About Us

Driven by societal challenges, the goal of the Zardini Lab at MIT is to develop efficient computational tools and algorithmic approaches to formulate and solve complex, interconnected system design and autonomous decision-making problems. Applications feature society-critical problems in mobility, logistics, autonomy, automotive, aerospace, energy, and complex systems in general. The lab, comprised of researchers equipped with strong mathematical skills and diverse engineering backrounds, solves such problems by employing and enhancing techniques from optimization, control theory, game theory, domain theory, and applied category theory.

Check out our latest publications here!



The lab will officially hit the ground in summer 2024!

Upcoming talks by Prof. Zardini:
  • 04/15/24: Talk at Sustainable Systems Lab, Stanford
  • 04/25/24: Seminar at Topos Institute Colloquium, Berkeley
  • 05/06/24: Talk at SISL, Stanford
  • 06/28/24: Special Seminar at Caltech

News

4/10/2024 - Prof. Zardini gave a seminar at the Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Southern Califoria, hosted by Pierluigi Nuzzo.
4/3/2024 - Prof. Zardini gave a talk at the MIT Mobility Forum, kindly hosted by Prof. Jinhua Zhao. Have a look at the recording!
4/2/2024 - Our work 'On the Co-Design of Components and Racing Strategies in Formula 1' has been accepted in the 2024 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium. This is exciting work in collaboration with ETH and Ferrari!
4/1/2024 - First day of the lab's website! We will officially hit the ground in the Fall.

For the entire list of news, please refer to news!




Contact Us

Zardini Lab
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems
Address in Progress