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Lillian J. Ratliff

Ph.D. student, EECS at UC Berkeley
(ratliffl at eecs.berkeley)

Interests: Game Theory, Dynamical Systems,
Control Theory, Cyber-Physical Systems
Advisors: Shankar Sastry, Pravin Varaiya

Education:
B.S. Mathematics, 2008 UNLV
B.S. Electrical Engineering, 2008 UNLV
M.S. Electrical Engineering, 2010 UNLV

Lillian Ratliff is a Ph.D. candidate in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at UC Berkeley. Her training is in game theory, dynamical systems and control. Her research interests lie at the intersection of the study of non-cooperative games, mechanism design and social cyber-physical systems (S-CPS). She is interested in utilizing the complex datasets captured through new sensing and control technologies being deployed in critical infrastructure, such as the smart grid, to develop data-driven models for both system and agent behavior and then using them in parallel with game theory for analysis and synthesis in S-CPS. She is the recipient of a National Science Foundation graduate student fellowship (2009).



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