Alexandre Amice

Alexandre Amice

Research In Applied Optimization

MIT

I am a fourth year PhD student in MIT’s EECS Department advised by Professor Pablo Parrilo and Professor Russ Tedrake. I am broadly interested in optimal and efficient decision making, especially for large scale or complex dynamical systems. I am particularly interested in exploiting polynomial and graph structure to obtain tractable algorithms for problems in control theory and certification. In addition to my research, I am an active contributor to Drake, an open-source simulator for model-based design and control of robots.

Interests
  • Optimization
  • Control of Dynamical Systems
  • Robotics
Education
  • PhD in Electrical Engineering and Compute Science, 2025 (Expected)

    MIT

  • M.S.E in Robotics, 2020

    University of Pennsylvania

  • B.S.E in Electrical Engineering and Mathematics, 2020

    University of Pennsylvania

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