Systems Engineering and Integration Laboratory

2250 A.V. Williams Building

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We perform research on systems integration and vertical systems engineering, undertaking the merging of sophisticated control and communication systems methodologies, such as large-scale optimization, nonlinear and stochastic estimation and control, algebraic and differential geometric methods, scheduling, with computer-science methodologies from database management, search and planning algorithms, symbolic computation, object-oriented programming, and massively parallel architectures. We research the modeling of complex systems investigating hierarchical modeling at different levels of detail, linking the physical modeling layer to the abstract layer, model-based automation and sensing, and on-line model construction with controlled complexity.

2250 AV Williams Building

John S. Baras

Distinguished University Professor
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