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* [[AMwiki:Main_PageFeedback Systems: An Introduction for Scientists and Engineers]] (textbook)  * [[AMwiki:Main_PageFeedback Systems: An Introduction for Scientists and Engineers]] (textbook)  
* [http://www.cds.caltech.edu/~murray/papers/2005t_cre+06jfr.html Alice: An InformationRich Autonomous Vehicle for HighSpeed Desert Navigation] (JFR 06)  * [http://www.cds.caltech.edu/~murray/papers/2005t_cre+06jfr.html Alice: An InformationRich Autonomous Vehicle for HighSpeed Desert Navigation] (JFR 06)  
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* [http://www.cds.caltech.edu/%7Emurray/papers/2004x_gchm04automatica.html On a Stochastic Sensor Selection Algorithm with Applications in Sensor Scheduling and Sensor Coverage] (Automatica 04)  * [http://www.cds.caltech.edu/%7Emurray/papers/2004x_gchm04automatica.html On a Stochastic Sensor Selection Algorithm with Applications in Sensor Scheduling and Sensor Coverage] (Automatica 04)  
* [http://www.cds.caltech.edu/%7Emurray/papers/2004l_dmk04automatica.html Discrete State Estimators for Systems on a Lattice] (Automatica 06)  * [http://www.cds.caltech.edu/%7Emurray/papers/2004l_dmk04automatica.html Discrete State Estimators for Systems on a Lattice] (Automatica 06)  
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== Research ==  == Research == 
Revision as of 02:44, 28 June 2006
Richard M. Murray

Other Activities: 
Publications 

 Feedback Systems: An Introduction for Scientists and Engineers (textbook)
 Alice: An InformationRich Autonomous Vehicle for HighSpeed Desert Navigation (JFR 06)
 New Design Principles for Estimation over Fading Channels in Mobile Sensor Networks (CDC 05)
 On a Stochastic Sensor Selection Algorithm with Applications in Sensor Scheduling and Sensor Coverage (Automatica 04)
 Discrete State Estimators for Systems on a Lattice (Automatica 06)
Research
My group's research is in the application of feedback and control to mechanical, information, and biological systems. Current projects include integration of control, communications, and computer science in multiagent systems, information dynamics in networked feedback systems, analysis of insect flight control systems, and synthetic biology using geneticallyencoded finite state machines. Template:Active projects [Archive]
Group
Lauren Bowers† (UIUC) Julia Braman (ME) John Carson (ME) Tim Chung* (ME) Stefano di Cairano+ (U. Siena) Mary Dunlop (ME) Michael Epstein (ME)
Ziad Fares+ (Supelec) Melvin Flores (CDS) Sawyer Fuller° (BE) Elisa Franco (CDS) Zhipu Jin (EE) Doug MacMynowski (CDS) Yasamin Mostofi (EE)
Henrik Sandberg (CDS) Ling Shi (CDS) Demetri Spanos (CDS) Abhishek Tiwari (EE) Johan Ugander† (Lund) Fei Wang (EE) Steve Waydo* (CDS)
* coadvised students + visiting researchers ° rotation students † undergraduates
Former graduate students:
 Vijay Gupta  Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, August 2006
 Lars Cremean  Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, June 2006
 Demetri Spanos  Ph.D. in Control and Dynamical Systems, March 2006 (thesis)
 Sean Humbert  Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, June 2005 (thesis)
 Jimmy Fung  Ph.D. in Aeronautics, June 2005
 Dmitriy Kogan#  M.S. in Control and Dynamical Systems, June 2005
 Domitilla Del Vecchio  Ph.D. in Control and Dynamical Systems, March 2005 (thesis)
 Bill Dunbar  Ph.D. in Control and Dynamical Systems, June 2004
Robert Behnken (thesis) Adam Hayes* Ben Shapiro (thesis) Robert Bodenheimer* Scott Kelly (thesis) Sudipto Sur (thesis) Francesco Bullo (thesis) Andrew Lewis (thesis)
Amber Thweatt# Raff D'Andrea* Robert M'Closkey (thesis) Jorge Tierno* Alex Fax (thesis) Mark Milam thesis] David van Gogh# Samantha (Feakins) Daly#
Michiel van Nieuwstadt (thesis) Tony Vanelli# (thesis) Martha Gallivan (thesis) Clancy Rowley* Yong Wang (thesis) Sonja Glavaski* Muruhan Rathinam (thesis) Simon Yeung (thesis)
# Masters or Engineers degree
Former postdocs:
Raktim Bhattacharya (200204) FengLi Lian (200102) Nicolas Petit (200102) Brianno Coller (199597)
Kristi Morgansen (19992001) B. N. Shashikanth* (19982000) Tamer Inanc (200204) Pascal Morin (199697)
Willem Sluis (199496) Eric Klavins* (200103) Reza OlfatiSaber (200104) Herbert Streumper (199799)
Teaching
The list below is the courses that I have taught at Caltech in the last 5 years. The course links will take you to the (current) course homepage, where you can find the syllabus, handouts, and homework sets. The links for specific terms take you to the course homepage for that term. Links to older courses are available on a separate page.
 CDS 90  Senior Thesis in Control and Dynamical Systems (0405, 0506)
 CDS 101  Analysis and Design of Feedback Systems (Fa02, Fa03, Fa04)
 CDS 110  Introduction to Control Theory (9798, 0102, 0203, 0304, Fa04, Wi 06)
 CDS 190  Independent Work in Control and Dynamical Systems
 CDS 202, Geometry of Nonlinear Systems (Wi93, Wi94, Wi04)
 CDS 270  Networked Control Systems (Sp 06)
 CDS 273  Frontiers in Control and Dynamical Systems (Sp01, Sp02, Sp03, Sp04, Sp05, Sp 06)
Contact
Mailing AddressRichard M. Murray 
Contact informationEmail: murray@cds.caltech.edu 
Other linksCaltech 
Additional informationPresentations 