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.|
and Prof. Necmiye Ozay
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