My research is focused towards control systems design to handle dynamical systems with an emphasis on the control of networked and large-scale systems such as cooperative driving of connected autonomous vehicles, time delay systems and optimisation based control techniques. In particular, my research work emphasises on establishing the groundwork for the development of multi-disciplinary design techniques, which include optimal and robust control, networked control systems, cooperative control, cyber-physical systems.
B. Tech in Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering, Haldia Institute of Technology, affiliated to West Bengal University of Technology, India 2008.
M. E. in Power Engineering, Jadavpur University, India 2010.
PhD in Engineering, Jadavpur University, India 2018.
Kaushik Halder is a Research Associate in the School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh, UK. He is currently working on Privacy Systems Engineering using control theory and feedback loops in Anonymous Communication Networks (ACNs). Dr Halder received the B. Tech degree in Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering from the Haldia Institute of Technology, India, in 2008, and the M.E. degree in Power Engineering and the PhD degree in Engineering from Jadavpur University, India, in 2010 and 2018, respectively. He got the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Govt. of India scholarship (http://mhrd.gov.in ) for his master's study and University Grants Commission (UGC)-Basic Scientific Research (BSR), Govt. of India fellowship (https://www.ugc.ac.in/page/Basic
Scientific Research.aspx aspx) for his doctoral study. He served as an Assistant Professor in the Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering Department with the National Institute of Science and Technology, Brahmapur, India, during 2010–2013. After his PhD, he worked as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Mechanical Engineering Sciences, University of Surrey, UK, during 2019-2021. His postdoctoral research was on Distributed Communication and Control for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles in the University of Surrey and the project was jointly sponsored by EPSRC and Jaguar and Land Rover, UK. His principal research interests include control theory, networked control systems, cooperative control systems, and cyber-physical systems.
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