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The control systems group consists of nine faculty members in the
Department of Electrical and Computer and Computer Engineering. Our
research covers a wide variety of problems in control systems,
including linear control and nonlinear control, networked and
distributed control, adaptive control, robust control, autonomous
systems, stochastic algorithms, and discrete event systems.
Areas of application include robotics, smart power grids, computer
networks, autonomous aerial vehicles, humanoid robots, environmental
monitoring, transportation networks, and psychological systems.
More specific information on the people and the research
activities within the group can be found by browsing the links to
the left. Please feel free to contact individual faculty members
for more information about their work.