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An Excellence prize for Anthony Hastir of the naXys Institute

The "Distributed Parameter Systems TC Outstanding Student Paper Prize" has just been awarded to Anthony Hastir. A recognition of his talent as a young researcher in his specific technical field.

Anthony Hastir - IEEE Excellence prize

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Anthony Hastir is currently an F.R.S.-FNRS Research Fellow at the Department of Mathematics of the Faculty of Science and at the Institute of Complex Systems (naXys).  He has just been awarded an excellence prize for a paper recently published in connection with his doctoral thesis.

The prize is the “Distributed Parameter Systems TC Outstanding Student Paper Prize”, awarded by the Distributed Parameter Systems Technical Commission of the Control System Society of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).

This award aims to recognize young talents associated with a specific technical field and is awarded to a doctoral student who is the main author of a paper presented at one of the major conferences organized by the IEEE Control System Society.

The paper focuses on the control of so-called distributed parameter systems, such as heat diffusion or wave propagation processes, and more specifically on (bio-)chemical reactor models. The main contribution is the development of a new derivability concept and its application to the optimal (e.g. minimum energy) stabilization of such systems. 




Anthony Hastir received this award for the paper "Local Exponential Stabilization of Nonlinear Infinite-Dimensional Systems". 60th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC), pp. 4038-4045, 2021. Coauthors: Joseph J. Winkin and Denis Dochain.

Ref. IEEE CSS TC Outstanding Student Paper Prize Winners [Awards], IEEE Control Systems, 2022, page 70.