Fariba Fateh | Assistant Professor

Photo of Fariba FatehPh.D - 2015, Kansas State University
Electrical and Computer Engineering
M.S. - 2005, Marquette University
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Contact information

3074 Engineering Hall

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Professional experience

Fariba Fateh joined the department of electrical and computer engineering at Kansas State in January 2016. She teaches control systems design, advanced systems theory, and system identification and adaptive control.


Fateh’s main research areas involve system modeling, linear and nonlinear control, adaptive and intelligent systems control, and control education. In the past five years, her research focus has been on modeling and control applications in energy systems. She is a member of the SPECS research group at KSU and interested in modeling and control of nonlinear and linear energy systems.

Academic highlights

Fateh is a senior member of the IEEE and a member of Control Systems Society, as well as Phi Kappa Phi and Sigma-Xi Honor Societies. She has served as an associate editor in Modeling, Estimation & Control Conference (MECC) 2021, and American Control Conference (ACC) 2016-20 and Dynamic Systems and Control Conference 2016-20. She has authored or co-authored more than 25 conference and journal papers. She served as a session chair at American Control Conference, as well as a reviewer for IEEE IAS Transactions and several Conferences (ACC, DSCC, CCTA, ECCE, APEC, and IECON).