I recently attended the 6th Midwest Workshop on Control and Game Theory hosted by the University of Michigan. The two-day workshop brought together faculty, postdocs, and grad students in the fields of controls, optimization, game theory, and economics. This was my first time visiting Ann Arbor; it’s truly a beautiful city (see photo on the right!).
My talk was about using tools from robust control to analyze the performance of iterative algorithms. It’s one of my favorite topics to talk about and I’m grateful for the opportunity to present my work to such a diverse crowd! My slides are available for download here.
Congratulations to Vijay Subramanian, Dimitra Panagou, Necmiye Ozay, and the other organizers for a stellar workshop. I’m looking forward to the 7th edition of this workshop next year!