Sorin Olaru is a Professor of CentraleSupélec and a member of the CNRS Laboratory of Signals and Systems, both part of the Paris-Saclay University in France. From 2020 he holds the RTE Chair at CentraleSupélec His research interests are encompassing the optimization-based control design, set-theoretic characterization of constrained dynamical systems as well as the numerical methods in optimization and control. He is currently involved in research projects related to embedded predictive control, fault-tolerant control, and network control (time-delay) systems.

L2S, CentraleSupélec
3 rue Joliot Curie
91190 Gif-sur-Yvette, France




ICSTCC 2022: 26th International Conference on System Theory, Control and Computing (ICSTCC)

Plenary talk: Convex liftings in control design. Connections with inverse optimality and path planning

Sorin Olaru

IConSIP 2022: International Conference on Signal and Information Processing (IConSIP)

Keynote lecture: Set-theoretic methods for fault detection and isolation in feedback control schemes

Sorin Olaru

23rd International Conference on Control Systems and Computer Science (CSCS23), 2021

Keynote lecture: “Predictive control for congestion management and decision-making on meshed electrical grids with high power batteries”

Sorin Olaru

4th Stability and Control Processes Conference, 2020

in memory of Prof. Vladimir Zubov

Plenary talk: From Control Invariant Sets to an Inverse Optimality Perspective on the Constrained Control Design

Sorin Olaru

Driving Simulation Conference Europe 2020

Contributed paper: Interpolation-Based MCA for acceleration rendering

Martin Soyer (Renault), S. Olaru, Z. Fang, D. Wautier, A. Kemeny