Autonomy

Autonomy

 

Riccardo Bevilacqua
Riccardo Bevilacqua

Associate Professor

Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

Research Interest:

Dynamics, Systems and Control

http://www.riccardobevilacqua.com/index.html

 

 

John Conklin
John Conklin

Assistant Professor

Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

Research Interest:

Spacecraft dynamics and control, precision engineering, gravitational science.

http://pssl.mae.ufl.edu/

 

 

Pramod Kargonekar
Pramod Khargonekar

Professor

Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Research Interest:

Systems and control theory, Learning and intelligent systems, Applications to renewable energy and smart grid, neural engineering, and economics, Leadership and creativity, Technology and society

http://www.khargonekar.ece.ufl.edu/

 

 

Mirnal Kumar
Mirnal Kumar

Assistant Professor

Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

Research Interest:

Stochastic dynamical systems, nonlinear filtering and information management in stochastic systems, stochastic optimal control, Fokker-Planck equations. Applications in space tracking, random structural vibrations and seismic oscillations.

http://www.mae.ufl.edu/people/mkumar

 

 

Richard Lind
Richard C. Lind

Associate Professor

Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

Research Interest:

Aeroservoelasticity, Morphing, controls, Flight testing

http://www2.mae.ufl.edu/~rick/

 

 

Sean Meyn
 Sean Meyn

Professor and Robert C. Pittman Eminent Scholar Chair

Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Research Interest:

Theory and application of control, statistical sciences, and information theory

http://www.meyn.ece.ufl.edu/

 

 

Kamran Mohseni
Kamran Mohseni

W.P. Bushnell Endowed Professor

Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering and Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Research Interest:

Fluid dynamics including bio-propulsion, shocks, turbulence, vortex dynamics. Robotics & Control including bioinspired unmanned systems, sensor networking in harsh environments. Digitized heat transfer.

http://enstrophy.mae.ufl.edu/~mohseni/home/