Timothy Horiuchi is a co-author on the research published in IOP Bioinspiration & Biomimetics
ISR faculty's eight presentations are in machine learning, science of test, cybersecurity, and IoT sensing.
Ahmadi, who earned a 2006 BS in electrical engineering and math, is a professor at Princeton University.
ISR's outstanding graduate student and undergraduate student awards were given at the Institute's welcome back reception.
The faculty members' new rank will become effective on July 1.
Research will develop a mathematical description to allay the "butterfly effect" in large-scale networks.
Park (EE Ph.D. 2015) was advised by Nuno Martins.
Center will create bio-inspired solutions for small, remotely operated aircraft.
The invited workshop addressed decentralized decision-making.
Nuno Martins, Sarah Bergbreiter, Richard La to collaborate with Resensys on development of semi-autonomous system.
Research ranged from robotic skin to leg designs, inertial tail actuators, and more.
Network that gathers GPS, audio and video data could someday help protect endangered species.
Three ECE students win MHacks, a hackathon with more than 1200 students competing.
Visitors were in town for the annual AUVSI conference.
Nine projects range from wings for MAVs to vision sensors for small robots to small grasping hands.
The 2011 EE Ph.D. recipient was advised by Nuno Martins.
Workshop at American Control Conference introduced high school students to robotics.
Eric Kim secures funding for graduate school through prestigious award from the National Science Foundation.
Clark School of Engineering undergrads help middle and high school students prepare, compete.
His topic is "Convex Parameterizations for Norm-Optimal Linear Control."
ISR faculty member speaks on the emergence of the robotics industry in the state.
Martins spoke on decentralized control and estimation.
Flatau, Martins, Kofinas to serve Clark School in new roles; Gupta to lead NSF initiative.
Ten undergrads from around the country give talks on their summer projects.
University of Maryland initiative will prepare faculty for future leadership.
Article explores potential of antbots in search and rescue operations
Robots from five research groups help promote Maryland Day activities.
ISR/ECE faculty member spoke on controller design.
Ekrem, Ropp, Shroff, and Tyagi recognized for research excellence in their dissertations.
Clark School, National Geographic, Princeton to build wireless network of animal-borne embedded devices to track wildlife.
Alumnus will work on next generation network science.
The $1.8M grant is a collaboration with National Geographic to monitor and protect endangered species.
Dr. Martins' research interests are in control theory, estimation and information theory.
George Axelby Outstanding Paper Award given for paper in IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control
Clark School students help lead team to top-three finish in international, ONR-sponsored competition.
Congratulations to our outstanding faculty, graduate student and staff member!
The team will develop self-organizing ant-sized microrobots.
SRC/DARPA grant establishes the Multi-Scale Systems Design Center.
ISR director, ECE professor will become dean of UAEU's College of Information Technology.
The lecture focused on the design of optimal decentralized state estimators in the presence of communication costs.
Baras, Abed, Martins and Shamma to conduct research in multi-university research initiatives.
WTTG Fox 5 (Washington, D.C.) focused on the land and water robots of the ISR-affiliated group.
Clark School students part of first-place team in international contest.
The board serves the IEEE Control Systems Society.
The students are advised by Nuno Martins and Dave Akin.
Twenty-seven ECE faculty members honored, representing 1/8 of researchers recognized university-wide.
Event for graduate students and postdocs draws more than 100 participants.
Special issue focuses on information processing and decision making in distributed control systems.
Research will develop guidance, control, and wireless communication modules for networked systems.
Prof. Martins invited to join editorial board of leading journal in systems and control research.
NSF grant funds the next step in designing controllers for Markovian jump linear systems.
Research will focus on networked systems and multi-agent systems.
ISR faculty member will introduce two new paradigms for distributed control of dynamic systems in wireless communication.
Dr. Nuno Martins won the AACC O. Hugo Schuck Award for Theory.
Assistant professor is specialist in control, estimation and information theory