The Washington Academy of Sciences is an affiliated academy comprised of over sixty science societies. They have published articles of scientific interest since 1899. Over their years they have honored many for their achievements in STEM and continue to do so today.
Each year the American Automatic Control Council (AACC) presents an individual or team the Control Engineering Practice Award for significant contribution to the advancement of control practice.
Each year since 1968, The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) honors one recipient with the Rufus Oldenburger Medal. This society award is a recognition for significant contributions and outstanding achievements made in the field of automatic control. These achievements can be made in the area of education, research, development, innovation, and service to the field and profession.
During the 2018 ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, ME was represented in full force.
Huei Peng, the Roger L. McCarthy Professor, gave the Nyquist Lecture at the 2018 ASME DCSS. His talk was titled "How Control Theories Were Used to Improve Energy and Safety of Automotive systems."
Assistant Professor Ram Vasudevan has been selected to receive the Office of Naval Research (ONR) YIP Young Investigator Award. His proposal is entitled: "Real-Time Certified, Safe Control Synthesis for Autonomous Systems."
Stefanopoulou delivers Plenary Talk at the 56th Conference of Decision and Control describing Battery Controls
The CDC is recognized as the premier scientific and engineering conference dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practice of systems and control.
Associate Professor Kira Barton has been selected as the 2017 winner of the ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Division (DSCD) Young Investigator Award.
U-M has a distinguished history of research achievement spanning a broad range of disciplines. In celebration of U-M's bicentennial, the latest edition of Michigan Research contains a timeline highlighting some of the most important advances arising from the university's research enterprise over its first 200 years. In 1973, Yoram Koren, the James J. Duderstadt Distinguished University Professor Emeritus of Manufacturing and Paul G.