Seminars

2019b Spring

Date, location Seminar Series Videos
04/05/19 3:00pm, Webb 1100 CCDC Seminar Series Adam Wierman, Transparency and Control in Platforms & Networked Markets
04/12/19 3:00pm, Webb 1100 CCDC Seminar Series Julie Simpson, Neural circuits controlling limb movements in the fly grooming sequence
04/18/19 (All day), ESB2001 CCDC Seminar Series
04/19/19 3:00pm, Webb 1100 CCDC Seminar Series Pravin Varaiya, Regulating TNCs: Should Uber and Lyft Set Their Own Rules?
04/26/19 3:00pm, Webb 1100 CCDC Seminar Series Pieter Abbeel, Deep Learning to Learn
05/03/19 3:00pm, Webb 1100 CCDC Seminar Series Munther Dahleh, A Marketplace For Data: An Algorithmic Solution
05/07/19 10:00am, Webb 1100 CCDC Seminar Series Pedro Aguiar, Single and Multiple Motion Control of Autonomous Robotic Vehicles
05/10/19 3:00pm, Webb 1100 CCDC Seminar Series Paulo Tabuada, Data-driven control
05/15/19 10:00am, HFH 4164 CCDC Seminar Series Christian Bick, Oscillator Networks: Collective Dynamics through
05/17/19 3:00pm, Webb 1100 CCDC Seminar Series Srikant, Generalized Interactions
05/21/19 11:00am, HFH 4164 CCDC Seminar Series
05/24/19 3:00pm, Webb 1100 CCDC Seminar Series Ashutosh Nayyar, Decentralized control over unreliable communication links
05/31/19 3:00pm, Webb 1100 CCDC Seminar Series , SOCAL WORKSHOP
06/07/19 9:00am, HFH 4164 CCDC Seminar Series Joe Chow, Control Equipment Performance Monitoring using Synchrophasor Ambient and Disturbance Data
06/07/19 3:00pm, Webb 1100 CCDC Seminar Series Prabir Barooah, Coordination of distributed energy resources for the smart power gridwithout inter-agent communication
07/10/19 11:00am, HFH 4164 CCDC Seminar Series

2019a Winter

Date, location Seminar Series Videos
01/11/19 3:00pm, Webb 1100 CCDC Seminar Series Murat Arcak, Scalable Symbolic Control Link
01/18/19 3:00pm, Webb 1100 CCDC Seminar Series Robin Delabays, Bounding the destabilization time in networks of coupled noisy oscillators Link
01/25/19 3:00pm, Webb 1100 CCDC Seminar Series James Rawlings, Some recent developments in Economic Model Predictive Control and Moving Horizon State Estimation
02/01/19 3:00pm, Webb 1100 CCDC Seminar Series Mike Field, Models for network dynamics: function, primitive elements and evolutionary bifurcation Link

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