Academic year 2011-2012
Ran Dai will be joining the Aerospace Engineering department at Iowa State as an Assistant Professor. Congrats Ran!
Dan Zelazo, a former member of DSSL, will be joining the Aerospace Engineering department at Technion as an Assistant Professor. Congrats Dan!
Georges-Henri Baron, a former visiting student in DSSL, has accepted a position with Altran in Toulouse, France working on the new mobile phones made by Intel. Congrats George-Henri!
Marcus Holzinger, a former member of DSSL, will be joining Georgia Tech Aerospace Engineering as an Assistant Professor. Congrats Marcus!
Marzieh receives the 2012 Boeing Fellowship Award. Congrats Marzieh!
Clayton Chu received the second prize in the AIAA Region VI Student Conference Master's student category for his work on a multi-agent vehicle testbed architecture- congrats Chewie!
Airlie Chapman receives the 2012 Amelia Earhart Fellowship. Congrats Airlie!
Marzieh has been recognized for best session presentation at ACC 2011.
Airlie has been recognized for best session presentation at ACC 2011.
Marzieh has been selected as a finalist for the UW Graduate School Medal! Congrats Marzieh!
Marzieh has been selected as an Outstanding Female Engineer in Aeronautics & Astronautics by the UW Chapter of the Society for Women Engineers. Congrats Marzieh!
Ran presented her work at the IEEE CDC on designing optimal topology for dynamic mobile networks.
Unsik presented his work at the IEEE CDC on constrainted consensus and aerospace applications.
Marzieh presented her work at the IEEE CDC on controllability of random neworks.
Airlie presented her work at the IEEE CDC on advection on graphs and applications.
Mehran on UWTV: http://www.uwtv.org/video/player.aspx?mediaid=2179574641
Mehran will be the featured speaker for the College of Engineering Fall Lecture Series on Nov. 16, 2011: http://www.engr.washington.edu/alumcomm/lectures.html
Airlie Chapman receives the Kambala Leadership Scholarship. Congrats Airlie!
Amir Rahmani, a DSSL alumni, moves to University of Miami as an Assistant Professor. Congrats Amir! http://www.mae.miami.edu/people/indextest.php?id=117
Saghar Hosseini joins DSSL; welcome Saghar!
Academic year 2010-2011
Mehran is the distinguished speaker at a workshop in Montreal organized by the IEEE Control Systems Society in May of 2011.
Yoonsoo Kim, a DSSL alumni, moves to Gyeongsang National University as an Assistant Professor. Congrats Yoonsoo! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gyeongsang_National_University
Petek starts her Appalachian Trail hike! check out: http://talesfromtheat.blogspot.com/
Mehran will be giving a talk at the workshop on Flocking, swarming, and control of distributed systems at FoCM 2011, July 2011.
Mehran will be presenting at 2011 Santa Barbara Control Workshop: Decision, Dynamics and Control in Multi-Agent Systems, June 2011.
Mehran will be the plenary speaker at Georgia Tech Student Symposium, April 2011.
Marzieh will be presenting at the 2011 National Control Engineering Students Workshop at University of Maryland, April 2011.
Airlie Chapman receives the 2011 Amelia Earhart Fellowship. Congrats Airlie!
Ran Dai will be presenting a paper on using consensus based dual decomposition algorithms for orbital tracking at AIAA Spacefight Mechanics Meeting.
Marzieh presents a paper on network identification at CDC.
Airlie presents a paper on semi-autonomous networks and network security at CDC.
Josh Maximoff joins our group. Welcome Josh!
Academic year 2009-2010
Kyle Hughes leaves us for Purdue to continue his Ph.D.- good luck Kyle!
Airlie Chapman wins the Clarimont L. Egtvedt Fellowship. Congrats Airlie!
Dan Zelazo leaves us for Universitšt Stuttgart following his Ph.D. and a brief postdoctoral appointment- good luck Dan!
Dan Zelazo's papers on edge Laplacian and relative sensing networks have been accepted as regular papers for publication in Transactions on Automatic Control. Congrats Dan!
Professor Uy-Loi Ly leaves for Boeing starting Fall of 2010; he will be missed.
Dan Zelazo's paper on Graph-theoretic Methods for Networked Dynamic Systems: Heterogeneity and H_2 Performance has appeared as a book chapter in Efficient Modeling and Control of Large-Scale Systems, Springer, 2010.
Mehran and Magnus finally publish their book on graph theoretic methods for multi-agent networks--- hooray!
Airlie Chapman and Marzieh Nabi's paper on network identification was nominated for the best student paper award at NecSys 2009!
Dan Zelazo paper on H2 performance of relative sensing networks, was the finalist for the best student paper award at 2009 AIAA Infotech@Aerospace Conference and AIAA Unmanned...Unlimited Conference.
Aranya Chakrabortty after a year of being a postdoctoral fellow at DSSL is now an Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering at NC State. Congrats Aranya!
Brian Heemstra leaves us in June of 2010 after doing an M.S. thesis on quadrotor dynamics and control.
Amir Rahmani leaves us for Georgia Tech following completing his Ph.D. good luck Amir!