Dynamical Systems Lab
Areas of Research
Dynamical Systems theory, control and optimization:
Dynamical Systems Lab (DSL), led by Prof. Piyush Grover in Mechanical and Materials Engineering (MME) at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, focusses on developing analysis, control and optimization methods for nonlinear dynamical systems, and their application to several areas including large-scale multi-agent robotics, fluid mechanics, structural mechanics/nonlinear vibration and astrodynamics. Dynamical systems and control theory provides a strong foundation for tackling problems in (solid/fluid/bio) mechanics, and robotics, among other areas.
- Oct 2019: A new postdoctoral position is available. See ad here.
- August 2019: DSL is established. We are looking for undergraduate and graduate students to join the lab.
- Workshop July 8-10, 2019: Particulate and Granular Networks, Max Planck Institute for Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden, Germany
- Workshop June 3-7, 2019: Crowds: Models and Control workshop, CIRM, Marseille, France
- Conference May 19-23, 2019: SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems, Snowbird, Utah Presented a talk on MFG based flocking models and their stability analysis.
- Conference Nov 18-20, 2018: APS Division of Fluids Dynamics Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA