|Education||University of Texas at Austin|
|Alma mater||University of California, Berkeley|
|Thesis||Qualitative Analysis, Model Checking, and Controller Synthesis of Hybrid Systems (2000)|
|Doctoral advisor||Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli|
|Sub-discipline||Electrical engineering, |
|Institutions||University of Toronto|
|Main interests||Control theory, |
Mathematical systems theory, Swarm robotics
Broucke did her undergraduate studies at the University of Texas at Austin, where her father Roger A. Broucke, an immigrant from Belgium, was a professor of aerospace engineering and engineering mechanics. She graduated in 1984, with a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering. She went on to graduate study in electrical engineering and computer science at the University of California, Berkeley, earning a master's degree in 1987, with summer jobs working on missile tracking software for Texas Instruments, General Dynamics, and Lockheed Corporation.
After completing her master's degree, she stayed in the San Francisco Bay Area, working on software for control systems and simulation at Intergraph and Integrated Systems. She returned to Berkeley for a Ph.D., which she completed in 2000. Her dissertation, supervised by Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, was Qualitative Analysis, Model Checking, and Controller Synthesis of Hybrid Systems. After postdoctoral studies at Berkeley she joined the Toronto faculty in 2001.
- Biographical sketch, retrieved 2017-11-10
- "Mireille Broucke", People in Control, IEEE Control Systems Magazine, 30 (1): 18–21, February 2010, doi:10.1109/mcs.2009.935228
- "Roger A. Broucke (1932–2005)", Faculty Memorials, The University of Texas at Austin Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, retrieved 2017-11-10
- Mireille Broucke at the Mathematics Genealogy Project