January 7: Pulkit Grover, Post-doc, University of California – Berkeley, “Decentralized control: when actions break”.
January 14: Dr. Assen L. Dontchev, Mathematical Reviews, A division of the American Mathematical Society, “Control Theoretic Splines with Constraints”.
January 21: Professor Warren Dixon, University of Florida, Gainesville, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, “Nonlinear Control of Uncertain Fatigued Human Skeletal Muscle: Theory and Experiments”.
January 28: Professor Eric Johnson, Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Aerospace Engineering, “Making Small Unmanned Systems do Big Things”.
February 4: Professor Elias Strangas Michigan State University, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, “Affordable Reliability Improvement of Electrical Drives”.
February 11: Professor Yi Lu Murphey, Chair, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Michigan – Dearborn, MI, “Machine Learning Approaches to Vehicle Power Management”.
February 18: Professor Gabor Orosz, University of Michigan, Department of Mechanical Engineering, “Traffic Jams: Dynamics and Control”.
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March 4: NO SEMINARS ------ SPRING BREAK
March 11: Ryan McGee, Supervisor, Vehicle Controls Architecture and Algorithm Design, Ford Motor Company, “Powertrain Electrification: Taking advanced control systems out of the lab and on to the road”.
March 18: Professor Naira Hovakimyan, University of Illinois at Urbana – Champaign, Department of Mechanical Science and Engineering, “Adaptive Control and its Transition to Practice”.
March 25: Professor Mingyan Liu, University of Michigan, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, “In-situ Soil Moisture Sensing From Physical Models to Optimal Control to Field Deployment”.
April 1: Dr. Bhaskar Saha, NASA – AMES Research Center, “Battery Health Management for Electrical Vehicles”.
April 8: Professor Kenn Richard Oldham, University of Michigan, Department of Mechanical Engineering, “Low-power motion control of microactuators with expensive voltage conversion and sensing”.
College of Engineering Control Research Group
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