Winter 2019 Seminars

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Control Seminars 

Fridays 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Room 1500 EECS Building

January 18 Asen Dontchev, University of Michigan, “Uniform Strong Regularity, Newton’s Method and Model Predictive Control”. Abstract here.
January 25 Achilleas Anastasopoulos, University of Michigan, “Bayesian Learning with Non-Myopic Strategic Agents”. Abstract here.
February 1 Rahul Jain, University of Southern California, “Reinforcement Learning for Control of Unknown Autonomous Systems “. Abstract here.
February 8 Jeff Scruggs, University of Michigan, “Nonlinear Control Design for Wave Energy Converters with Finite Stroke Limits “. Abstract here.
February 15 Anirban Mazumdar, Georgia Institute of Technology, “Dynamic Reconfiguration for Versatile Mobile Performance”. Abstract here.
February 22 Levi Hargrove, Shirley Ryan AbilityLab/Northwestern University, “Online Adaptation for Supervisory Control of Powered Legs “. Abstract here.
 March 15 Ryan Eustice, University of Michigan, “AI Guarding the Human: Toyota’s Guardian Approach to Automated Driving”. Abstract here.
March 22 Ashutosh Nayyar, University of Southern California, “Decentralized Control Over Unreliable Communication Link “. Abstract here.
March 29 Lillian Ratliff, University of Washington, “Learning in Non-Stationary Environments: Near-Optimal Guarantees”. Abstract here.
April 5 Hamid Ossareh, University of Vermont, “A Constraint Management Theory for Periodic and MIMO Systems “. Abstract here.
April 12 Francis Assadian, University of California, Davis, “Advanced Control and Estimation Concepts in the Automotive Domain “. Abstract here.
April 19 Ram Vasudevan, University of Michigan “How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Lifting to Infinite Dimensions “. Abstract here.


For more information please contact Prof. James Freudenberg

and Prof. Necmiye Ozay

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