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The research program in Dynamics and Control is diverse, spanning basic theory, computational methods, design, experimental methods, advanced prototypes, and collaboration with industry to develop flight experiments.

  • Navigation, Guidance, and Control of Aerospace Vehicles
  • Dynamical Modeling, Simulation, and Optimization
  • Probabilistic Analysis and Optimization, Estimation Theory
  • Aeroelasticity and Fluid/Structure Interaction
  • Autonomous Intelligent Control of Robotic Systems
  • Intelligent Sensors, Sensor Networks and Real-Time Inference
  • Utilization of High Performance Real Time Computing
  • Spacecraft Constellations and Formations
  • Uninhabited Aerial Vehicles
  • Cooperative Robotics - Design
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