About the Lab

The rapid convergence of sensing, communication and computing on single platforms such as smartphones, connected watches and wearables has created unprecedented opportunities for monitoring large scale systems. In particular, cyberphysical systems, which integrate coupled physical and computational processes have greatly benefited from this trend over the last decade. Applications of this new sensing paradigm has great breakthrough potential on mobility in smart cities, management of large scale infrastructure (water, energy), and connected health.

Keywords: control and estimation of distributed parameter systems, partial differential equations control, traffic, water, energy

Contact Me

  •  Institute of Transportation Studies
    109 McLaughlin Hall
    Berkeley, CA 94720-1720
  • (510) 642-3585 (FAX)
  •  Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
    Civil and Environmental Engineering
    642 Sutardja Dai Hall (CITRIS Building)
    Berkeley, CA 94720-1764
  • (510) 642-3586 (TEL)
  • bayen@berkeley.edu
  • @alexandrebayen

Alexandre M. Bayen

Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
University of California, Berkeley