As the name implies, here at the control and embedded regulators laboratory we work on both control systems theory and relization of theoretical results on embedded computing systems. Our effort can be broadly characterized as the cyber physical systems research. We care about how a controller works as well as why a controller works on a specific system.
Task scheduling for embedded computer systems
Battery modelling and simulation for implementing battery life conservation strategies while maintaining required load supply
I am with the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology. My main offices is TSRB 417 in Atlanta.
* Part of the material here is based upon work supported by ONR grants N00014-08-1-1007, N00014-09-1-1074, and N00014-10-10712 (YIP), and NSF grants ECCS-0841195 (CAREER), CNS-0931576, and ECCS-1056253.
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