C4I (Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence)

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Research Summaries

Dr. Mark Spong


Dean

Nonlinear control theory with particular emphasis on applications in robotics. Recent investigations include passivity-based control in telerobotics, synchronization and coordination of networked robotic agents, and bipedal locomotion. Read more.

Dr. Will Anderson


Assistant Professor

Computational fluid dynamics, turbulent flows, environmental fluid dynamics, high- performance computing, boundary layer meteorology, microfluidics. Read more.

Dr. Nick Gans


Assistant Professor

Controls in robotics with a focus on vision-based estimation and control for robots and autonomous vehicles. Research areas include computer vision including visual search and vision-based estimation and control, nonlinear control, and robot-human interaction. Read more.

Dr. Wooram Park


Assistant Professor

Robotics, biomedical robots, computational structural biology, and image processing. Read more.

Dr. Yonas Tadesse


Assistant Professor

Humanoid robotics, emerging applications of smart materials, sensors, and actuators, mechatronic systems, multimodal energy harvesting, modeling, controls and biomimetics. Read more.