Dr. R. (Riccardo) Ferrari
Dr. R. (Riccardo) Ferrari
Dr. Riccardo Ferrari is a Marie Curie Alumnus and an Assistant Professor in Fault Tolerant Control in the Delft Center for Systems and Control, within the Faculty of Mechanical, Maritime, and Materials Engineering (3mE) at Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands.
His team investigates how to make dynamical systems safe and resilient against faults, malicious cyber-attacks and degradation phenomena, using model-based approaches that are robust against uncertainty. His research is applied to problems in wind energy, in the aerospace and in the automotive sectors, in particular for electric and for cooperative automous vehicles.
A Switching Multiplicative Watermarking Scheme for Detection of Stealthy Cyber-Attacks
Riccardo M.G. Ferrari / Andre M.H. Teixeira
Privatized distributed anomaly detection for large-scale nonlinear uncertain systems
Vahab Rostampour / Riccardo M.G. Ferrari / Andre M.H. Teixeira / Tamas Keviczky
A Novel Adaptive Controller for Robot Manipulators Based on Active Inference
Corrado Pezzato / Riccardo M.G. Ferrari / Carlos Hernández
The Immersion and Invariance Wind Speed Estimator Revisited and New Results
Yichao Liu / Atindriyo Kusumo Pamososuryo / Riccardo M.G. Ferrari / Jan Willem van Wingerden
First Prize at the Aerospace Industrial Benchmark on Fault Detection
Awarded at IFAC 2020 by Airbus.
The competition involved designing, coding and testing an algorithm for detecting faults in avionic components of a civil commercial aircraft. A detailed simulation model was provided as a benchmark. Competition was organised by Airbus and Stellenbosch University.
21st IFAC World Congress 2020
Honourable Mention at Paul M Frank Award 2018
Finalist paper at Paul M Frank Award 2018:
V. Rostampour, R. M. G. Ferrari, A. H. Teixeira, and T. Keviczky, “Differentially-Private Distributed Fault Diagnosis for Large-Scale Nonlinear Uncertain Systems,” in Procs. of 10th IFAC Symposium on Fault Detection, Supervision and Safety for Technical Processes (SAFEPROCESS 2018), Warsaw (Poland) August 29 - 31, 2018, 2018
10th IFAC Symposium on Fault Detection, Supervision and Safety for Technical Processes
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship
Project title: "SURE, Safe Unmanned Robotic Ensembles"
Grant number: 707546
Grant amount: Eur 177.598,80
Second place at Competition on Fault Detection and Fault Tolerant Control for Wind Turbines
The competition was organised by The Mathworks and K.K. Electronics at IFAC 2011. It involved designing and testing in simulation an algorithm for detecting faults in a wind turbine. A benchmark simulation model was provided.
Results of the competition were announced and discussed in the following paper
Peter Fogh Odgaard, Jakob Stoustrup,
Results of a Wind Turbine FDI Competition,
IFAC Proceedings Volumes,
Volume 45, Issue 20,
18th IFAC World Congress
2022-05-04 - 2024-05-03