Docente
Daniel De Matos Silvestre

Daniel De Matos Silvestre
dsi***@isr.tecnico.ulisboa.pt
691D-4349-6870
0000-0002-8097-0626

Resume

Dr. Daniel Silvestre received his B.Sc. in Computer Networks in 2008 from the Instituto Superior Técnico (IST), University of Lisbon, Portugal, and an M.Sc. in Advanced Computing in 2009 from the Imperial College London, United Kingdom. In 2017, Dr. Silvestre got his Ph.D. (with the highest honors) in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the former university, and during this period he spent three months visiting his co-supervisor (Joao Hespanha) at University of California at Santa Barbara. Currently, Dr. Silvestre holds a tenure-track position as an Assistant Professor at School of Science and Technology from the NOVA University of Lisbon and conducts his research at COPELABS and the Institute for Systems and Robotics, both in Lisbon (PT). Dr. Daniel Silvestre has authored 17 journal papers in Q1 journal with 10 being in venues over the 92-percentile and, 20 conference papers. His research interests span the fields of fault detection and isolation, distributed systems, network control systems, computer networks, randomized algorithms and nonlinear optimization.

Graus

  • Master
    Advanced Computing
  • Licenciatura
    Engenharia de Redes de Comunicações
  • Doutoramento
    Engenharia Electrotécnica e de Computadores

Publicações

Artigo em conferência

  • Source Localization and Network Topology Discovery in Infection Networks
  • Finite-time Average Consensus in a Byzantine Environment Using Stochastic Set-Valued Observers
  • Economia Circular e Objectivos de Desenvolvimento Sustentável: a Ilha de Príncipe
  • A general discrete-time method to achieve resilience in consensus algorithms, IEEE Conference on Decision and Control
  • A Rendezvous Algorithm for Multi-agent Systems in Disconnected Network Topologies
  • 2019-12, Sensitivity Analysis for Linear Systems based on Reachability Sets, Conference on Decision and Control
  • 2019-07-10, Desynchronization for Decentralized Medium Access Control based on Gauss-Seidel Iterations, American Control Conference (ACC)
  • 2018-07-16, Fault Detection for Cyber-Physical Systems: Smart Grid case, 23rd International Symposium on Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems
  • 2018-06-27, A PageRank Algorithm based on Asynchronous Gauss-Seidel Iterations, American Control Conference (ACC)
  • 2015-07-15, Self-Triggered Set-Valued Observers, European Control Conference (ECC)
  • 2015, Finite-time convergence policies in state-dependent social networks, American Control Conference (ACC)
  • 2014, Finite-time average consensus in a Byzantine environment using Set-Valued Observers
  • 2013, Gossip average consensus in a byzantine environment using stochastic set-valued observers
  • 2011, Average consensus and gossip algorithms in networks with stochastic asymmetric communications
  • 2010, Digital preservation based on federations of data grids, IBERGRID - Iberian Grid Infrastructure Conference
  • 2010, A geographic unicast routing algorithm using no location service, Ninth IEEE International Symposium on Network Computing and Applications

Artigo em revista

  • 2022, Constrained Convex Generators, IEEE Control Systems Letters
  • 2021-07-10, The robust minimal controllability and observability problem, International Journal of Robust and Nonlinear Control
  • 2021-07, Resilient Desynchronization for Decentralized Medium Access Control, IEEE Control Systems Letters
  • 2021-01-01, Node and network resistance to bribery in multi-agent systems, Systems & Control Letters
  • 2020-12-30, General resilient consensus algorithms, International Journal of Control
  • 2020-12-20, Distinguishability of discrete-time linear systems, International Journal of Robust and Nonlinear Control
  • 2020-02, A microscopic-view Infection model based on linear systems, Information Sciences
  • 2020-01, OPTool—An optimization toolbox for iterative algorithms, SoftwareX
  • 2020, Reputation-based Method to Deal with Bad Sensor Data, IEEE Control Systems Letters
  • 2019-06, Broadcast and Gossip Stochastic Average Consensus Algorithms in Directed Topologies, IEEE Transactions on Control of Network Systems
  • 2017-10, Self-Triggered and Event-Triggered Set-Valued Observers, Information Sciences
  • 2017-08, Fault detection for LPV systems using Set-Valued Observers: A coprime factorization approach, Systems & Control Letters
  • 2017-05-29, Set-based fault detection and isolation for detectable linear parameter-varying systems, International Journal of Robust and Nonlinear Control
  • 2017, Stochastic and deterministic fault detection for randomized gossip algorithms, Automatica
  • 2015, Distributed fault detection using relative information in linear multi-agent networks, IFAC-PapersOnLine

Capítulo de livro

  • 2020, Decentralized Control for Multi-agent Missions Based on Flocking Rules, Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, Springer International Publishing

Tese / Dissertação

  • 2017-12-20, Doutoramento, Fault-tolerant Stochastic Distributed Systems

Poster em conferência

  • 2016, Stochastic and Deterministic State- Dependent Social Networks, Encontro Ciência FCT
  • 2013, Asymmetric Randomized Gossip Algorithm for Average Consensus, LarSYS meeting

Outra produção

  • 2015, Set-Consensus using Set-Valued Observers

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