Andreas Kasis is a Research Fellow at KIOS Research and Innovation Center of Excellence. He received the B.A. (first class) and M.Eng. (Distinction) degrees in Information and Computer Engineering from Robinson College, University of Cambridge, in 2013. He then pursued a PhD, funded by EPSRC and CHESS scholarships. He successfully defended his thesis, with title ‘Distributed schemes for stability and optimality in power networks’, in 2017. Following his PhD, he worked as a Research Associate with the Control Group, University of Cambridge until September 2019.
His research interests focus on the distributed control of complex, heterogeneous, network systems. Topics of current interest include: (i) Distributed control and optimization of large scale systems. (ii) Control of generation and demand with linear, nonlinear, discontinuous and hybrid dynamics in power networks.