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Brockett honored with Rufus Oldenburger Medal


ISR-affiliated Professor Roger W. Brockett (Harvard University) is the 2005 winner of the Rufus Oldenburger Medal, a prestiigous award of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. The award is given for seminal contributions to differential geometric control, robot control and minimum attention control; and pioneering work on non-holonomic systems control that significantly influenced control theorists and engineers worldwide. He will receive the award at the ASME Congress, Nov. 5-11 in Orlando.

Former ISR Strategic Advisory Council member Karl Astrom (Lund Institute of Technology) won the award in 1985. | View a list of past recipients |

October 30, 2005


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