September 17: Dr. Patrick Sain, Raytheon, “N-Squared Diagrams, Discrete Event Plant Models and Controller Design – The View from Aerospace”.
September 24: Professor Demosthenis Teneketzis, University of Michigan, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, “On the Structure of Optimal Real-Time Encoders and Decodes in Noisy Communication”.
October 1: Professor Magnus Egerstedt, Georgia Institute of Technology, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, “Switched Linear Systems: Observers and Observability”.
October 8 : Professor Pierre Kabamba, University of Michigan, Department of Aerospace Engineering, “Reference Tracking in Feedback Control with Saturating Actuators”.
October 15: Professor Daniel Liberzon, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, “Stability of Switched Systems”.
October 22: Professor Hassan Khalil, Michigan State University, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, “Regulation of Nonlinear Systems Using Conditional Integrators”.
October 29: Professor David G. Taylor, Georgia Tech, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, “Nonlinear Gain Scheduled control of Gantry Robots for Electronic Assembly”
November 5: Professor John Chiasson, The University of Tennessee, “Algebraic Methods for Solving Nonlinear Systems Problems”.
November 12: Professor Xiaobo Tan, Michigan State University, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, “Modeling and control of Hysteresis in Smart Materials”.
November 19: Professor Jessy Grizzle, University of Michigan, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, “Walking and Running in Bipedal robots: Control Theory and Experiments”.
November 26: NO SEMINAR
December 3: Professor Roy Smith, University of California – Santa Barbara, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, “Vehicle Formation Control: Estimation,
Communication and Control”.
December 10: Professor Steven Shaw, Michigan State University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, “Order-Tuned Vibration Absorbers for rotating Machinery – From Symmetric Bifurcations to Automotive Engines”.
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