Control and Optimization of Energy Systems

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New Paper on Active Control-Enabled Detection of Cyberattacks

We recently developed an active control-enabled method for detecting cyberattacks. Building upon our previous work, we leverage the connection between process control system design and the ability of detecting the presence of cyberattacks. You can read our paper here.

Press Release on Hellman Fellowship

You can find the press release about the Hellman Fellowship here.

The Ellis Lab Adds Two Graduate Students!

The Ellis welcomes, Loren dela Rosa and Pranav Krishna, two graduate students, into the lab. You can read more about their background, interests, and hobbies on our Students page. Welcome aboard Loren and Pranav!

Congratulations to Antonea!

Congratulations to Antonea for graduating! During her time with us, she worked on testing demand control ventilation products and produced important results that will be published soon (stay tuned). With the renewed focus on ventilation, we expect that her work… Continue Reading →

New Paper Available: Detectability-Based Controller Design Screening for Processes Under Multiplicative Cyberattacks

Abstract Cyberattacks on process control systems (PCSs) may target communication links, compromising the data integrity. Cyberattack detection and mitigation are essential capabilities, since the consequences of a successful cyberattack on a PCS may be severe. While detectability may be viewed… Continue Reading →

Matt is awarded a Hellman Fellowship for 2021-2022

Matt Joins UC Davis Department of Chemical Engineering!

You can read more about myself here.

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