Cristina MANIU

Cristina Stoica Maniu is a Professor at CentraleSupélec/L2S, Université Paris-Saclay. Her main research activities include set-membership state estimation of uncertain systems, predictive control, robust control, cooperative control of multi-agent systems, control education, fault detection and fault tolerant control. She is involved in international cooperations with different research groups and she had multiple scientific exchange visits abroad. Since 2020, she is the head of the research team SYCOMORE of L2S.

L2S, CentraleSupélec
Bât. Breguet C3.17
3 rue Joliot Curie
91190 Gif-sur-Yvette, France

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Administrative missions
– Head of the research team SYCOMORE of L2S (since 2020)
– Co-head of the projects cluster “Pedagogical Innovation and EdTech” (since 2018)
– Deputy Head of the Professional Track on Research – “Filière Métiers de la Recherche” (since 2017)

Best Paper Award of the 24th International Conference on System Theory, Control and Computing, Sinaia, Romania: A. Venturino, S. Bertrand, C. Stoica Maniu, T. Alamo, E.F. Camacho, “Distributed moving horizon estimation with pre-estimating observer” (2020)
Best Paper Award of the 23rd International Conference on System Theory, Control and Computing, Sinaia, Romania: D. Merhy, C. Stoica Maniu, T. Alamo, Eduardo F. Camacho, “Ellipsoidal set-membership state estimation for descriptor systems” (2019)
General Chairs’ Recognition Award for Interactive Papers of the 48th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control and 28th Chinese Control Conference, Shanghai, China: C. Stoica, M.R. Arahal, D.E. Rivera, P. Rodriguez-Ayerbe, D. Dumur. “Application of robustified Model Predictive Control to a production-inventory system” (2009)

Invited speaker
– Panel Session “Improving Students’ Learning in Control Education with Data- and Feedback- Driven Methodologies”, 12th IFAC Symposium on Advances in Control Education, Philadelphia, PA, USA (2019)
– Panel Session “Women in Tech” and Panel Session “Innovative pedagogies”, Matlab Expo, Paris (2019)
– Panel Session “The control curriculum for the 21st century”,12th International UKACC Conference on Control, Sheffield, UK (2018)

– IEEE Senior member (since 2017)
– Member of the IFAC Technical Committees 9.4 on Control Education (since 2017) and 9.2 on Systems and Control for Societal Impact (since 2020) of the International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC)