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* [[CDS 270-2|CDS 270]] - Networked Control Systems | * [[CDS 270-2|CDS 270]] - Networked Control Systems | ||

* [[CDS 273]] - Frontiers in Control and Dynamical Systems (Sp01, Sp02, Sp03, Sp04, Sp05, [[CDS 273, Spring 2006|Sp06]]) | * [[CDS 273]] - Frontiers in Control and Dynamical Systems (Sp01, Sp02, Sp03, Sp04, Sp05, [[CDS 273, Spring 2006|Sp06]]) | ||

* ME 90, Senior Thesis (96-97, 97-98) | |||

* ME 96, Mechanical Measurements Laboratory (S94, S96) | * ME 96, Mechanical Measurements Laboratory (S94, S96) | ||

* ME 115 - Introduction to Kinematics and Robotics (Fa92) | * ME 115 - Introduction to Kinematics and Robotics (Fa92) |

## Revision as of 17:57, 4 December 2016

### Course homepages

Homepages for several of the courses that I have taught are available on this wiki: <ncl>Category:Courses</ncl>

### Older course

- CDS 90 - Senior Thesis in Control and Dynamical Systems (04-05, 05-06)
- CDS 101 - Analysis and Design of Feedback Systems (Fa02, Fa03, Fa04)
- CDS 110 - Introduction to Control Theory (97-98, 01-02, 02-03, 03-04, Fa04, Wi 06)
- CDS 111, Introduction to Control Technology (Sp95, Sp96, Sp97, Sp98, Sp00, Sp04)
- CDS 121, Nonlinear Systems and Adaptive Control (Wi95, Wi97)
- CDS 122, Geometric Nonlinear Control Theory (Si94)
- CDS 190 - Independent Work in Control and Dynamical Systems
- CDS 202, Geometry of Nonlinear Systems (Wi93, Wi94, Wi04)
- CDS 212, Introduction to Theory of Feedback Systems (Fa94)
- CDS 221 - Nonlinear and Adaptive Control (Wi95, Wi97, Su00)
- CDS 222 - Geometric Nonlinear Control Theory (Wi94)
- CDS 270, Optimal Control (Fa96)
- CDS 270 - Networked Control Systems
- CDS 273 - Frontiers in Control and Dynamical Systems (Sp01, Sp02, Sp03, Sp04, Sp05, Sp06)
- ME 90, Senior Thesis (96-97, 97-98)
- ME 96, Mechanical Measurements Laboratory (S94, S96)
- ME 115 - Introduction to Kinematics and Robotics (Fa92)
- Reading groups
- LPE Reading Group, 2001
- Controls Primer, Fall 2001

### Guest lectures

In addition to full courses, I occasionally give guest lectures on a specific topic: <ncl>Guest lectures</ncl>

### Workshops and short courses

Finally, here are some additional links to various short courses and workshops that I have participated in: