I am an Assistant Professor at the Nara Institute of Science and Technology in the Graduate School of Information Science, where he belongs to the Intelligent System Control Laboratory. I received my M.Sc. degree in Informatics from Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan, and my Ph.D. in Mathematics from Texas Tech University. From 2014 to 2017, I was a Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Pennsylvania under the supervision by Victor M. Preciado. My primary research interest lies in the analysis and control of dynamical systems over large-scale, complex, and temporal networks.
Email: oguram [at] is.naist.jp
Looking for students!
My research topics include, but are not limited to, control of networks, temporal networks, control over communication networks, mathematical analysis of biological populations, and analysis/optimization of brownian clocks.
I can advise students fully in English, as you can imagine from my experience :)
If you are interested in (my) research topics, feel free to come to my office B604! Appointments are not necessary, but recommended.
Jan 2018: Paper accepted in Systems & Control Letters [arXiv]
Sep 2017: Member of IFAC Technical Committee on Networked Systems
Aug 2017: Paper accepted in Automatica [arXiv]
May 2017: Seminar at Washington State University
Apr 2017: Paper accepted in Physical Review E [arXiv]
May 2017: ACC2017, Co-chair: Optimal Control III
Mar 2017: Joinning the Nara Institute of Science and Technology as an Assistant Professor.
Dec 2016: CDC2016, Chair: Networked Control Systems IV
Sep 2016: Seminar at Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology.
Aug 2016: Our paper published in IEEE Transactions on Network Science and Engineering was the most popular article in the journal during May 2016.