I am a control theorist with a BSc and MSc in control and electronics and a PhD in electronics engineering. I am working on complex systems science applications in wireless communications (Marie Curie postdoctoral fellowship), with a strong interest in robotics and reversible/quantum computation.
Currently, I’m working at CONNECT – the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Future Networks and Communications as Marie Skłodowska-Curie EDGE Postdoctoral Fellow. The project is named COCODIMM: Complexity and Control of (Distributed) Massive MIMO. In brief, we are observing Massive MIMO from the perspective of complex systems science and looking for the ways to exploit complex behaviours accordingly. A lot of work in this project is in the field of reversible computation, and the study is not restricted to radio communication: acoustic underwater communication and molecular communications are of interest as well.
In the past, I was doing research in rather diverse fields, including dynamical systems and chaos (my bachelor and master theses), vibration signal processing (my PhD thesis), modelling and control, (applied) functional analysis, mobile robotics, embedded systems.