The ISL web site is maintained by
Pamela L. White.
Most recent update 09/11/07.
The primary goal of this laboratory is to advance the state-of-the
art in the design and real-time control of smart systems drawing on
advances in: (a) novel sensing and actuation materials and mechanism designs;
(b) new principles for actuation, propulsion, detection, reduction, learning,
and adaptation; (c) conceptualizing and prototyping across scales, to sense,
actuate, communicate and control
Prof. P.S. Krishnaprasad
- A listing of the faculty, post-docs, graduate students, and
undergraduates involved with the ISL.
- A listing and description of the lab's research areas and
projects, completed and ongoing. This includes work in
robotics, motion control, and nonholonomic systems;
coupled oscillators; control of networked systems;
process modeling and control for semiconductor manufacturing;
model reduction; learning control; and magnetostrictive
- A listing of papers on ISL research. Many of these
are available for downloading.
- Demos and Movies
- Demonstrations and movies of various lab projects, including
the roller racer, modular dextrous hand, and PZT based motor.
- Events and Lectures
- A listing and description of upcoming and past events
including the Control and Dynamical Systems Lecture Series.
- A listing and description of the lab's facilities and
equipment including computing resources, specialized
software, mobile robots, robotic manipulators, and
rapid prototyping platform.
Center for Dynamics and Control of Smart Structures
Center for Auditory and Acoustics Research
Learning Binaurally Directed Movement
- AFOSR, ARO, NASA, NRL, NSF, Industrial gifts and DRIF funds