September 25: Dr. Jesse B. Hoagg, University of Michigan, Department of Aerospace Engineering, “Discrete Time Adaptive Control using a Retrospective Performance and its applications to Fluids and Structures”.
October 2: Dr. Jacob Apkarian, Founder, Chairman and CTO of Quanser
October 9: Professor Cedric Langbort, University of Illinois at Urbana, Champaign, Department of Aerospace Engineering, “Model Segmentation in Networked Control Systems”.
October 16: Daniel Opila, University of Michigan, Department of EECS, “Incorporating Drivability Metrics into Optimal Energy Management Strategies for Hybrid Vehicles”.
October 23: Professor Caisheng Wang, Wayne State University, College of Engineering, “Modeling and Control of Microgrids: Towards Smart Grids for Sustainable and Efficient Energy Development.
October 30: Professor Robert Bitmead, University of California, San Diego, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, “Stochastic Observability and Network Congestion Control”.
November 6: Dr. Chris Vermillion, Post-doctoral Researcher – Control Design and Modeling, Toyota Technical Center, “Optimal Modular Control with Applications to Automotive Control”.
November 13: Professor Prashant G. Mehta, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Dept. of Mechanical Science and Engineering, “Phase transition in large population games: An application to synchronization of coupled oscillators”.
November 20: Dr. Nazli Kahveci, Powertrain Controls Research and Advanced Engineering, Ford Motor Company, “Robust Adaptive Control for Input Constrained Systems: Theory and Applications.”
December 4: Professor Ardalan Vahidi, The Clemson University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, “Predictive Energy Management in Networked Vehicles: Exploiting Traffic and Terrain Preview for Fuel Saving”.
College of Engineering Control Research Group
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