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Fabio Molinari

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Fabio Molinari

Technische Universität Berlin
Fachgebiet Regelungssysteme
Sekretariat EN11
Einsteinufer 17
D-10587 Berlin

Office: EN 209 (Elektrotechnik Neubau)
Phone: +49 (0)30 314-25444
Fax: +49 (0)30 314-21137
Email: molinari@control.TU-berlin.de


My research focuses on Consensus Based Cooperative Control. In particular, I deal with the Consensus-based Control of Multiagent Systems over Wireless Channels. I mainly deal also with the usage of Auction-based Consensus Protocols for the decentralized automation of a road traffic environment. I am interested in the analysis of Digraphs' Spectra and in the interplay between Communication and Control. I am a participant to the Priority Program of the German Research Foundation DFG SPP1914.

Brief Biography

I studied Automation and Control Engineering at Politecnico di Milano. I wrote my master thesis together with MOVE research group on the "Bilateral Control for a Series Hybrid Electric Bicycle". I got my master degree in September 2015. Then, from October 2015 to October 2016, I worked at Johannes Kepler Universität in Linz (Austria) as a scientific assistant, dealing with traffic stochasticity, autonomous overtaking, and autonomous vehicles in general. Since December 2016, I am doctoral candidate at the Control Systems Group at TU Berlin with Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jörg Raisch. My PhD topic is "Cooperative Consensus-based Control of Multiagent Systems over Wireless Channels".


  • SPP1914. DFG Priority Programme Cyber-Physical Networking.
  • YatSim. An Open Source Simulation Tool for the Automation of Traffic in Realistic Urban Scenario.

A fast overview of the newly-released open source tool can be seen here-below.

Supervised Theses

J. A. Delgado Guerrero. Automation of Road Intersections Using Consensus-Based Auction Algorithm. Master Thesis, TU Berlin, Germany, 2017.

A. M. Dethof. Design of a Simulation Tool for the Automation of Road Intersections in a Realistic Urban Scenario. Master Thesis, TU Berlin, Germany, 2018.

Student Master- / Bachelor Theses

Currently, there are no theses available.


An almost-always up-to-date publication list can be found on Google Scholar or ResearchGate.

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