Research Interests

My research resides at the intersection of modeling, optimization, dynamical systems, and control theory. Primarily driven by applications related to autonomous systems, robotics, energy, and the environment, my research also seeks a better understanding of fundamental fluid flow physics. Recently, my attention has been directed toward



University of Minnesota

In addition to teaching at the University of Minnesota, I have had the opportunity to teach a number of graduate and undergraduate courses at both Princeton University and UCLA, including

Princeton University University of California, Los Angeles





My research group is currently seeking highly motivated students to work on a variety of research projects. If you are currently a graduate or undergraduate student at U of M, or have recently been admitted, please feel free to contact me via email to further discuss potential research opportunities.