Winter 2020 Seminars

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Control Seminars 

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

January 17 Brent Gillespie, University of Michigan, “Steering without Taking Over: A Means for Human-Machine Control Sharing”, abstract here.
January 24 Bobby Gregg, “From Kinematic to Energetic Design and Control of Wearable Robots for Agile Human Locomotion”, University of Michigan, abstract here.
January 31 Ankur Mehta, University of California, Los Angeles, “Let’s Walk and Talk: Co-Design of Mobility and Communications (and Sensing) for Ubiquitous Robots”, abstract here.
February 7 Peter Seiler, University of Michigan, “Robustness in Data-Driven Control Design”, abstract here.
February 14 A. Galip Ulsoy, University of Michigan, “Time-Delayed Control of Single-Input Single-Output Systems for Improved Stability Margins”, abstract here.
February 21 Leila Bridgeman, Duke University, “Bridging the Gap Between Controls Theory and Practice”, abstract here.
March 13 CANCELLED:  Kira Barton, University of Michigan,”Smart Additive Manufacturing: A Modeling and Control Framework for Closing the Loop in 3D Printing”
March 20 CANCELLED:  Chinedom Ukwudire, University of Michigan, “Towards a Rigorous Framework for Optimal Selection of Basis Functions in Feedforward Tracking Control – and Beyond”
March 27 CANCELLED:  Tryphon Georgiou, University of California, Irvine.
April 3 CANCELLED:  Emanuele Garone, Ecole Polytechnique Université Libre de Brux.
April 10 CANCELLED:  Birgit Vogel-Heuser, Technische Universität München.
April 17 CANCELLED:  Bin Hu, University of Illinois at Urbana Champagne.
For more information please contact Prof. James Freudenberg
Email: 
jfr@umich.edu

and Prof. Jeff Scruggs
Email: 
jscruggs@umich.edu

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