Profiles in "Systems and Control Theory" Expertise Area

  • Prof. Rivera's research interests include the topics of process control, system identification, and the application of control engineering principles to process systems, supply chain management, and behavioral medicine.
  • Kawski develops, and employs, tools from differential geometry and algebraic combinatorics to study nonlinear control systems.
  • Nikitin’s research is focused on optimization, control, automation and related computational methods.
  • Taylor studies the discrete geometry of network embeddings.
  • Fainekos is currently working in the area of cyber-physical systems, robotics and autonomous vehicles.
  • Dr. Berman directs the Autonomous Collective Systems Laboratory at ASU, which models and analyzes behaviors in biological and engineered collectives and designs control strategies for multi-robot systems.
  • Dr. Chong focuses on integrating sustainability and engineering knowledge with machine learning to deliver sustainable, optimal and efficient solutions to solve sustainability, engineering and construction projects' problems.
  • Chen’s research interests include design, modeling, estimation, control, and optimization of dynamic systems, specifically for (autonomous/electric) ground vehicle, microgrid, nanomanipulation and mechatronic systems.