Logan E. Beaver, PhD
Postdoctoral Associate
Boston University College of Engineering
Systems Engineering

Logan Beaver received the Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from the Milwaukee School of Engineering in 2015 and the Master of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Marquette University in 2017. He received the PhD degree in the mechanical engineering from the University of Delaware in Summer 2022, where he worked with decentralized control of cyber-physical systems.

Logan is currently a postdoctoral associate in the Division of Systems Engineering at Boston University, where he works on several collaborative and interdisciplinary projects. His current research focuses on decentralized optimal control of robotic multi-agent and swarm systems.

Publications listed below are automatically derived from MEDLINE/PubMed and other sources, which might result in incorrect or missing publications. Faculty can login to make corrections and additions.

iCite Analysis       Copy PMIDs To Clipboard

  1. Chalaki B, Beaver LE, Mahbub AMI, Bang H, Malikopoulos AA. A Research and Educational Robotic Testbed for Real-Time Control of Emerging Mobility Systems: From Theory to Scaled Experiments [Applications of Control]. IEEE Control Systems. 2022; 42(6):20-34. View Publication
  2. Beaver LE, Malikopoulos AA. Constraint-Driven Optimal Control of Multi-Agent Systems: A Highway Platooning Case Study. IEEE Control Systems Letters. 2021. View Publication
  3. Beaver LE, Malikopoulos AA. An overview on optimal flocking. Annual Reviews in Control. 2021; 51(2). View Publication
  4. Malikopoulos AA, Beaver LE, Chremos IV. Optimal time trajectory and coordination for connected and automated vehicles. Automatica. 2021; 125(6). View Publication
  5. Beaver LE, Malikopoulos AA. An energy-optimal framework for assignment and trajectory generation in teams of autonomous agents. Systems & Control Letters. 2020; 138(10). View Publication
  6. Beaver LE, Chalaki B, Mahbub AMI, Zhao L, Zayas R, Malikopoulos AA. Demonstration of a time-efficient mobility system using a scaled smart city. Vehicle System Dynamics. 2020; 58(5):1-18. View Publication

This graph shows the total number of publications by year, by first, middle/unknown, or last author.

Bar chart showing 6 publications over 3 distinct years, with a maximum of 3 publications in 2021


2020 Graduate Student Achievement Award
2020 ICCA: Best Student Paper Award Finalist
2020-2022 University Graduate Scholar Award
2018 Summer Doctoral Fellowship Award
2017-2021 Helwig Fellowship
Contact for Mentoring: