CONTROL SEMINAR SERIES (WINTER 2002)
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
with generous support from
Ford Motor Company, General Motors, and Whirlpool Corporation
Fridays 3:30 - 5:00
p.m. 1500 EECS Building
Professor Elmer Gilbert, University of Michigan, Department of Aerospace
Engineering, Tracking Control for Nonlinear Systems with State and Control
Constraints ��� A New Reference Governor Approach.
Professor Neville Hogan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Learning from
Broken Brains: Robotic Stroke
Therapy and Human Movement Control.
Professor Stephane Lafortune,University of Michigan, Department of EECS, Control of Patially-Observed
Discrete-Event Systems: The State
of the Art and Some New Results.
Professor Arthur Kuo,University of Michigan, Department of Mechanical
Engineering, Human Walking isn���t all Hard Work, or How to Freeload on Physics.
Professor William Ribbens,University of Michigan, Department of Aerospace
Engineering, Antilock Brake System based on Sliding Mode Observer.
SEMINAR - SPRING BREAK STARTS
SEMINAR - SPRING BREAK ENDS
Professor Larry Holloway, University of Kentucky, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Observers and Diagnosis of
Multi-Layer Condition Systems.
Professor James Freudenberg,University of Michigan,Department of EECS,Fundamental
Design Limitations in the General Feedback Configuration.
Professor Tim Salcudean, University of British Columbia, Department of Electrical and
Computer Engineering, Control Issues
in Teleoperation and Haptic Interfaces.
Ms.Tara Javidi, Ph.D Candidate, University of Michigan, Department of EECS, Resource Allocation Issues
in Communication Networks.
Professor N. Harris McClamroch,
University of Michigan, Department of
Aerospace Engineering, Inherently Nonlinear Control of Multi-Body Mechanical Systems.
Professor Mitsuji Sampei,Tokyo Institute of Technology, Department of
Mechanical and Control Engineering, Control of Nonholonomic Systems with Bad
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