Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Alexandre Megretski is a professor in MIT’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and a member of the Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems. His research interests include nonlinear system identification and model reduction, nonlinear dynamical system analysis, design and validation of hybrid control algorithms, optimization of nonlinear robust controllers, optimization, and applications such as nonlinear circuits, live neuron modeling, analog-digital conversion, and digital pre-distortion. Previously, he was a researcher at the Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden; University of Newcastle, Australia; and a faculty member at Iowa State University, Ames. He was also a co-founder of NanoSemi Inc.
- Tanovic, O., Ma, R., Orlik, P., Megretski, A. (2020). Optimal Power Encoding of OFDM Signals in All-Digital Transmitters. IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM).
- Tanovic, O. and Megretski, A. (2019). Causally Stable Approximation of Optimal Maps in Maximal Value Constrained Least-Squares Optimization. Proceedings of the 18th European Control Conference (ECC).
- Vu, T. L., Nguyen, H. D., Megretski, A., Slotine, J-J., Turitsyn, K. (2018). Inverse Stability Problem and Applications to Renewables Integration. IEEE Control Systems Letters, Vol. 2:1.
- July 3, 2019: MIT News, Making wireless communication more energy efficient.