Control Systems Faculty

James S. Freudenberg
Division: ECE
Address: 4425 EECS
Phone: (734) 763-0586
Fax: (734) 764-8041
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Degree: Ph.D. U-Illinois
Title: Professor
Research Interests: Fundamental design limitations in feedback control systems, embedded control systems.
Research Areas: Control Systems; Robotics and Computer Vision.
Areas of Specialty: Modeling and Control of Automotive Powertrain Systems; Linear Feedback Control; Embedded Control Systems; Cyber-Physical Systems.
 
 
Jessy W Grizzle
Division: ECE
Address: 4421 EECS
Phone: (734) 763-3598
Fax: (734) 763-8041
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Degree: Ph.D. U-Texas Austin
Title: Jerry W. and Carol L. Levin Professor of Electrical Engineering; Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Research Interests: Analysis and feedback control of nonlinear systems; Control of bipedal robot locomotion; Automotive safety systems.
Research Areas: Control Systems; Robotics and Computer Vision; Energy Science and Engineering.
Areas of Specialty: Modeling and Control of Automotive Powertrain Systems; Nonlinear Control; Bipedal Robot Locomotion; Power/Energy Systems Analysis, Optimization and Control; Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicles; Cyber-Physical Systems.
 
 
Stephane Lafortune
Division: CSE ECE
Address: 4415 EECS
Phone: (734) 763-0591
Fax: (734) 763-8041
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Degree: Ph.D. UC-Berkeley
Title: Professor; Associate Chair of ECE Graduate Affairs
Research Interests: System and control theory; Discrete event systems; Application to computer and communication systems
Research Areas: Control Systems.
Areas of Specialty: Discrete Event and Hybrid Systems; Cyber-Physical Systems.
 
 
Johanna Mathieu
Division: ECE
Address: 4231 EECS
Phone: (734) 936-3875
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Degree: PhD-University of California at Berkeley
Title: Assistant Professor
Research Interests: Modeling, estimation, and control of electric loads and storage; Operational and control strategies that reduce the environmental impact, cost, and inefficiency of the power system
Research Areas: Control Systems; Energy Science and Engineering; Power and Energy.
Areas of Specialty: Power/Energy Systems Analysis, Optimization and Control; Renewable Energy (Solar Cells, Wind, Energy Scavenging); Electric Vehicles, HEVs, PHEVs.
 
 
Semyon M. Meerkov
Division: ECE
Address: 4230C EECS
Phone: (734) 763-6349
Fax: (734) 763-8041
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Degree: Ph.D. Inst. of Control Sci. Moscow
Title: Professor
Research Interests: Systems and Control with applications to production systems and Mathematical Theory of Rational Behavior with applications resilient monitoring and control.
Research Areas: Control Systems.
Areas of Specialty: Production Systems Engineering; Nonlinear Control.
 
 
Necmiye Ozay
Division: ECE
Address: 4229 EECS
Phone: 734-936-0269
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Title: Assistant Professor
Research Interests: Computational aspects of control system design; hybrid and cyber-physical systems; system identification and validation; dynamics-based data analysis
Research Areas: Control Systems; Robotics and Computer Vision.
Areas of Specialty: Discrete Event and Hybrid Systems; Embedded Control Systems; Nonlinear Control; Cyber-Physical Systems.
 
 
Shai Revzen
Division: ECE
Address: 4225 EECS
Phone: (734) 763-3561
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Degree: PhD University of California, Berkeley
Title: Assistant Professor; Assistant Professor in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Research Interests: Bio-inspired control; dynamical systems; biomechanics; legged locomotion; modular robotics.
Research Areas: Control Systems; Robotics and Computer Vision.
Areas of Specialty: Discrete Event and Hybrid Systems; Nonlinear Control; Bio-inspired Control; Experimental Robotics.
 
 
Demosthenis Teneketzis
Division: CSE ECE
Address: 4413 EECS
Phone: (734) 763-0598
Fax: (734) 763-8041
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Degree: Ph.D. MIT
Title: Professor
Research Interests: Stochastic control, decentralized stochastic systems, communication and queueing networks, stochastic scheduling and resource allocation problems, discrete event systems, mathematical economics
Research Areas: Communications; Control Systems.
Areas of Specialty: Communication Networks and Multi-Agent Systems; Information Theory; Random Processes; Wireless Communication Systems; Discrete Event and Hybrid Systems; Stochastic Control; Cyber-Physical Systems.