Dr Aline Maalouf

I am a control engineering theorist and experimentalist working in the area of quantum control, robust control, optimal control, model predictive control and sensor validation. I am also an electrical engineer specialising in power generation, electrical installation and electrical machines. I banked my research experience from Cambridge University, Oxford University and the University of New South Wales. I have published more than fifty papers in professional journals and conferences. I received awards and recognitions for my research.

I received the PhD degree in control engineering from the University of New South Wale,  Australia in 2011. Also, I hold an Mphil degree in Control Engineering from Cambridge University in UK. I received my BSc. and MSc. in Electrical engineering  from Balamand University.
 
I was a research associate at the University of New South Wales at the Australian Defence Academy from 2011 till 2014.  I am currently a research associate and a lecturer at the Australian National University.

 

I am the convener of the ENGN8537 course: Embedded systems and real time digital signal processing.

Quantum control, optimal control, robust control, stochastic control, power control, sensor validation.

 
Scholarships and Honours:
 
Featured as one of the outstanding intellectuals of the 21 century by IBC Cambridge. 
Featured in who's who in the world
 Featured in who's who in sciences and engineering
University of New South Wales Postgraduate scholarship
Cambridge university Overseas Trust scholarship
 Invensys Company scholarship at Oxford University
 
 
 
Undergraduate Contest Awards:
 
Dean's honour list at Balamand University.
BSc. and MSc. final year projects won first prizes
ALMA prize
 

 

  PhD
University of New South Wales, Australia.


Thesis Title:  New Developments in the theory of robust feedback control for linear quantum systems.
 
 
  Mphil degree in Control Engineering
Cambridge University, UK


Thesis Title: The effect of the time constant of the reference trajectory in predictive control on closed-loop stability.
 
 
 
  MSc. Electrical Engineering
Balamand University
Average: 94/100
First class honour, Dean's Honor list.
ALMA Prize


 
 
  BSc. Electrical Engineering
Balamand University
Average: 90/100

First class honour, Dean's Honor list.

 
   
           
 
 
 
 

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