Sebastien Gros received his Ph.D degree from EPFL, Switzerland, in 2007. After a journey by bicycle from Switzerland to the Everest base camp in full autonomy, he joined a R&D group hosted at Strathclyde University focusing on wind turbine control. In 2011, he joined the university of KU Leuven as a postdoc, where his main research focus was on optimal control and fast MPC for complex mechanical systems. He joined the Department of Signals and Systems at Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg in 2013, where he became associate Prof. in 2017. He is now full Prof. and Head of Dept. of Cybernetics at NTNU, Norway and guest Prof. at Chalmers. His main research interests include MPC, Markov Decision Processes, Learning for MPC, Economic MPC, stochastic optimal control, Reinforcement Learning, numerical methods, and bio- and energy-related applications.
Prof. and Head of Department