Zoran Gajic

Professor and Graduate Director

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Education
B.S. in Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade
M.S. in Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade
M.S. in Applied Mathematics, Michigan State University
Ph.D. in Systems Science Engineering, Michigan State University

Research Interests
Power control of wireless networks

Awards and Recognitions
Six graduate students supervised by Professor Gajic are now Professors at respected world universities.
Editorial Board of five professional journals.
Guest Editor for five professional journal special issues.
Plenary speaker at three international conferences.
Professor Gajic's books were published in three languages, including a translation into Chinese, and a reproduction by Dover Publications.
Associate Director of the Rutgers Center for Systems and Controls (SYCON, Director Professor E. Sontag) since 2006.
Elected President of the Rutgers AAUP-AFT Faculty Union, New Brunswick Campus, since 2006.
A Life Master of the U.S. Chess Federation.
A Master of the World Chess Federation.

Recent Journal Articles

[1] T. Nguyen and Z. Gajic, “Solving the Matrix Differential Riccati
Equation—A Lyapunov Equation Approach,” IEEE Transactions on Automatic
Control, Vol. 55, 191–194, Jan. 2010.

[2] T. Nguyen, W-C. Su, and Z. Gajic, “Output feedback sliding mode
control for sampled data systems,” IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control,
Vol. 55, 1684–1689, 2010.

[3] T. Nguyen and Z. Gajic, “Finite horizon optimal control of singularly
perturbed linear systems: A differential Lyapunov equation approach,” IEEE
Transactions on Automatic Control, Vol. 55, 2148–2152, 2010.

[4] S. Koskie, C. Coumarbatchand, Z. Gajic, “Exact slow-fast decomposition
of singularly perturbed matrix Riccati differential equations,” Applied
Mathematics and Computation, Vol. 216, 1401–1411, 2010.

[5] Z. Gajic, M. Krstic, and Z. Lin, “Academic Accomplishments of
Professor Hassan H. Khalil,” Dynamics of Continuous, Discrete and
Impulsive Systems: Series B, Applications and Algorithms, invited paper,
Vol. 17, 785–796, 2010.

[6] T. Nguyen, W-C. Su, and Z. Gajic, “Sliding mode control for singularly
perturbed systems: Composite control approaches” Dynamics of Continuous,
Discrete and Impulsive Systems: Series B, Applications and Algorithms,
invited paper, Vol. 17, 1001–1018, 2010.

Email: 

ece_grad @ ece.rutgers.edu

Contact No.: 

(848) 445-3415

Office: 

EE 222