Thomas D. Cabot Associate Professor in Electrical Engineering and Applied Mathematics, Harvard University
Na Li is an associate professor in Electrical Engineering and Applied Mathematics of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University. She received her Bachelor Degree in Mathematics from Zhejiang University (2007) and the Ph.D. Degree in Control and Dynamical Systems from California Institute of Technology (2013). She was a postdoctoral associate of the Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2013-2014). Her research lies in multi-agent optimization, control, and learning of cyber-physical networked systems. She received NSF career award (2016) and AFSOR Young Investigator Award (2017), Harvard Climate Change Solution award (2018), and Harvard Physical Sciences and Engineering Accelerator award (2018). She has served on IEEE CSS Conference Editorial Board (CEB) since 2016.