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Chris Verhoek is a Research Assistent at the Control Systems (CS) Group at the Department of Electrical Engineering. His current research is on Learning-Based Control with Stability and Performance Guarantees, under the supervision of Associate Professor Roland Tóth in the Automated Linear Parameter-Varying Modeling and Control Synthesis for Nonlinear Complex Systems (ARPOCS) project. His main research interests include analysis and control of nonlinear and LPV systems, optimal and nonlinear control, and learning-for-control techniques.

Academic background

Chris Verhoek obtained his BSc degree in Mechatronics from the Avans University of Applied Sciences Breda in 2017, and his MSc degree in Systems and Control from the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), cum laude, in 2020. During his MSc research, he worked on incremental dissipativity analysis and control of nonlinear systems and on a performance shaping framework for nonlinear systems. His MSc research was carried out in the Control Systems group at the TU/e, under supervision of Associate Professor Roland Tóth.

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