Our lab is supported by the following projects and grants.
TEPCO Memorial Foundation Research Grant (Basic Research) "Modular Design of Data-Adaptive Decentralized Control Systems Towards Sustainable Renewable Power Supply" (2020.04.01-2023.03.31) [Link]
JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Early-Career Scientists "Development of Retrofit Control Theory for Large-Scale Network Systems" (2018.04.01-2021.03.31) [Link]
JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A) "Mathematical Foundations of Multi-Agent Optimization" (2020.04.01-2024.03.31) [Link]
JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A) "Glocal Traffic Control of Next Generation Transportation Systems" (2018.04.01-2022.03.31) [Link]
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JST-Mirai Program "Development of grid cooperative/distributed real time smart energy system permitting large scale installation of renewable energy power source premising low-cost social implementation" (2018.11-) [Link]
JST Strategic Basic Research Programs, Solution-Driven Co-creative R&D Program for SDGs（SOLVE for SDGs）"Development of clean energy prosumer model aiming at community participation by utilizing hydrogen technology" (2019.11-) [Link]
WISE Program: Doctoral Program for World-leading Innovative & Smart Education
Super Smart Society Promotion Consortium [Link]
2020.12.18 Ishizaki received IEEE Control Systems Magazine Outstanding Paper Award. [Link]
2020.11.04 Work on retrofit control was announced as a press release from Tokyo Tech. [Link]
2020.10.28 Work on modulairy-in-design of decentralized control systems based on retrofit control was accepted as Full Paper in IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control.
2020.08.15 Work on day-ahead energy market under the planned balancing policy in Japan was accepted as a paper in Energy Economics.
2020.04.01 Ishizaki lab started up.
2020.03.12 Project on modular design of data-adaptive decentralized control systems was accepted as TEPCO Memorial Foundation Research Grant.
2019.06.03 Work on retrofit control with approximate environment modeling was accepted as a regular paper in Automatica.
2019.03.08 Ishizaki received Pioneer Award of SICE Control Division was given to work on modular design of decentralized control systems.
2019.02.07 Work on robust unit commitment was announced as a press release from Tokyo Tech and JST. [Link]
Department of Systems and Control Engineering
School of Engineering
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Past Research Projects
Tokyo Tech Challenging Research President's Honorary Award "Design Theory for System of Systems Towards Future Smart Grid Development" (2018.07.01-2019.03.31) [Link]
School of Engineering Grant-in-Aid for Assistant Professors "Development of Retrofit Methods for Decentralized Control Systems" (-2017.03.31)
JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists (B) "Hierarchical Distributed Control for Large-Scale Network Systems" (2014.04.01-2017.03.31) [Link]
JSPS Grant-in-Aid for JSPS Fellows "Analysis and Synthesis of Complex Large-Scale Network Systems" (2011.04.01-2012.10.31) [Link]
Joint research with TOSHIBA (2015.09.01-2017.03.31)
Project Team Member