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Ph.D, University of Pennsylvania
B.S., Gardner-Webb University
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Areas of Research
- Cyber-physical systems and network science
limited-communication control; security and resilience; coordination of smart devices; dynamics over networks
- Multi-agent systems and unmanned aerial systems
resource management, distributed optimization and information-constrained control and implementation
- Energy and power systems
renewable energy integration, limited-communication coordination, energy management systems
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Selected Awards and Honors
- NSF Travel Grant to Cyber-physical systems week (2014 & 2011)
- Honorable Mention, NSF Graduate Research Fellowship (2009 & 2008)
- Fellow, Ford Foundation (administered by the NRC of the National Academies) (2008)
- William Fontaine Scholar, Penn (2008)
- Summa cum laude, GWU (2008)
- Student Leadership, Service and Volunteerism Award, GWU (2007)
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- Convergence of Limited Communication Gradient Methods
S. Magnusson, C. Enyioha, N. Li, C. Fischione and V. Tarokh
Accepted for publication in the IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, 2017
- On Variability of Renewable Energy and Online Power Allocation
C. Enyioha, S. Magnusson, K. Heal, N. Li, C. Fischione and V. Tarokh
In the IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, 2017
- Dynamic Resource Allocation to Control Epidemic Outbreaks: A Model Predictive Control Approach
J. Kohler, C. Enyioha, and F. Allgower.
To appear in Proceedings of the 2018 American Control Conference.
- Practical Coding Schemes for Bandwidth Limited One-Way Communication Resource Allocation
S. Magnusson, C. Enyioha, N. Li, C. Fischione, and V. Tarokh.
In Proceedings of the 55th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC) , Las Vegas, NV, 2016
- Distributed Resource Allocation for Control of Spreading Processes
C. Enyioha, A. Jadbabie, V. Preciado and G.J. Pappas.
In Proceedings of the IEEE European Control Conference, Linz, Austria 2015.
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- Information theory (ES 250), Harvard, Fall 2017
- Signals and Systems (ES 156) Harvard, Spring 2017
- Robotics Instructor, Summer research program, Summer 2016
- Signals and Systems (ES 156) Harvard, Spring 2016
- Statistical Inference for Scientists and Engineerings (AM 101) Harvard, Fall 2015
- Engineering Probability (ESE 301) Penn, Fall 2010
- Linear Systems Theory (ESE 500), Penn, Fall 2009
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Chinwendu Enyioha is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Harvard University, hosted by Vahid Tarokh and Na Li. Prior to arriving Harvard, he was a Postdoctoral Researcher in Electrical and Systems Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania, where he also completed his Ph.D. His doctoral research, supervised by George Pappas and Ali Jadbabaie, in the areas of networked dynamical systems, and cyber-physical systems. While at Penn, he was affiliated with the GRASP (Robotics) Lab and the PRECISE Center.
Before that, he completed the BS in Mathematics (Summa Cum Laude) at Gardner-Webb University (GWU). Dr. Enyioha is a Fellow of the Ford Foundation, was named a Fontaine Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania and has received the Mathematical Association of America Patterson award, amongst others. His research lies in the areas of design, optimization and limited-communication coordination of distributed networked systems, with applications to aerial robots, cyber-physical networks and smart, connected devices.