has been accepted for publication in SCL. The key novel contribution is the consideration of an intermediate control signal, which first specifies what the ideal value for the error derivative is and then the controller is designed in such a way that the error derivative is close to this desired signal (in addition to ensuring that the error stays in the funnel all the time).
has been accepted for publication in Automatica. A key result is, that the method I and Daniel Liberzon presented in 2012 is probably not the correct approach to study impulse-freeness and stability for nonlinear switched DAEs, because this 2012-method (centered around assumption A4) is not invariant under nonlinear coordinate transformation.
has been accepted for publication in IEEE TAC and is already available as early access.
was one of the top downloaded papers within one year of publication.
was accepted for publication in Automatica. The results of this paper are an important corner stone for further model reduction and more results in this direction are expected to appear soon.
My first collabaration with Bayu and his PhD-student Hao has been accepted for publication and is now availble as early access: