January 13: Professor Jeff Scruggs, University of Michigan, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, “Vibration Energy Harvesting: An Optimal Control Perspective”.
January 20: Professor Juan Rivas, University of Michigan, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, “Dc-dc Power Conversion at Very High Frequencies”.
January 27: Professor Dennis Bernstein, University of Michigan, Department of Aerospace Engineering, "Back to the Past: Retrospective Cost Adaptive Control for Plants with Uncertain Dynamics and Disturbance Spectra."
February 3: Dr. Sahica Genc, General Electric Global Research, Software Sciencs and Analytics Lab, "Adaptive and Predictive Alarm Management in Intensive Care Units".
February 10: Professor Tamas Insperger, Budapest University of Technology & Economics, Department of Applied Mechanics, "Stabilization of Systems with Feedback Delay by the act-and wait Control Concept".
February 17: Professor Yuri S. Ledyaev, Western Michigan University, Department of Mathematics,"Discontinuous Feedback in Nonlinear Control Stabilization, Observation and Optimization"..
February 24 and March 2: NO SEMINARS -- SPRING BREAK
March 9: Professor John S. Baras, University of Maryland at College Park, The Institute for Systems Research, "Cooperative Multi-Agent Systems and "Magical Graphs".
March 16: Professor Craig Woolsey, Virgina Tech, Department of Aerospace and Ocean Engineering, "Underwater Glider Path Planning and Control".
March 23: Professor Stephane Lafortune, University of Michigan, Department of EECS, "Supervisory Control for Collision Avoidance in Vehicular Networks using Discrete Event Abstractions".
March 30: Professor Andrew Alleyne, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Department of Mechanical Science and Engineering, "Transient Thermal System Modeling and Control".
April 6: Professor William Hager, University of Florida, Department of Mathematics, "Discrete Approximations in Opimal Control".
April 13: Professor Larry Davis, University of Maryland at College Park, Institute for Advanced Computer Studies, "Analyzing Human Activities in Video".
College of Engineering Control Research Group
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