Multi-agent Networks Laboratory

Research description

Multi-agent networks are broadly characterized by large collections of spatially distributed agents, which are capable of sensing, computing, communicating and actuating, and can collectively accomplish missions beyond individual capabilities. Our research interests lie in the design, analysis, decision-making and control of multi-agent networks with applications in security, robotic networks and the smart grid.

Our current and past research topics include

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Our research is generously sponsored by:

Army Research Office
National Science Foundation
Nationa Security Agency
Department of Energy