Giuseppe Notarstefano is Associate Professor at the Università del Salento
(Lecce, Italy), where he was Assistant Professor (Ricercatore) from February
2007 to May 2016. He received the Laurea degree “summa cum laude” in Electronics
Engineering from the Università di Pisa in 2003 and the Ph.D. degree in
Automation and Operation Research from the Università di Padova in April
2007. He has been visiting scholar at the University of Stuttgart, University of
California Santa Barbara and University of Colorado Boulder. His research
interests include distributed optimization, cooperative control in complex
networks, applied nonlinear optimal control, and trajectory optimization and
maneuvering of aerial and car vehicles.
He serves as an Associate Editor in the Conference Editorial Board of the IEEE
Control Systems Society and for European Control Conference, IFAC World
Congress, IEEE Multi-Conference on Systems and Control, ACM/IEEE Int. Conference
on Cyber-Physical Systems and Int. Symposium on Distributed Autonomous Robotic
He coordinated the VI-RTUS team winning the International Student Competition
Virtual Formula 2012. He is recipient of an ERC Starting Grant 2014.