracy, Ph.D. student at Université de Grenoble since Oct. 2015, co-advised with dr. Alain Kibangou, research topic: Cyber-physical systems: a control-theoretic approach to privacy and security.

Stéphane Durand, Ph.D. student at Université de Grenoble since Oct. 2015, co-advised with dr. Bruno Gaujal, research topic: Coupling distributed control and game theory: application to self-optimizing systems.

Pietro Grandinetti, Ph.D. student at Université de Grenoble since Apr. 2014, co-advised with dr. Carlos Canudas de Wit, research topic: Control of large traffic netoworks.

Former Ph.D. students:

Simon Gerwig, Ph.D. student at Université de Grenoble (CIFRE industrial thesis at Alstom, Grenoble), Feb. 2014 - March 2016, co-advised with dr. Carlos Canudas de Wit and dr. Bilal Sari, research topic: Collaborative and reconfigurable resilient control design of hydroelectric powerplants.

Ruggero Fabbiano, graduated at Univ. Grenoble Alpes in May 2015, co-advised with dr. Carlos Canudas de Wit, thesis: Collaborative source-seeking control.

Nicolas Cardoso de Castro, graduated at Université de Grenoble in Oct. 2012, co-advised with dr. Carlos Canudas de Wit, thesis: Energy-aware control and communication co-design in wireless networked control systems.

Former master students:

Yvan Gaudfrin, graduated at University of Bristol (UK) in Sept. 2013, co-advised with R. Fabbiano and J. Dumon, master thesis: Source seeking via Poisson integrals - Practical implementation of a source-localization set-up.

Samir Hachour
, graduated at ENSISA Mulhouse in July 2011 with a research internship at gipsa-lab Grenoble, co-advised with dr. Alain Kibangou, master thesis: Approche décentralisée pour la détection et la localisation de défauts dans une ferme photovoltaïque.