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Control of hybrid and switched systems
Combining continuous- and discrete time analysis and design techniques for systems that evolve continuously but also undergo instantaneous changes.
Scalable analysis and design approaches for large networks of systems.
Analysis and synthesis techniques for linear systems affected by uncertainties.
Linear matrix inequalities and integral quadratic constraints
Exploring the applicability of linear matrix inequalities and dynamic integral quadratic constraints in control oriented problems.
- T. Holicki and C. W. Scherer, A Homotopy Approach for Robust Output-Feedback Synthesis, in Proc. 27th. Med. Conf. Control Autom., 2019.
- T. Holicki and C. W. Scherer, Stability Analysis and Output-Feedback Synthesis of Hybrid Systems Affected by Piecewise Constant Parameters via Dynamic Resetting Scalings, Nonlinear Analysis: Hybrid Systems, 2019.
- T. Holicki and C. W. Scherer, A Swapping Lemma for Switched Systems, in 9th IFAC Symposium on Robust Control Design, 2018.
- C. W. Scherer and T. Holicki, An IQC theorem for relations: Towards stability analysis of data-integrated systems, in 9th IFAC Symposium on Robust Control Design, 2018.
- T. Holicki and C. W. Scherer, Output-Feedback Gain-Scheduling for a Class of Switched Systems via Dynamic Resetting $D$-Scalings, in 57th IEEE Conf. Decision and Control, 2018.
- T. Holicki and C. W. Scherer, Controller Synthesis for Distributed Systems over Undirected Graphs, in Proc. 55th IEEE Conf. Decision and Control, 2016.
- Teaching assistent: Robust Control
- SimTech B.Sc.-seminar supervision: Feedback stabilization of positive systems
Winter term 2018/2019
- Teaching assistent: Optimization
Summer term 2018
- Teaching assistent: Robust control
- SimTech B.Sc.-seminar supervision: Matrix sign function
Summer term 2017
- Teaching assistent: Linear algebra 2
- SimTech B. Sc.-seminar supervision: Stochastic matrices and markov chains
- B. Sc. thesis supervision: Modeling and control of a double inverted pendulum
Winter term 2016/2017
- Teaching assistent: Linear algebra 1
Tobias Holicki was born in Ludwigsburg, Germany, in 1990. He received the B.Sc. and M.Sc. degree in mathematics from the University of Stuttgart, Germany in 2013 and 2016, respectively. He is currently affiliated with the chair of Mathematical Systems Theory (Department of Mathematics, University of Stuttgart, Germany) and working towards his Ph.D. degree.