Ye Yuan was born on Oct. 1986. He received his B. Eng. (Valedictorian) under the supervision of Prof. Yugeng Xi from Department of Automation, Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 7.2008 and M. Phil., Ph.D. from Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge in 9.2009, 2.2012 under the supervision of Dr. Jorge Goncalves. He was a visiting student researcher at UNM, HKUST, Balling Lab at Luxembourg Centre of System Biomedicine and Richard M. Murray's Lab at Caltech. He is now a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, working on a three-UK-institute joint project on " Control Engineering Inspired Design Tools for Synthetic Biology". He is also holding a visiting researcher position at Bioengineering, Imperial College London with Prof. Mauricio Barahona and Dr. Guy-Bart Stan from Oct. 2011 to Jan. 2015.
He is the recipient of Dorothy Hodgkin Postgraduate Awards, Microsoft Research PhD Scholarship, Cambridge Overseas Scholarship (twice), Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Students Studying Abroad and Henry Lester Scholarship (four times), and a number of travel awards from Pembroke College, Cambridge Engineering Department, Microsoft Research, IEEE, EECI, Los Alamos National Lab etc.. His research interest lies in the mathematical control theory, graph theory with applications to complex network and biology. He is a member of IEEE and IET, a reviewer of IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, Automatica, Systems and Control Letter, IEEE Signal Processing Letter, IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I, IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II, IEEE CDC, ACC, etc..
Ye is a organiser of Cambridge Systems and Synthetic Biology Study Group (weekly research discussion, paper presentation, presentation by external invited speakers). Please contact me if you are interested in coming to give a talk.
 I will be joining Darwin College as a Junior Research Fellow this Fall.
 In the news: "China Scholars Abroad" Link (in Chinese).
 Best Paper Award Finalist, IEEE ICIA (awarded by Prof. Morari ETH) Pic.
Wei Pan (Ph.D., Bioengineering, Imperial College, 2011-) Nonlinear identification.
David Hayden (Ph.D., Control Engineering, Cambridge, 2011-) Network Reconstruction in Polynomial-time.
Peyman Gifani (Ph.D., Control Engineering, Cambridge, 2011-) Synthetic Biology: design princeple.
Xin Yang (Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Cambridge, 2011-) Stability analysis for IGBT.
Neave O'Clery (Ph.D., Mathematics, Imperial College, 2011-) Graph Theory, Complex Networks.
Jerry Thia (M.S., Control Engineering, Cambridge) Distributed Kalman Filter.
Andreas Kasis (M.S., Control Engineering, Cambridge) Modelling Huntington's Disease Development in Patients.
Paraic Chung (M.S., Control Engineering, Cambridge) Day-trading: Modelling and Predicting Short Term Stock Prices.
Sang Han (M.S., Control Engineering, Cambridge, 2009-2010) Network Reconstruction with its Applications to Biology and Finance.
Network Reconstruction with Application to Biology Poster 1 Poster 2
Decentralised Minimal-time Consensus
Y. Yuan, Decentralised network prediction and reconstruction algorithms, Ph.D. Thesis, University of Cambridge, 2012.
Y. Yuan, G. Stan, S. Warnick and J. Goncalves, ``Robust dynamical network structure reconstruction,'', Automatica, 2011.
Y. Yuan, G. Stan, M. Barahona, L. Shi, and J. Goncalves, ``Decentralised minimal-time consensus,'', Automatica, 2013.
E. Herrero, E. Kolmos, N. Bujdoso, Y. Yuan, M. Wang, M. Berns, G. Coupland, R. Saini, M. Jaskolski, A. Webb, J. Goncalves and S. Davis, ``EARLY FLOWERING 4 recruitment of EARLY FLOWERING 3 in the nucleus sustains the Arabidopsis circadian clock,'' the Plant Cell, 2012.
W. Pan, Y. Yuan*, J. Goncalves and G. Stan, ``Reconstruction of arbitrary biochemical reaction networks: A compressive sensing approach,'' 51st IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, 2012. Technical Report
D. Hayden, Y. Yuan and J. Goncalves, ``Robust network reconstruction in polynomial time,'' 51st IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, 2012. Technical Report
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