Airlie Chapman




    • Ph.D. in Aeronautics & Astronautics, University of Washington (2013)
    • M.Sc. in Mathematics, University of Washington (2013)
    • M.Eng. in Research, University of Sydney (2008)
    • B.Eng. in Aeronautical (Space), University of Sydney (2006)
    • B.Sc. in Adv. Mathematics and Physics, University of Sydney (2006)

    Research Interests

    • Networked Dynamic Systems
    • Multi-agent Systems
    • Control Theory
    • Graph Theory
    • Network Security
    • Semi-Autonomous Networks
    • Advection on Graphs
    • Network Controllability

    Publications List

    Book/Book Chapters

    • Airlie Chapman (2015) "Semi-Autonomous Network: Effective Control for Networked Systems through Protocols, Design, and Modeling", Springer. Book Link
    • Airlie Chapman, Eric Schoof and Mehran Mesbahi (2015) "Online Adaptive Network Design for Disturbance Rejection". In Cambridge University Press's Principles of Cyber-Physical Systems. (to appear)
    • Airlie Chapman and Mehran Mesbahi (2015) "UAV Swarms: Models and Effective Interfaces", 1987-2019. In Handbook of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Springer. Chapter Link
    • Airlie Chapman and Mehran Mesbahi (2013) "Security and Infiltration of Networks: A Structural Controllability and Observability Perspective", 143-160.  In Springer's Lecture Notes on Control and Information Sciences 449. Chapter Link


    • Eric Schoof, Airlie Chapman and Mehran Mesbahi (2017), "Weighted Bearing-Compass Dynamics: Edge and Leader Selection", Transactions on Network Science and Engineering. (submitted)
    • Armand Awad, Airlie Chapman, Eric Schoof, Anshu Narang-Siddarth and Mehran Mesbahi (2017), "Time-Scale Separation in Networks: State-Dependent Graphs and Consensus and Tracking",Transactions on Control of Network Systems. (submitted)
    • Andrés D. González, Airlie Chapman, Leonardo Dueñas-Osorio, Mehran Mesbahi and Raissa M. D’Souza (2017), "Efficient Infrastructure Restoration Strategies using the Recovery Operator", Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering. (submitted)
    • Jeffrey Emenheiser, Airlie Chapman, Márton Pósfai, James P. Crutchfield, Mehran Mesbahi, and Raissa M. D'Souza (2016) "Patterns of patterns of synchronization: Noise induced switching in rings of reactively coupled nonlinear oscillators", (26) 9:094816. Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science.
    • Saghar Hosseini, Airlie Chapman, and Mehran Mesbahi (2016) "Online Distributed ADMM on Networks".  Automatica. (submitted)
    • Saghar Hosseini, Airlie Chapman, and Mehran Mesbahi (2015) "Online Distributed Optimization on Dynamics Networks".  IEEE Transactions on Automatics Control. (to appear)
    • Airlie Chapman, Marzieh Nabi-Abdolyousefi and Mehran Mesbahi (2014) Controllability and Observability of Network-of-Networks via Cartesian Products, 2668- 2679. IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control 59 (10). Errata
    • Airlie Chapman and Mehran Mesbahi (2013) Semi-Autonomous Consensus: Network Measures and Adaptive Trees, 19-31. IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control 58 (1).
    • Airlie Chapman and Mehran Mesbahi (2012) System Theoretic Aspects of Influenced Consensus: Single Input Case, 1505-1511. IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control 57 (6).
    • Peter Domachuk, Airlie Chapman, Eric Magi, Michael J. Steel, Hong C. Hguyen, and Benjamin J. Eggleton (2005) "Transverse characterization of high air-fill fraction tapered photonic crystal fiber", 3885-92. In Applied Optics 44 (19).


    Invited Talks

    • NetSci 2014 School, "A brief introduction to control theory with applications to dynamic networks", Berkeley, 2014. Slides Code
    • Raissa D'Souza's Group, "Semi-Autonomous Networks", UC Davis, 2014.
    • Johann Bernoulli Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science, "Effective Control of Networked Systems through Modeling, Interfaces, and Design", University of Groningen, The Netherlands, 2012.
    • Large Graph and Networks group, "Effective Control of Networked Systems" University Catholique De Louvain (UCL), 2012.


    PhD Documents

  • Dissertation: Semi-Autonomous Networks: Effective Control of Networked Systems through Protocols, Design and Modeling
  • Generals: Semi-Autonomous Networks: Effective Control of Networked Systems through Design, Modeling, and Protocols
  • Selected Awards

    • Springer Thesis Prize: Nominated by the University of Washington an outstanding Ph.D. thesis (2014)
    • College of Engineering Dean's Fellowship (2012-2013)
    • IROS Student Travel Award (2012)
    • Graduate School Fund for Excellence and Innovation (GSFEI) Graduate Student Travel Award (2011,2012)
    • Amelia Earhart Fellowship (2010-2011,2011-2012)
    • CDC-ECC Student Travel Award (2011)
    • Best Session Presentation Award, American Control Conference (2011)
    • Kambala Leadership Scholarship (2011)
    • ACC Student Travel Award (2011, 2012)
    • Clarimont L. Egtvedt Fellowship, University of Washington (2010-2011)
    • Outstanding Female Engineer Award, University of Washington (2010)
    • Best Student Paper Finalist, 1st IFAC Workshop on Estimation and Control of Networked Systems (2009)
    • Andris Vagners Memorial Fellowship, University of Washington (2008-2009)
    • Australian Postgraduate Award (2007-2008)
    • University of Sydney Merit Scholarship (2002-2006)
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