Wenjun Mei


Ph.D. candidate in Dept. Mechanical Engineering
Center for Control, Dynamical Systems, and Computation
University of California, Santa Barbara
Advisor: Professor Francesco Bullo

Email: meiwenjunbd@gmail.com
Tel: +1 (805)-453-7303
Office: 2217 Engineering II, UCSB

Links: Curriculum Vitae, Google Scholar, ORCID

Research Interests

Modeling, analysis and control of dynamical systems on complex networks, including but not limited to

  1. multi-agent systems

  2. distributed optimization

  3. collective team behavior

  4. opinion dynamics

  5. network games and evolutionary dynamics

  6. propagation and information aggregation

  7. co-evolutionary networks


  • Jan. 2017: Paper on competitive propagation and seeding-quality games accepted by the IEEE Transactions on Network Science and Engineering

  • Jan. 2017: Paper on the dynamics of network epidemic models submitted to the Annual Reviews in Control

  • Dec. 2016: Presentation on collective learning and appraisal networks in the invited session Social and Economic Networks, CDC 2016, Las Vegas

  • Dec. 2016: Poster presentation in Meet the Faculty Candidates poster session, CDC 2016, Las Vegas

  • Oct. 2016: Poster presentation at the MURI QUANTA review meeting in Boston

  • Sep. 2016: Paper on collective learning and evolution of appraisla networks submitted to IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control

  • Sep. 2016: Lecture on Algebraic Graph Theory at UCSB IGERT summer bootcamp

  • Jul. 2016: Preliminary version of the paper on collective learning accepted by the 53rd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Las Vega