Dr. Fariba Fahroo joined DSO as a program manager in 2014. Her current interests expand across the areas of computational math and control theory, design and quantification uncertainty, distributed, multi-agent control and estimation, and computational control theory.
Dr. Fahroo comes to DARPA from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) where she was a program officer for Math programs in Dynamics and Control, Computational Mathematics and Optimization and Discrete Math. While at AFOSR, she initiated and managed basic research programs in various areas of computational math and control theory such as multiscale modeling and computation, uncertainty quantification, design under uncertainty, distributed, multi-agent control and estimation, and computational control theory.
Prior to her position at AFOSR, Dr. Fahroo was a professor of Applied Mathematics at the Naval Postgraduate School. She received Bachelor of Arts degrees in Mathematics and Physics from The University of California, Berkeley, a Master of Arts degree in Mathematics from The University of Wisconsin, Madison, and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Applied Math from Brown University.
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