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College of Engineering and Applied Science

College of Engineering and Applied Sciences at UC Denver
 

Research

Systems and Controls


 

Overview

Systems and control researchers investigate a broad range of topics covering systems, control and decision making. Topics currently under investigation include:

  • estimation
  • optimal control
  • stochastic systems
  • system identification
  • decentralized control
  • nonlinear systems
  • adaptive control systems
  • robustness, pattern recognition
  • stability
  • intelligent control
  • performance analysis

Projects

Current projects in control systems cover the following areas:

  • adaptive control theory
  • robust control system
  • control of large-scale systems

Projects in signal processing include:

  • adaptive signal processing
  • blind signal processing
  • MIMO systems

Faculty Information

Jan Bialasiewicz, PhD, Associate Professor
E-mail: jan.bialasiewicz@ucdenver.edu

Miloje Radenkovic, PhD, Professor
E-mail: Miloje.Radenkovic@ucdenver.edu

Related Courses

Graduate Courses

  • ELEC 5248 - Digital Communication Systems
  • ELEC 5230 - Advanced Linear Systems
  • ELEC 5436 - Nonlinear Control Systems
  • ELEC 5446 - Introduction to Modern Control Theory
  • ELEC 5456 - Sampled Data and Digital Control Systems
  • ELEC 5466 - Adaptive Control System Design
  • ELEC 5476 - Optimal Control Systems
  • ELEC 5486 - Modeling and System Identification
  • ELEC 5496 - Robust Control Systems
  • ELEC 5551 - Pattern Recognition

For complete, up-to-date course descriptions, visit the CU Denver academic catalog and search for the course numbers listed above.