Jesús Mendoza Ávila, Dr.

I received the B. Eng. degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) in 2015. In 2017, I received the M. Eng. degree in Electrical Engineering, with specialization in automatic control, from the same institution. Subsequently, I received the Dr.-Eng. degree in Electrical Engineering, with specialization in automatic control, in 2021 from the UNAM for a thesis on the analysis of stability of  homogenous nonlinear systems and the design of continuous higher-order sliding mode controllers. Afterwards, I held a postdoc position at the Inria Center of the University of Lille in France from December 2021 until November 2023, where I participate in the ANR-DFG project: “Self-Synchronization In Power Networks With Periodic Dynamics”.  Since February 2024, I am a scientific research assistant of  the Chair Control Systems and Network Control Technology of the BTU Cottbus- Senftenberg, Germany, where I am particularly collaborating with the Young Investigator Group (YIG) ``Distributed Control and Operation of Integrated Energy Systems,’’ which is part of the project ``Control Systems and Cyber Security Lab (COSYS Lab)’’ of the Energy Innovation Center (EIZ). Moreover, I am a member of the IEEE Control Systems Society since 2017.

My research interests are in the robust stability analysis of nonlinear systems, with application to complex and networked multi-energy systems. Furthermore, I am interested in the analysis of finite-time convergent systems, the design of sliding mode controller and its applications.

For an overview of my publication record see ‪Jesus Mendoza Avila - ‪Google Académico.