Dr Lanlan Su

Lanlan Su is a lecturer in the Aerospace & Computational Engineering (ACE) Research Group, Department of Engineering. She received the B.E. degree in electrical engineering from Zhejiang University, China, in 2014, and the Ph.D degree in electrical and electronic engineering from The University of Hong Kong, in 2018. She was a postdoctoral research associate in University of Notre Dame in USA. Dr. Su’s research interests include the following areas: Networked Control Systems, Cyber-Physical Systems; Passivity and Dissipativity based Analysis; Distributed Optimization; Systems and Control Theory; Convex Optimization, Semidefinite Programming and Sum-Of-Squares Technique

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Location: Engineering Building
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University of Leicester
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Selected Publications

Journal articles:

  • Su, Lanlan, Vijay Gupta, and Graziano Chesi. "Stabilization of Linear Systems Across a Time-Varying AWGN Fading Channel." IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control (2019).
  • Su, Lanlan, Vijay Gupta, and Panos Antsaklis. "Feedback Passivation of Linear Systems with Fixed-Structure Controllers." IEEE Control Systems Letters (2019).
  • Yan, Yang, Lanlan Su, Vijay Gupta, and Panos Antsaklis. "Analysis of Two-Dimensional Feedback Systems over Networks Using Dissipativity." IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control (2019).
  • Li, Mengmou, Lanlan Su, and Graziano Chesi. "Consensus of heterogeneous multi-agent systems with diffusive couplings via passivity indices." IEEE Control Systems Letters 3.2 (2019): 434-439.
  • Su, Lanlan, and Graziano Chesi. "Robust stability of uncertain linear systems with input and output quantization and packet loss." Automatica 87 (2018): 267-273.
  • Su, Lanlan, and Graziano Chesi. "On the design of output feedback controllers for LTI systems over fading channels." IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control 63.5 (2017): 1503-1508.
  • Su, Lanlan, and Graziano Chesi. "Robust stability analysis and synthesis for uncertain discrete-time networked control systems over fading channels." IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control 62.4 (2016): 1966-1971.

Conference:

  • Su, L., and G. Chesi. "Stability analysis of networked control systems with uncertain packet-loss probability." 2018 SICE International Symposium on Control Systems (SICE ISCS). IEEE, 2018.
  • Su, L., and G. Chesi. "Robust stability of uncertain discrete-time linear systems with input and output quantization." IFAC-PapersOnLine 50.1 (2017): 375-380.
  • Su, L., and G. Chesi. "On the design of output feedback controllers for continuous-time LTI systems over fading channels." International Conference on Intelligent Systems and Image Processing. Institute of Industrial Applications Engineers (IIAE).
  • Su, L., and G. Chesi. "On the design of output feedback controllers for networked control systems over fading channels." International Symposium on Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems (MTNS). 2016.
  • Su, L., and G. Chesi. "On the robust stability of uncertain discrete-time networked control systems over fading channels." 2015 American Control Conference (ACC). IEEE, 2015.

Journal papers under review:

  • Su, Lanlan; Li, Mengmou; Gupta, Vijay; Chesi, Graziano, ''Distributed Resource Allocation over Time-varying Balanced Digraphs with Discrete-time Communication'', under review
  • Figura, Martin; Su, Lanlan; Gupta, Vijay; Inoue, Masaki, '' Instant Distributed Model Predictive Control for Constrained Linear Systems'', under review
  • Li, Mengmou; Su, Lanlan; Liu Tao, ''IFP-based Distributed Optimization With Event-triggered Communication'', under review

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