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Rijad Alisic

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About me

I am a Ph.D. student with the division of Decision and Control Systems at KTH Royal Institute of Technology under the supervision of Prof. Henrik Sandberg and co-supervisor Prof. Karl Henrik Johansson. I successfully defended my Licentiate thesis on the Privacy of Sudden Events in Cyber-Physical Systems in 2021, which you can find here.

I received my M.Sc degree in Engineering Physics from Lund University in 2018, with a specialization in automatic control and theoretical physics, where I wrote my M.Sc thesis on control of the next generation district heating systems, which you can find here. In 2017, I took part in the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) program at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, where I built an F1/10 car and implemented a trajectory planning algorithm based on LTL synthesis. You can see a short video from that project here. I have also worked at the Department of Medicinal Science at Lund University during 2016-2018, where I created a vision-based object tracking software that maps the movement of multiple zebrafish larvae in the same tank to study their social behavior, and helped to supervise students with related projects.

My current research interests include privacy, security, forensics, and control of cyber-physical systems.


Control Theory and Practice, Advanced Course (EL2520), teacher | Course web

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