Carnegie Mellon University
Raffaele Romagnoli, Ph.D., specializes in optimal and robust control system theory. He obtained his doctorate from Universita’ Politecnica delle Marche in 2015. After a period in Belgium as a postdoc, he moved to the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) as a research scientist. His research focuses on ensuring safety and security in AI robotics and edge/cloud computing. Raffaele collaborates with CMU’s Software Engineering Institute on secure control for cyber-physical systems and scientific machine learning. Additionally, he works with the University of Pittsburgh’s Hillman Cancer Center on modeling and control for cancer immunotherapy. Raffaele is an IEEE member and serves on the Conference Editorial Board of the IEEE Control System Society. He also served as Program and General co-Chair for the International Workshop on Software Aging and Rejuvenation co-located with the International Symposium of Software Reliability Engineering, and he is guest editor of the IEEE Transaction on Emerging Topics in Computing. His research interests include nonlinear control, Li-ion batteries, microgravity space applications, and model inversion.