Kamesh Subbarao , Ph.D.
Ph.D. Texas A&M University, 2001
M.E. Indian Institute of Science, 1995
B.Tech. Indian Institute of Technology, 1993
Areas of expertise: Nonlinear and Robust Adaptive Control, Dynamical Systems Theory, Estimation and System Identification, Flight Control Systems, Optimal Spacecraft Maneuvers, Multi-Resolution Mathematical Modeling and Simulation methodologies.
Background: Dr. Subbarao has extensive experience in design, development and implementation of flight control systems. His research interests include modeling, control and identification of nonlinear dynamical systems that are subject to large uncertainties. Prior to his graduate studies, he was a Scientist at the Aeronautical Development Agency, Bangalore, India and was involved in the design and implementation of the control laws for high performance combat aircraft and design of validation tools for testing the control laws. For his work on Model Reference Adaptive Control as a graduate student (Texas A & M University), he received the AIAA Foundation award in 2001. Immediately following his PhD, he spent two years at The MathWorks Inc. as an applications developer for the controls and system identification toolboxes group. Since joining UT Arlington in 2003, he has been actively involved in mathematical modeling of morphing wing and flapping flight with embedded sensing and distributed actuation. Currently he is working on cooperative control and estimation of networked dynamical systems subject to measurement delays, uncertainty characterization in space surveillance problems and design of robust adaptive control laws for synchronization of spacecraft motion for autonomous on-orbit repair and rescue operations. He is an active member of the Autonomous Vehicle Laboratory at UT Arlington and the university representative for Texas Space Grants Consortium. He was nominated by the College of Engineering for the Chancellor’s Council Award for Excellence in Teaching for 2009-2010, President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching (Tenured Faculty) for 2010-2011 and was voted as the “Most Valuable Faculty” by the graduating class in spring 2011.
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