Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
416 Dreese Laboratory
2015 Neil Avenue
Current Research: Interdisciplinary engineering-social sciences research on systems and feedback control theory/engineering, stability analysis, optimization, and game theory for human social, economic, and political systems; group dynamics and decision making (e.g., for communities); design and evaluation of complex, large scale, and distributed "sociotechnological" dynamical systems that involve groups of humans using technologies. Applications of all these to humanitarian engineering.