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SANTOSH DEVASIA

Mechanical Eng. Dept., Box 352600 (206) 685 3401 (Work)

U of Washington (UW), Seattle, WA 98195-2600 (206) 685 8047 (Fax)

Web: www.me.washington.edu/faculty/devasia.html Email: devasia@u.washington.edu


EducatioNAL HISTORY

Doctor of Philosophy (December 1993)

Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB)

Thesis Title: Design, Dynamics and Control of Articulated Flexible Structures

Major: Dynamic Systems, Controls and Robotics

Minors: (1) Solid Mechanics and Structures (2) Mathematics

Master of Science (December 1990)

Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Santa Barbara

Bachelor of Technology (June 1988)

Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India



EMPLOYMENT

 Director, Boeing Advanced Research Center, BARC, UW, (2018--)

 Associate-Director, Boeing Advanced Research Center, BARC, UW, (2014-17

 Associate Dean College of Engineering (COE), UW: for Research and Faculty Affairs, (2014-17); for Research and Graduate Studies (2013-14).

 Associate Chair for Research and Infrastructure, UW Mech. Eng. Dept., (2010-2013)

 Professor, Mech. Eng. Dept., UW (2005 onwards)

 Associate Professor, Mech. Eng. Dept., UW (2000-2005)

 Associate Professor, Mech. Eng. Dept., U of Utah (2000)

 Assistant Professor, Mech. Eng. Dept., U of Utah (1994 - 2000)

 Post-Graduate Researcher, Mech. Eng. Dept., UCSB (Dec. 1993-July 1994)

 Research and Teaching Assistant, Mech. Eng. Dept., UCSB (Sept. 1988-Dec. 1993)
Awards and Honors

 Fellow, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), 2012

 Faculty of the Year Award, Mechanical Engineering, UW, 2009

 UW, College of Engineering’s List of Highly Rated Courses (based on course evaluations):


Sp'06, Aut'06, Aut'08, Sp'09, Sp'10, Aut'10, Win’11, Win’12, Sp’12, Win’13

 U. of Utah's Early Career Teaching Award (for excellence in teaching), 1999-2000

 Professor of the Year Award, from Mechanical Engineering Students, U of Utah, 97-98

 Dean's List of Top Instructors in the College of Engineering, U. of Utah (Six times)

Autumn '96, Winter '97, Winter '98, Spring '98, Spring '99, and Spring '00

 Conference on Decision and Control (CDC) Best Student Paper Finalist Award (1994)

 Delco Electronics Corporation's Best Graduate Dissertation Award (1993)

 UCSB School of Engineering Dean’s Fellowship (1993-94)

 Dean’s Award for outstanding teaching assistant in Mech. Eng. Dept., UCSB (1992)

 University of California Special Regent's Fellowship (1988-92)

 National Merit Scholarship for undergraduate study, India (1984-88)

AffiliaTIONS

 Adjunct Professor, Aeronautics & Astronautics, U. of Washington (2005 onwards)

 Adjunct Asso. Professor, Aeronautics & Astronautics, U. of Washington (2001-2005)

 Faculty, Center for Nanotechnology at the U. of Washington (2004 Onwards)



VISITING APPOINTMENTS

 Visiting Professor, Mechanical Engineering Department, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (NTUST), Taipei, Taiwan, December 2011.

 Visiting Professor, Mechanical Engineering Department, National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), Tainan, Taiwan, Jan-Mar 2008.

 Visiting Academic, ARC Center for Complex Dynamic Systems and Control, Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment, U. of Newcastle, Australia, Oct-Nov 2007.

 Research Associate, NASA Ames Research Center June-July 1997 and June-July 1998.

Publications
Journal Publications

1 S. Devasia, T. Meressi, B. Paden and E. Bayo “Piezo-electric Actuator Design for Vibration Suppression: Placement and Sizing,” AIAA Journal of Guidance, Control and Dynamics, Vol. 16 (5), pp. 859-864, 1993.

2 S. Devasia and E. Bayo “Inverse Dynamics of Articulated Flexible Structures: Simultaneous Trajectory Tracking and Vibration Reduction,” Journal of Dynamics and Control, Vol. 4, pp. 299-309, 1994.

3 R. Ledesma, S. Devasia and E. Bayo “Inverse Dynamics of Spatial Open-Chain Flexible Manipulators with Lumped and Distributed Actuators,” Journal of Robotics Systems, Vol. 11 (4), pp. 327-338, 1994.

4 S. Devasia and E. Bayo “Redundant Actuators to Achieve Minimal Vibration Tracking of Flexible Multibodies: Theory and Application,” Journal of Nonlinear Dynamics, Vol. 6, pp. 419-431, 1994.

5 Ph. Martin, S. Devasia and B. Paden “A different look at output tracking: Control of a VTOL Aircraft,” Automatica, Vol. 32 (1), pp. 101-107, January 1996.

6 S. Devasia, D. Chen and B. Paden “Nonlinear Inversion-Based Output Tracking,”

IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, Vol. 41 (7), pp. 930-942, July 1996.

7 S. Devasia “Optimal Output-Trajectory Redesign for Invertible Systems,” AIAA



J. of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, Vol. 19 (5), pp. 1189-1191, Sept.-Oct. 1996.

8 S. Devasia “Output Tracking with Non-Hyperbolic and Near Non-Hyperbolic Internal Dynamics: Helicopter Hover Control,” AIAA Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, Vol. 20 (3), pp. 573-580, May-June 1997.

9 S. Devasia, B. Paden and C. Rossi “Exact-Output Tracking Theory for Systems with Parameter Jumps,” International Journal of Control, Vol. 67 (1), pp. 117-131, May 1997.

10 S. Devasia and B. Paden “Stable Inversion for Nonlinear Nonminimum-Phase Time-Varying Systems,” IEEE Trans. on Automatic Control, Vol. 43 (2), pp. 283-288, Feb. 1998.

11 E.A. Bailey, A.W. Dutton, M. Mattingly, S. Devasia and R.B. Roemer “A Comparison of Reduced-Order Modeling Techniques for Application in Hyperthermia Control and Estimation,” International Journal of Hyperthermia, Vol. 12 (2), pp. 135-156, 1998.

12 M. Mattingly, R. B. Roemer and S. Devasia “Optimal Actuator Placement for Large Scale Systems: A Reduced-Order Modeling Approach,” International Journal of Hyperthermia, Vol. 14 (4), pp. 331-345, July-August 1998.

13 D. Croft, D. Mcallister and S. Devasia “High-Speed Scanning of Piezo-Probes for Nano-fabrication,” ASME Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering, Vol. 120 (3), pp. 617-622, August 1998.

14 M. Mattingly, E. A. Bailey, A. W. Dutton, R. B. Roemer and S. Devasia "Reduced-Order Modeling for Hyperthermia: An Extended Balanced-Realization-Based Approach,” IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Eng., Vol. 45 (9), pp. 1154-1162, September 1998.

15 S. Devasia and G. Meyer “Recovery Guidance Satisfying Input and State Constraints: Rate Saturating Actuator Example,” AIAA J. of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, Vol. 21 (5), pp. 733-741, September-October 1998.

16 D. Croft and S. Devasia “Hysteresis and Vibration Compensation for Piezo Actuators”, AIAA J. of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, Vol. 21 (5), pp. 710-717, Sept.-Oct. 1998.

17 J.S. Dewey, K. K. Leang and S. Devasia “Experimental and Theoretical Results in Output-Trajectory Redesign for Flexible Structures,” ASME Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement, and Control, Vol. 120 (4), pp. 456-461, December 1998.

18 D. Croft, S. Stilson and S. Devasia “Optimal Tracking of Piezo-based Nano Positioners,” Nanotechnology, Vol. 10, pp. 201-208, June 1999.

19 S. Devasia “Approximated Stable Inversion for Nonlinear Systems with Nonhyperbolic Internal Dynamics,” IEEE Trans. on Automatic Control, Vol. 44 (7), pp. 1419-1425, July 1999.

20 Q. Zou and S. Devasia “Preview-based Stable-Inversion for Output Tracking,” ASME J. of Dynamic Systems, Measurement and Control, Vol. 121 (4), pp. 625-630, December 1999.

21 D. Croft and S. Devasia “Vibration Compensation for High Speed Scanning Tunneling Microscopy,” Review of Scientific Instruments published by the American Institute of Physics, Vol. 70 (12), pp. 4600-4605, December 1999.

22 R. Brinkerhoff and S. Devasia “Output Tracking for Actuator Deficient/Redundant Systems: Multiple Piezoactuator Example,” AIAA J. of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, Vol. 23 (2), pp. 370-373, March-April 2000.

23 M. Mattingly, R. Roemer and S. Devasia “Exact Temperature Tracking for Hyperthermia: A Model-Based Approach,” IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, Vol. 8(6), pp. 979-992, November 2000.

24 D. Croft, G. Shedd and S. Devasia “Creep, Hysteresis, and Vibration Compensation for Piezoactuators: Atomic Force Microscopy Application,” ASME Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement and Control, Vol. 123 (35), pp. 35-43, March 2001.

25 S. Stilson, A. McClellan and S. Devasia “High-Speed Solution Switching using Piezo-based Micro-Positioning Stages,” IEEE Trans. on Biomedical Engineering, Vol. 48(7), pp. 806-814, July 2001.

26 H. Perez, B. Ogunnaike and S. Devasia “Output Tracking between Operating Points for Nonlinear Processes: Van de Vusse Example,” IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, Vol. 10(4), pp. 611-617, July 2002.

27 S. Devasia “Should Model-based Inverse Inputs be used as Feedforward under Plant Uncertainty?” IEEE Trans. on Automatic Control, Vol. 47(11), pp. 1865-1871, Nov 2002.

28 S. Meek, S. Field and S. Devasia “Mechatronics Education in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Utah,” Mechatronics, Vol. 13(1), pp. 1-11, February 2003.

29 H. Perez and S. Devasia “Optimal Output Transitions for Linear Systems,” Automatica, Vol. 39(2), pp. 181-192, February 2003.

30 H. Perez, Q. Zou and S. Devasia “Design and Control of Optimal Scan-Trajectories: Scanning Tunneling Microscope Example,” ASME Journal of Dynamics Systems Measurement and Control, Vol. 126(1), pp. 187-197, March 2004.

31 Q. Zou and S. Devasia “Preview-based Optimal Inversion for Output Tracking: Application to Scanning Tunneling Microscopy,” IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, Vol. 12(3), pp. 375-386, May 2004.

32 D. Iamratanakul, H. Perez and S. Devasia “Minimum-Energy Output-Transitions for Linear Discrete-Time Systems: Flexible Structure Applications,” AIAA Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, Vol. 27(4), pp. 572-585, July-August 2004.

33 Q. Zou, K. K. Leang, E. Sadoun, M. J. Reed and S. Devasia “Control Issues in High-Speed AFM for Biological Applications: Collagen Imaging Example,” Special Issue on Advances in Nano-technology Control, Asian Journal of Control, Vol. 6(2), pp. 164-178, June 2004.

34 Q. Zou, C. Vander Giessen, J. Garbini and S. Devasia “Precision Tracking of Driving Waveforms for Inertial Reaction Devices,” Review of Scientific Instruments published by the American Institute of Physics, Vol. 76(2), Article No. 023701 (Pages 1-9), Jan. 25, 2005.

35 G. Clayton and S. Devasia “Image-Based Control of Dynamic Effects in Scanning Tunneling Microscopes” Nanotechnology, Vol. 16(6), pp. 809-818, June 2005.

36 S. Tien, Q. Zou and S. Devasia “Iterative Control of Dynamics-Coupling-Caused Errors in Piezoscanners during High-Speed AFM Operation” IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, Vol. 13 (6), pp. 921-931, November 2005.

37 K. K. Leang and S. Devasia “Design of Hysteresis-Compensating Iterative Learning Control: Application to Atomic Force Microscopes” Mechatronics, Vol. 16 (3-4), pp. 141-158, Apr.-May, 2006.

38 Q. Zou and S. Devasia “Precision Preview-based Stable-Inversion for Nonlinear Nonminimum-Phase Systems: The VTOL Example,” Automatica, Vol. 43 (1), pp. 117-127, January, 2007.

39 G. M. Clayton and S. Devasia “Iterative image-based modeling and control for higher scanning probe microscope performance,” Review of Scientific Instruments, published by the American Institute of Physics, Vol. 78 (8), Article No. 083704 (pp. 1-12), August, 2007.

40 S. Devasia, E. Eleftheriou and S. O. R. Moheimani “A Survey of Control Issues in Nanopositioning,” IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, Vol. 15 (5),


pp. 802-823, September 2007, Special Issue on Dynamics and Control of Micro- and Nanoscale Systems.

41 K. K. Leang and S. Devasia “Feedback-Linearized Inverse Feedforward for Creep, Hysteresis, and Vibration Compensation in AFM Piezoactuators,” IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, Vol. 15 (5), pp. 927-935, September 2007, Special Issue on “Dynamics and Control of Micro- and Nanoscale Systems”.

42 S. Devasia “Design of Feedforward Input for Output-Settling Control with Dual-Stage Actuators,” IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics, Vol. 12 (6), pp. 670-679, December 2007.

43 S. S. Aphale, S. Devasia and S. O. R. Moheimani “High-bandwidth Control of a Piezoelectric Nanopositioning Stage in the Presence of Plant Uncertainties,” Nanotechnology, Vol. 19 (12), Article number 125503, pp. 1-9, March 2008.

44 G. M. Clayton, S. Tien, A. J. Fleming, S. O. R. Moheimani and S. Devasia “Inverse-Feedforward of Charge-Controlled Piezopositioners,” Mechatronics, Vol. 18 (5-6), pp. 273-281, June 2008.

45 D. Iamratanakul, B. Jordan, K. K. Leang and S. Devasia “Optimal Output Transitions for Dual-Stage Systems,” IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, Vol. 16 (5), pp. 869-881, September 2008.

46 Kam Leang, Qingze Zou, and Santosh Devasia “Feedforward Control of Piezoactuators in Atomic Force Microscope Systems,” IEEE Control Systems Magazine, Vol. 29 (1),
pp. 70-82, Feb. 2009.

47 D. Iamratanakul and S. Devasia “Minimum-Time/Energy, Output Transitions for Dual-Stage Systems,” ASME Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement and Control, Vol. 131 (2), pp. 1-8, March 2009, Article number 024503.

48 S. Tien and S. Devasia “Rapid AFM Imaging of Large Soft Samples in Liquid with Small Forces,” Asian Journal of Control, Special Issue on Advanced Control Methods for Scanning Probe Microscopy, Vol. 11 (2), pp. 154-165, March, 2009.

49 K. Oh, J.-H. Chung, S. Devasia, and J. Riley “Bio-mimetic silicone cilia for microfluidic manipulation,” Lab on a Chip by The Royal Society of Chemistry, Vol. 9 (11), pp. 1561-1566, 2009.

50 S. Devasia “Nonlinear Models for Relativity Effects in Electromagnetism,” Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung A, Vol. 64a (5-6), pp. 327-340, May-June, 2009.

51 G. M. Clayton and S. Devasia “Conditions for image-based identification of SPM-nanopositioner dynamics,” IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics, Vol. 14 (4),


pp. 405-413, August, 2009.

52 G. M. Clayton, S. Tien, K. K. Leang, Q. Zou and S. Devasia “A Review of Feedforward Control Approaches in Nanopositioning for High Speed SPM,” ASME Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement and Control, Special Issue on Dynamic Modeling, Control and Manipulation at the Nanoscale, Vol. 131 (6), Article number 061001, pp. 1-19, Nov. 2009.

53 J. Kongthon, B. McKay, D. Iamratanakul, K. Oh, J.-H. Chung, J. J. Riley and S Devasia. “Added-mass effect in modeling of cilia-based devices for microfluidic systems,” Journal of Vibration and Acoustics – Transaction of the ASME, Vol. 132 (2), Article number 024501, pp. 1-7, April 2010.

54 K. Oh, B. P. Smith, S. Devasia, J. J. Riley and J.-H. Chung “Characterization of Mixing Performance for Bio-mimetic Cilia,” Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, Vol. 9 (4-5), pp. 645–655, October 2010.

55 S. Devasia “Lorentz Violation in High-Energy Ions,” The European Physical Journal C, Vol. 69 (3-4), pp. 343-346, October 2010.

56 S. Devasia, D. Iamratanakul, G. Chatterji, and G. Meyer “Decoupled Conflict-Resolution Procedures for Decentralized Air Traffic Control,” IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, Vol. 12 (2), pp. 422-437, June 2011.

57 S. Devasia “Nonlinear Minimum-Time Control With Pre- and Post-Actuation,” Automatica, Vol. 47 (7), pp. 1379-1387, July 2011.

58 J. Kongthon, J.-H. Chung, J. J. Riley and S Devasia. “Dynamics of cilia-based microfluidic devices,” ASME Journal of Dynamic Systems Measurement and Control, Vol. 133 (5), Article number 051012, pp. 1-11, Sept. 2011.

59 S. Devasia “Time-Optimal Control with Pre/Post Actuation for Dual-Stage Systems,” IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, Vol. 20 (2), pp. 323-334, March 2012.

60 S. Devasia and J. Borgford-Parnell “Integrating Nanopositioner Design Issues into an Existing Automatic Controls Course through Homework,” International Journal of Engineering Education, Vol. 28 (5), pp. 995-1005, 2012, Special Issue on “Current Trends in Nanotechnology Education.”

61 J. Kongthon and S. Devasia “Iterative Control of Piezoactuator for Evaluating Biomimetic, Cilia-Based Micromixing,” IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics, Vol. 18 (3), pp. 944-953, June 2013.

62 J. Yoo and S. Devasia “Provably Safe Conflict Resolution with Bounded Turn Rate for Air Traffic Control,” IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, Vol. 21 (6), pp. 2280-2289, November 2013.

63 J. Yoo and S. Devasia “On-demand Conflict Resolution Procedures for Air Traffic Intersections,” IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, Vol. 15 (4), pp. 1538-1549, August 2014.

64 S. Devasia “Ritz-type Variable Speed of Light (VSL) Cosmology,” Physics Essays, Vol. 27 (4), pp. 523-536, December 2014.

65 J. Realmuto, G. Klute, and S. Devasia “Nonlinear Passive Cam-based Springs for Powered Ankle Prostheses,” ASME Journal of Medical Devices, Vol. 9 (1), pp. 011007 1-10, March 2015.

66 S. Wilcox and S. Devasia “Stability of Velocity Control for a Piezoelectric Stepper,” IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics, Vol.20 (2), pp. 910-923, April 2015.

67 M. Ashrafi, S. Devasia, and M. E. Tuttle “Resistive Embedded Heating for Homogeneous Curing of Adhesively Bonded Joints,” International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives, Vol. 57, pp. 34-39, 2015.

68 A. Boekfah and S. Devasia “Feedforward-based Output-Boundary Regulation for Nonminimum-Phase Systems,” IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology,


Vol.24 (1), pp. 265-275, January 2016.

69 B. P. Smith, M. Ashrafi, M. E. Tuttle, and S. Devasia “Bondline Temperature Control for Joining Composites with an Embedded Heater,” ASME Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering, Vol.138 (2), Article number 021011, pp. 1-9, February 2016.

70 S. Devasia “Iterative Learning Control with Time-Partitioned Update for Collaborative Output Tracking,” Automatica, Vol. 69, pp. 258-264, July 2016.

71 S. Devasia, and A. Lee “Scalable Low-Cost-Unmanned-Aerial-Vehicle Traffic Network,” AIAA Journal of Air Transportation, Vol. 24 (3), pp. 74-83, July 2016.

72 R. Warrier, and S. Devasia “Iterative Learning from Novice Human Demonstrations for Output Tracking,” IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems, Vol. 46 (4), pp. 510-521, August 2016.

73 S. Devasia “Iterative Control for Networked Heterogeneous Multi-Agent-Systems with Uncertainties,” IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, Vol. 62 (1), pp. 431-437, Jan. 2017.

74 N. Banka, Y.-L. Ng, and S. Devasia “Individually Controllable Magnetic Cilia: Mixing Application,” ASME Journal of Medical Devices, Vol. 11(3), pp. 031003-031003-10, Sept. 2017.

75 M. Ashrafi, B. P. Smith, S. Devasia, and M. E. Tuttle “Embedded Resistive Heating in Composite Scarf Repairs,” Journal of Composite Materials, Vol. 51 (18), pp. 2575-2583, Aug. 2017.

76 R. Warrier, and S. Devasia “Inferring Intent for Novice Human-in-the-loop Iterative Learning Control,” IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, Vol.25 (5), pp. 1698-1710, Sept. 2017.

77 N. Banka and S. Devasia “Nonlinear models for magnet placement in individually-actuated magnetic cilia devices,” ASME Journal of Dynamic Systems Measurement and Control, Accepted for publication, Sept 2017.


http://dynamicsystems.asmedigitalcollection.asme.org/article.aspx?articleid=2664707

78 J. Realmuto, R. Warrier, and S. Devasia “Data-Inferred Human-Robot Models for Collaborative Output Tracking,” Journal of Intelligent and Robotic Systems, Accepted for publication, June 2017. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10846-017-0653-z

79 S. Devasia “Iterative Machine Learning for Output Tracking,” IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, Accepted, Oct 2017. http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8167302/ DOI: 10.1109/TCST.2017.2772807

80 B. P. Smith, M. Ashrafi, M. E. Tuttle, and S. Devasia “Boundary Control of Embedded Heaters for Uniform Bondline Temperature during Composite Joining,” ASME Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering, , Accepted, June 2018.

http://manufacturingscience.asmedigitalcollection.asme.org/article.aspx?articleid=2685297 DOI:  10.1115/1.4040545

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS (TOP TEN IN CITATIONS)

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S. Devasia, E. Eleftheriou and S. O. R. Moheimani “A Survey of Control Issues in Nanopositioning,” IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, Vol. 15 (5), pp. 802-823, September 2007

ISI Highly Cited Paper (top 1% cited papers in Engineering) in 2017

(In the Top-10 cited publication of all papers in this journal, 2017)


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D. Croft, G. Shedd and S. Devasia “Creep, Hysteresis, and Vibration Compensation for Piezoactuators: Atomic Force Microscopy Application,” ASME J. of Dynamic Sys., Measurement and Control, Vol. 123 (35), pp. 35-43, March 2001.
(In the Top-10 cited publication of all papers in this journal, 2017)

415

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S. Devasia, D. Chen and B. Paden “Nonlinear Inversion-Based Output Tracking,” IEEE Trans. on Automatic Control, 41(7), pp. 930-942, July 1996

410

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K. K. Leang and S. Devasia “Feedback-Linearized Inverse Feedforward for Creep, Hysteresis, and Vibration Compensation in AFM Piezoactuators,” IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, Vol. 15 (5), pp. 927-935, September 2007.

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Ph. Martin, S. Devasia and B. Paden “A different look at output tracking: Control of a VTOL Aircraft,” Automatica, Vol. 32 (1), pp. 101-107, January 1996

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S. Devasia “Should Model-based Inverse Inputs be used as Feedforward under Plant Uncertainty?” IEEE Trans. on Automatic Control, Vol. 47(11), pp. 1865-1871, Nov 2002

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K. Leang, Q. Zou, and S. Devasia “Feedforward Control of Piezoactuators in Atomic Force Microscope Systems,” IEEE Control Systems Magazine, Vol. 29 (1), pp. 70-82, Feb. 2009

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Iterative control of dynamics-coupling-caused errors in piezoscanners during high-speed AFM operation, Tien, S; Zou, QZ; Devasia, S, IEEE Transactions On Control Systems Technology, 13(6),  pp. 921-931, Nov. 2005

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A Review of Feedforward Control Approaches in Nanopositioning for High-Speed SPM, G. M. Clayton, S. Tien, K. K. Leang, Q. Zou and S. Devasia, ASME J. of Dynamic Sys. Measurement and Control, 131(6), Article # 061101, Nov. 2009

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Design of hysteresis-compensating iterative learning control for piezo-positioners: Application to atomic force microscopes, Kam. K. Leang, and S. Devasia, Mechatronics, 16(3), pp. 141-158, Apr-May 2006

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Conference PAPERS in PROCEEDINGS *

1 B. Samantha and S. Devasia “Modeling and Control of Flexible Manipulators using Distributed Actuators: A Bond Graph Approach,” Proceedings of the IEEE International Workshop on Intelligent Robots and Systems, pp. 99-104, Tokyo, 1988.

2 S. Devasia, T. Meressi, B. Paden and E. Bayo “Piezo-electric Actuator Design for Vibration Suppression: Placement and Sizing,” Proc. of 31st Conference on Decision and Control (CDC), Tucson, AZ, pp. 1367 -1372 Vol.2, December 1992.

3 B. Paden, E. Bayo and S. Devasia “Experimental Results in the Control of Articulated Flexible Structures,” Invited Paper, Proceedings of the ACC, San Francisco, pp. 2093-2098 Vol. 2, 1993.

4 R. Ledesma, S. Devasia and E. Bayo* “Simultaneous Trajectory Tracking and Vibration Reduction of Distributed Parameter Systems,” Proceedings of 14th ASME Biennial Technical Conference on Mechanical Vibration and Noise, Albuquerque, New Mexico, ASME Des. Eng. Div Pub Vol. 61, pp. 67-74 (ISBN 0-7918-1177-8) Sept. 1993.

5 Ph. Martin, S. Devasia and B. Paden “A different look at output tracking: Control of a VTOL Aircraft,” Proceedings of the CDC, Florida, Vol. 3, pp. 2376 –2381, 1994.

6 S. Devasia and B. Paden “Exact Output Tracking for Nonlinear Time-Varying Systems,” Proceedings of the CDC, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, pp. 2346 -2355 vol.3, 1994.

7 S. Devasia, B. Paden and C. Rossi “Regulator Theory for Switched Systems,”

Proceedings of CDC, New Orleans, Louisiana, Vol.: 4, pp. 3712 -3718 vol.4, Dec 1995.

8 D. Nelson, M. Yampanis, S. Devasia and S. Meek “Mechatronics Education at the University of Utah,” Design Engineering Session 11, Proceedings of the ASME IMECE, November 1995, Paper Number 95-WA/DE-19 (Compendex Accession Number 96012991508).

9 S. Devasia and S. Meek “PCs and Micro-Controllers in Mechatronics Education,” Proceedings of IEEE 26th Annual Frontiers in Engineering Conference, Technology-Based Re-Engineering Engineering Education, Salt Lake City, UT, Vol. 2, pp. 966 –969, 1996.

10 J.S. Dewey and S. Devasia “Experimental and Theoretical Results in Output-

Trajectory Redesign for Flexible Structures,” Proceedings of the 35th CDC, Kobe, Japan, Vol. 4, pp. 4210-4215, 1996.

11 S. Devasia “Output Tracking for Systems with Non-Hyperbolic and Near Non-Hyperbolic Internal Dynamics: Helicopter Hover Control,” Proceedings of the ACC, Albuquerque, Vol. 3, pp. 1439-1446, 1997.

12 D. Croft and S. Devasia “High Precision Positioning Stages for Micro/Nano

Lithography,” SPIE's 97 Symposium on Micromachining and Microfabrication, Proceedings of the Session on Microlithography and Metrology in Micromachining III, pp. 68-75, Austin, Texas, Sept 29-30, 1997.

13 D. Croft, D. McAllister and S. Devasia “High-Speed Scanning of Piezo-Actuators for Nanofabrication,” Proceedings of the ASME IMECE, Dallas, TX, appearing in Manufacturing Science and Technology, G. J. Wiens, Editor, MED Vol 6(2), pp. 451-458, November 1997.

14 S. Devasia “Stable Inversion for Nonlinear Systems with Nonhyperbolic Internal

Dynamics,” Proceedings of the CDC, San Diego, Vo. 3, pp. 2882-2888, December 1997.

15 M. Mattingly, R. B. Roemer and S. Devasia “Optimal Actuator Placement for

Large Scale Systems: A Reduced-Order Modeling Approach,” (M. Mattingly was a finalist in the Best Student paper competition, Bioengineering Division.) Proceedings of the ASME IMECE, Dallas, TX, appearing in Advances in Bioengineering, B. Simon, Editor, BED-Vol. 36, pp. 27-28, 1997.

16 S. Devasia and G. Meyer “Recovery Guidance Maneuvers for Linear Systems with Input and State Constraints,” Proceeding of the ACC, Philadelphia, Vol. 2, pp. 1122-1127, 1998.

17 Q. Zou and S. Devasia “Preview-Based Stable-Inversion for Output Tracking,” Proceedings of the American Control Conference, San Diego, CA, Vol. 5, pp. 3544-3548, June 1999.

18 D. de Roover and S. Devasia “Trade-offs in Temperature Control of Fast-Ramp RTP Systems,” Invited Paper, Proceedings of the ACC, San Diego, Vol. 1, pp. 76-80, June 1999.

19 M. Mattingly, R. Roemer and S. Devasia “New iterative learning controller for use in biomedical engineering applications,” Proceedings of the ASME 1999 Bioengineering Conference, Jun 16-Jun 20 1999, Big Sky, MT, Bioengineering Division (Publication) BED, v 42, p 453-454, 1999.

20 Q. Zou and S. Devasia “Preview-Based Output Tracking for Periodic Switching Systems,” Invited Paper, Proceedings of the CDC, Vol. 3, pp. 2930-2935, Dec. 1999.

21 S. Devasia and G. Meyer “Automated Conflict Resolution Procedures for Air Traffic Management,” Proceedings of the CDC, Vol. 3, pp. 2456-2462, December 1999.

22 S. Devasia “Robust inversion-based feedforward controllers for output tracking under plant uncertainty,” Proceedings of 2000 American Control Conference. Vol. 1, pp. 497-502.

23 R. Brinkerhoff and S. Devasia “Output Tracking for Actuator Deficient/Redundant Systems,” Proceedings of American Control Conference Vol. 4, pp. 2649 -2653 vol.4, 2000.

24 D. Croft, G. Shedd and S. Devasia “Creep, Hysteresis, and Vibration Compensation for Piezoactuators: Atomic Force Microscopy Application,” Proceedings of the American Control Conference, Vol. 3, pp. 2123 –2128, 2000.

25 Q. Zou and S. Devasia “Optimal Trade-off in Inversion-based Output Tracking: CTOL Aircraft Example,” Proc. of 2000 AIAA Guidance, Navigation, and Control Conference, Denver, AIAA Paper ID 2000-4051 (AIAA # A00-37041), pp. 1-7, CO, 14-17 Aug. 2000.

26 M. Mobrem, B. Paden, E. Bayo and S. Devasia “Optimal Output-Trajectory Tracking: Application to Mobile Transporter Avionic Breadboard,” Proceedings of AIAA Guidance, Navigation, and Control Conference, Denver, AIAA Paper ID 2000-4572 (AIAA Accession Number A00-37211), pp. 1-7, CO, 14-17 August 2000.

27 S. Stilson, A. McClellan and S. Devasia “High-Speed Solution Switching using Piezo-based Micro-Positioning Stages,” Proceedings of the 2001 American Control Conference, Arlington, Virginia, Vol. 3, pp. 2238-2243.

28 H. Perez and S. Devasia “Optimal Output Transitions for Linear Systems,” Proceedings of 40th IEEE Conf. on Decision and Control, Florida, Vol.4, pp. 3164 –3174, Dec 4-7, 2001

29 H. Perez, B. Ogunnaike and S. Devasia “Output Tracking Between Operating Points for Nonlinear Process: Van de Vusse Example,” Proceedings of the 2002 American Control Conference, Alaska, Volume: 4, pp.3281-3286, May 8-10, 2002.

30 H. Perez, Q. Zou and S. Devasia “Design and control of optimal feedforward trajectories for scanners: STM example,” Invited Paper, Proceedings of the 2002 American Control Conference, Alaska, Volume: 3, pp. 2305 –2312, May 8-10, 2002.

31 S. Devasia, M. Heymann, and G. Meyer “Automation Procedures for Air Traffic Management – a token-based approach,” Invited Paper, Proceedings of the 2002 American Control Conference, Alaska, Volume: 1, pp. 736-741, May 8-10, 2002

32 K. Leang and S. Devasia “Hysteresis, Creep, and Vibration Compensation for Piezoactuators: Feedback and Feedforward Control,” 2nd IFAC Conference on Mechatronic Systems, Berkeley, CA, pp. 283-289, Dec 9-11 2002.

33 Q. Zou and S. Devasia “Preview-Based Optimal Inversion for Output Tracking: Application to Scanning Tunneling Microscopy” Proceedings of the 41st IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Las Vegas, Nevada, Vol. 1, pp. 79 –85, December 10-13, 2002.

34 D. Iamratanakul, H. Perez and S. Devasia “Feedforward Trajectory Design for Output Transitions in Discrete-time Systems: Disk-Drive Example” Invited Paper, Proceedings of the 2003 American Control Conference, Denver, CO, Vol. 4, pp. 3142-3147, June 4-6, 2003.

35 K. K. Leang and S. Devasia “Inversion-based Feedforward Compensation of Hysteresis in Piezo Positioners” Invited Paper, Proceedings of the 2003 Conference on Decision and Control, Hawaii, Vol. 3,  pp.2626 – 2631, Dec. 9-12, 2003.

36 C. V. Giessen, Q. Zou and S. Devasia “Inversion-Based Precision Positioning of Inertial Reaction Devices” Invited Paper to the Session on Precision Motion Control, Proc. of the 2004 American Control Conference, Boston, MA, pp.3788 – 3793, June 30 – July 2, 2004.

37 S. Tien, Q. Zou and S. Devasia “Control of Dynamics-Coupling Effects in Piezo-Actuator for High-Speed AFM Operation” 2004 American Control Conference, Invited Paper to the Session on Atomic Force Microscopy, Proceedings of the 2004 American Control Conference, Boston, MA, pp. 3116 – 3121, June 30 – July 2, 2004.

38 D. Iamratanakul and S. Devasia “Minimum-Time/Energy Output-Transitions in Linear Systems” 2004 American Control Conference, Invited Paper to the Session on Command Shaping for Flexible Systems, Proceedings of the 2004 American Control Conference, Boston, MA, pp. 4831 – 4836, June 30 – July 2, 2004.

39 S. Tien, Q. Zou and S. Devasia “Iterative Control of Dynamics-Coupling Effects in Piezo-based Nano-Positioners for High-Speed AFM” 2004 IEEE Conference on Control Applications, Taipei, Invited Paper to the Session on Motion Control, (S. Tien was a finalist in the Best Student paper competition), Vol. 1,  pp. 711 – 717, 2004.

40 K. K. Leang and S. Devasia “Iterative Learning Control of Piezo Positioners for Long-Range SPM-Based Nanofabrication,” Proceedings of the 3rd IFAC Symposium on Mechatronic Systems, Manly Beach, Sydney, Australia, September 6-8, 2004.

41 G. Clayton and S. Devasia “Image-Based Control of Movement-Induced Vibrations in Scanning Tunneling Microscopes” Presented at the ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress (IMECE), Anaheim, CA, Paper ID IMECE2004-59473. Proc. of the ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Division - 2004, v 73, n 2 Part B, 2004, pp.939-948.

42 Q. Zou and S. Devasia “Preview-based Inversion of Nonlinear Nonminimum-Phase Systems for Output Tracking: VTOL Example,” Proceedings of the 2004 Conference on Decision and Control, Paradise Island, Bahamas, Vol. 4,  pp. 4350 – 4356, Dec. 14-17, 2004.

43 D. Iamratanakul, G. Meyer, G. B. Chatterji and S. Devasia “Quantification of Airspace Sector Capacity using Decentralized Conflict Resolution Procedures” Conference on Decision and Control, Paradise Island, Bahamas, Vol. 2, pp. 2003 – 2009 Dec. 14-17, 2004.

44 B. Jordan, D. Iamratanakul and S. Devasia “Optimal Output Transitions for Dual-Stage Systems: Disk Drive Example” American Control Conference, Invited Paper in the Session on Command Shaping, Portland, OR, June 8-10, 2005, Vol. 1, pp. 519 – 526.

45 E. B. Howell, G. Klute and S. Devasia “Passive and Active Shock Absorbing Prosthesis for Lower Limb Amputees” IMECE, Orlando, Florida, November, 2005, Proceedings of the ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Division, v 74 DSC, n 1 Part A, 2005, pp. 627-636.

46 D. Iamratanakul, B. Jordan, K. K. Leang and S. Devasia “Optimal Seek Trajectories for Dual-Stage Systems” Presented at the American Control Conference, Invited Paper in the Session on Information Storage Systems, Minneapolis, MN, June 14-16, 2006, pp. 606-612.

47 Y. Hatano, D. Iamratanakul and S. Devasia “Pre and Post-Actuation for Seek Control in Dual-Stage Hard Disk Drives” The International Symposium on Flexible Automation, organized by the Institute of Systems, Control and Information Engineers (ISCIE), July 10-12, Osaka, Japan, 2006, pp. 401-407.

48 Q. Zou and S. Devasia “Preview-based Stable-Inversion of Nonlinear Nonminimum-Phase Aircraft Tracking: VTOL Example,” AIAA Guidance, Navigation, and Control Conference, August 21-24, Keystone, CO, 2006, Collection of Technical Papers Vol.3, pp. 1881-1897.

49 G M Clayton, S Tien, A J Fleming, S O R Moheimani, and S Devasia. "Hysteresis and vibration compensation in piezoelectric actuators by integrating charge control and inverse feedforward." Mechatronics 2006, 4th IFAC-Symposium on Mechatronic Systems. Heidelberg, Germany, September 12th-14th, 2006, pp. 812-818.

50 S Devasia. "Optimal Output Transition for Settling Control in Hard-Disk Drives with Dual-Stage Actuators." IEEE 22nd International Symposium on Intelligent Control (ISIC), 1-3 Oct. 2007, Singapore, pp. 308 – 314.

51 B. McKay, D. Iamratanakul, K. Oh, J.-H. Chung, J. Riley and S Devasia. "Added-mass effect in modeling of cilia-based device for microfluidic systems." Proceedings of the ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition (IMECE), Nov 11-15 2007, Seattle, WA, Vol. 11 Part B, pp. 875-880.

52 K. Oh, J.-H. Chung, S. Devasia, and J. Riley. "Fluid Manipulation by Bio-mimetic Cilia." Proceedings of the ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition (IMECE), Nov 11-15 2007, Seattle, WA, Vol. 2, pp. 41-45.

53 K. K. Leang, G. Pannaozzo, Q. Zou, and S. Devasia. "A Collaborative Approach to teach modeling and control of smart actuators in the mechanical engineering curriculum." Proceedings of the ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition (IMECE), Nov 11-15 2007, Seattle, WA, Vol. 7, pp. 285-293.

54 G M Clayton, and S Devasia. "Image-based trajectory estimation for scanning tunneling Microscopy." Proceedings of the ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition (IMECE), Nov 11-15 2007, Seattle, WA, Vol. 9 Part B, pp. 949-956.

55 D. Iamratanakul, and S Devasia. "Feedforward Input Design for Minimum-Time/Energy, Output Transitions for Dual-Stage Systems" American Control Conference, 11-13 June 2008, Seattle, WA, pp. 3263 – 3268.

56 S. Tien, and S Devasia. "AFM Imaging of Large Soft Samples in Liquid Medium Using Iterative Inverse Feedforward Control" American Control Conference, 11-13 June 2008, Seattle, WA, pp. 3201 – 3206.

57 S Devasia. "Review of Feedback Approaches for Nano Precision Positioning in High Speed SPM Operation" Invited Paper, 2008 IFAC World Congress, Seoul, Korea.

58 S. Aphale, S. Devasia, and S. O. R. Moheimani. "Achieving high-bandwidth nanopositioning in presence of plant uncertainties" IEEE/ASME International Conference on Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics (AIM), Xian, China, 2-5 July 2008, pp. 943 – 948.

59 Y. Wu, S. Cutler, Q. Zou, G. Pannozzo, K. K. Leang, and S. Devasia. "Modeling and Control of Smart Actuators: Integrating Nano/Bio Technology into the ME curriculum." 2008 ASEE Annual Conference, Pittsburg, PA.

60 K. Oh, J.-H. Chung, S. Devasia, J. J. Riley, and K.-H. Lee. "Cilia Device for Microfluid Manipulation ." 12th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences, Oct 12-16, 2008, San Diego, CA, pp. 1375-1377.

61 S. Devasia, D. Iamratanakul, G. Chatterji, and G. Meyer. "Decoupled Conflict-Resolution Procedures for Decentralized Air Traffic Control." Conference on Control Applications (CCA09), St. Petersburg, Russia, 2009, pp. 837-842.

62 G. Clayton and S. Devasia. "Theory for Image-Based Identification of SPM Dynamics." Invited Paper to the Session on Feedforward Control of Nanopositioning and SPM Systems, ACC, St. Louis, Missouri, June 10 – 12, 2009, pp. 1670-1675.

63 S. Devasia. "Nonlinear Minimum-Time Feedforward Control for Output Transition with Pre- and Post-Actuation." Invited Paper to the Session on Command Shaping for Vibration Suppression, ACC, Baltimore, MD, June 30 – July 2, 2010, pp. 2320-2325.

64 S. Devasia. "Output Transition with Pre- and Post-Actuation for Dual-Stage Flexible Structures." 2010 IEEE Multi-Conference on Systems and Control (MSC), Yokohama, Japan, Sept 8-10, 2010, pp. 216-221.

65 J. Yoo and S. Devasia. "Flow-Capacity-Maintaining, Decentralized, Conflict
Resolution with Aircraft Turn Dynamics." American Control Conference, San Francisco, CA, June 29 - July 1, 2011, pp. 2759-2764.

66 S. Wilcox and S. Devasia. "Modeling and Feedforward Control of a Large-Range, Piezo Nano-Stepper." American Control Conference, San Francisco, CA, June 29 - July 1, 2011, pp. 2855-2860.

67 S. Devasia. "Capacity-Maintaining, Conflict Resolution for Adverse-Weather, Air-Traffic Rerouting." Proc. of the 18th IFAC World Congress, Milan, Italy, Aug. 28 – Sept. 2, 2011.

68 J. Kongthon and S. Devasia. "Feedforward Control of Piezoactuator for Evaluating Cilia-Based Micro-Mixing." Proc. of the 18th IFAC World Congress, Milan, Italy, Aug. 28 – Sept. 2, 2011.

69 S. Devasia. "Time-Optimal, Dual Stage, Output Transition: with Pre / Post Actuation." Proceedings of the 18th IFAC World Congress, Milan, Italy, Aug. 28 – Sept. 2, 2011.

70 S. Devasia, J. Borgford-Parnell, J.-H.Chung, J. Li, A. Q Shen, N. J. Sniadecki and J. Wang. “Integrating Nanodevice Design, Fabrication, and Analysis into the Mechanical Engineering Curriculum.” Proceedings of the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Paper number AC 2011-224, Vancouver, BC, Canada, June 26-29, 2011.

71 J. Kongthon, J Chung, J. Riley and S. Devasia. "Dynamics of Cilia-based Microfluidic Devices." Proceedings of the 2011 ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference, October 31- November 2, Arlington, VA.

72 J. Kongthon and S. Devasia. "Iterative Inversion-Based Control of Piezoactuator for Evaluating Cilia-Based Micro-Mixing." American Control Conference, Montreal, Canada, June 22- 29, 2012.

73 J. Yoo and S. Devasia. “Application of Provably-Safe Conflict Resolution for Air Traffic Control,” Conference on Decision and Control, Maui, Hawaii, Dec 10-13, 2012.

74 J. Yoo and S. Devasia. “On-demand Conflict Resolution Procedures for Air Traffic Intersections”, Presented at the 2013 American Control Conference, Washington, DC, June 17-June 19, 2013.

75 N. Banka and S. Devasia. “Nonlinear Models for Optimal-Placement of Magnetially-Actuated Cilia”, Presented at the 2013 ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference, Palo Alto, CA, October 21-23, 2013.

76 A. Boekfah and S. Devasia. “Output-Boundary Regulation: High-Speed AFM Application”, Presented at the 2013 ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference, Palo Alto, CA, October 21-23, 2013. (Paper was selected as a DSCC 2014 Best Paper Award Finalist in Theory.)

77 S. Wilcox and S. Devasia. “Precision Control through Vibration Suppression in Piezoelectric Stepper Response”, Presented at the 2013 ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference, Palo Alto, CA, October 21-23, 2013. (Scott Wilcox won the DSCC 2014 Best Student Paper Award, which is based on both the publication and Presentation.)

78 J. Realmuto, G. Klute and S. Devasia. “Nonlinear Passive Elements using Cam-based Springs for Powered Robotic Ankles”, Presented at the 2013 ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference, Palo Alto, CA, October 21-23, 2013.

79 J. Yoo and S. Devasia. “Decoupled Conflict Resolution Procedures for Non-pependicular Air Traffic Intersections with Different Speeds”, 2013 Conference on Decision and Control.

80 A. Boekfah and S. Devasia. “Output-boundary Regulation for Nonminimum-phase Systems,” Presented at the 2015 American Control Conference, Chicago, IL, July1-3, 2015.

81 R. Warrier and S. Devasia. “Inverse Control for Inferring Intent in Novice Human-in-the-Loop Iterative Learning,” Presented at the American Control Conference, Boston, MA, Sep. 2016.
(R. Warrier was selected as a Best Student Paper Award finalist for the conference.)

82 W. T. Piaskowy, L. McCann, J. Garbini and S. Devasia. “Variable-Impedance-Based Human-Machine Control for Docking of Manufacturing Fixtures,” Presented at the American Control Conference, Boston, MA, Sep. 2016.

83 S. Devasia, V. Kumar, and A. M. Mescher. “Boundary Control of Fickian Gaseous Diffusion Process in Polymers,” Accepted to the ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference (DSCC), Minneapolis, Minnesota, Oct 12-14, 2016.

84 N. Banka, Y. L. Ng, and S. Devasia. “Individually controlled magnetic cilia for mixing inspired by the blinking vortex,” Accepted to the ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference (DSCC), Minneapolis, Minnesota, Oct 12-14, 2016.

85 A Boekfah, and S. Devasia. “Output-Boundary Regulation for Nonlinear Nonminimum-Phase Systems,” Accepted to the ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference (DSCC), Minneapolis, Minnesota, Oct 12-14, 2016.

86 J. Realmuto, Rahul Warrier, and S. Devasia. “Iterative Learning Control for Human-Robot Collaborative Output Tracking,” Presented at the 12th IEEE/ASME Int. Conf. on Mechatronic and Embedded Systems and Applications (MESA), Auckland, New Zealand, Aug 29-31, 2016.

87 B. Smith, M. Ashrafi, M. Tuttle and S. Devasia. “Boundary Control on Embedded Heaters for Composites Joining,” To be presented at the ASME Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference (MSEC), USC, Los Angeles, CA, June 4-8, 2017.

88 R. Warrier and S. Devasia. “Data-based Iterative Human-in-the-loop Robot-Learning for Output Tracking,” Accepted to the IFAC World Congress, Toulouse, France, July 9-14, 2017.

89 B. Smith, M. Tuttle and S. Devasia. “Embedded Resistive Heating for Bonding Rigid Composite Structures in Space,” Accepted to the Space Forum, Orlando, Florida, September 12-14, 2017.

90 P. Owan, J. Garbini and S. Devasia. “Addressing Agent Disagreement in Mixed-Initiative Traded Control for Confined-Space Manufacturing,” Accepted to the 2017 IEEE International Conference on Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics (AIM), Munich, Germany, July 3-17, 2017.

91 C. Morris, Y. Fu, S. McCormick, B. Wachter and S. Devasia. “Low-Cost Assistive Robot for Mirror Therapy Rehabilitation,” IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics (IEEE-ROBIO 2017), Macau, China, Dec 5-8, 2017.

92 N. Banka, W. T. Piaskowy, J. Garbini and S. Devasia. “Iterative Machine Learning for Precision Tracking with Series Elastic Actuators,” Accepted to the IEEE 15th International Workshop on Advanced Motion Control (AMC2018), Tokyo, Japan, March 9-11, 2018.

93 S. Devasia. “Rapid Information Transfer in Swarms under Update-Rate-Bounds using Delayed Self Reinforcement,” Accepted for presentation at the ASME 2018 Dynamic Systems and Control Conference (DSCC), Sep. 30-Oct. 3, Atlanta, GA, USA.

Book ChapterS / PROFESSIONAL MAGAZINES
1 Kam Leang, Qingze Zou, and Santosh Devasia “Continuous- and Discrete-time State-Space Models,” The Mechatronics Handbook, CRC Press, Boca Raton, Fl,

Editor: R. Bishop, 2002, Section IV, pages 40 to 54 in Chapter 23.

2 Rahul B. Warrier and Santosh Devasia “How to Train Your Robot: Inferring Intent During Human-in-the-Loop Robot Learning for Output Tracking,” Mechanical Engineering Magazine, Dynamic Systems & Control, ASME, June 2017, Vol. 5(2), Pages 19-23.

3 Nathan Banka and Santosh Devasia “Blinking-Vortex Inspired Mixing with Cilia,”


Invited Chapter in the ATLAS OF CILIA BIOENGINEERING & BIOCOMPUTATION (River Publishers, 2018) Eds. Dr. Richard Mayne (Univ. West of England, Bristol, UK) & Prof. Jaap den Toonder (Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, NL).

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Fellow 2012, (joined in 1994)

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), Senior Member (joined in 1996)

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Senior Member (joined in 1994)

INSIC (Information Storage Industry Consortium), Associate Member (2004-2007)

American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), Member (Re-joined in 2011)




GRADUATE STUDENTS


CHAIRED DOCTORAL DEGREES
Past PhD Students
1 Marshall Mattingly Ph. D., December 1998, U. of Utah, Mechanical Engineering

“Modeling and Control: Theoretical Development with


Application to Hyperthermia Cancer Therapy.”

R. Roemer was Co-Chair

Joined Raytheon Systems Company, Tucson (AZ) in 1999

2 Hector Perez Ph. D., May 2002, U. of Utah, Mechanical Engineering


“Optimal Output-Trajectories for Output Transitions”

Research Professor (2003)

Electronic Engineering Department

Research Chair (General Director of Research), Aug 2004

Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, Bucaramanga, Colombia

3 Donald E. Croft Ph. D., December 2003, U. of Utah, Mechanical Engineering

“High-Speed High-Precision Piezoactuators with Applications to Scanning Probe Microscopy.”

Joined Raytheon Systems Company, Tucson (AZ) in 1999

4 Qingze Zou Ph. D., July 2003, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering

“Preview-based System Inversion for Output-Tracking: Theory and Application”

Current Position (2017): Professor

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Rutgers, New Jersey

5 Kam K. Leang Ph. D., Sept. 2004, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering “Iterative Learning Control of Hysteresis in Piezo-based Nano-Positioners: Theory and Application in Atomic Force Microscopy”

Current Position (2012): Associate Professor

Mechanical Engineering Department, U. of Nevada, Reno

6 Szuchi Tien Ph. D., July 2007, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering
“High-Speed Nano-Precision Positioning: Theory and Application to AFM Imaging of Soft Samples”

Current Position (2015): Associate Professor

Mechanical Engineering Department

National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), Tainan, Taiwan

7 Dhanakorn Iamratanakul Ph. D., July 2007, U. of Washington, AA Dept.,


“Pre-actuation and Post-actuation in Control Applications”

Joined Western Digital Inc, California


as a Senior Firmware Engineer in Fall 2007

8 Garrett Clayton Ph.D., 2007, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering


“Image-based Methods for Scanning Tunneling Microscopy”

Current Position (2014): Associate Professor

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Villanova University, Villanova, Pennsylvania

9 Jiradech Kongthon Ph.D., 2011, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering


“Modeling and Control of Biomimetic Cilia-Based Devices for Microfluidic Applications” Faculty Position at SIIT, Thailand.

10 Jeff Dong-Suk Yoo Ph.D. 2014, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering

“Flow-Capacity-Maintaining, Decoupled Conflict Resolution

Procedures for Air Traffic Control.” Joined Boeing, WA

11 Scott Wilcox Ph.D. 2015, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering

“Stability and Precision Positioning of Piezoelectric Stepper Systems.” Joined Amazon Prime Air, WA.

12 Mahdi Ashrafi Ph.D. 2016, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering

“Resistive Embedded Heating for Homogenous Curing of Composites Damage Repair.”


Co-motion Commercialization Fellows Award, 2015-
Co-Chair, Mark Tuttle was Chair

13 Arom Boekfah Ph.D. 2016, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering

“Output-Boundary Regulation Using Event-Based Feedforward for Nonminimum-Phase Systems.” Spring 2016. Faculty of Mahidol University, Thailand.

14 Nathan Banka Ph.D. 2017, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering

“Individually-controllable magnetic artificial cilia for microfluidic manipulation tasks.”
Joined Amazon Robotics in 2017.

15 Jonathan Realmuto Ph.D. 2017, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering

“Towards personalized powered ankle-foot prostheses.”

Glenn Klute was co-Chair, Joined USC as PostDoc.

16 Brandon P. Smith Ph.D. 2017, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering

“Bondline temperature control using carbon fiber embedded resistive heaters.” Mark Tuttle was co-Chair

Joined Tethers Unlimited in 2017.

Current PhD Students (Advisor), Anticipated Graduation, and Research Topic
1 Rahul Warrier Ph.D., U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering

Started 2013

2 Parker Owan Ph.D., U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering

Joe Garbini is co-Chair Started 2014

3 Rose Hendrix Ph.D., U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering

Joe Garbini is co-Chair, Started 2015


4 Tony Piaskowy Ph.D., U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering

Co-Chair, Joe Garbini is Chair. Started 2014

5 Veniamin Tereshchuk Ph.D. 2019, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering

started 2016

6 Lance O McCann Ph.D., U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering

Co-Chair, Joe Garbini is Chair, started 2014

7 Anuj Tiwari Ph.D., U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering,

started 2018



International PhD Student Thesis Evaluation Committees
1 Iskandar A. Mahmood Ph.D. 2009, U. of Newcastle, Australia “Vibration and Position Control of Piezoelectric Tube Scanners for Fast Atomic Force Microscopy.”

2 Arnfinn Aas Eielsen Ph.D. 2012, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway “Topics in Control of Nanopositioning Devices.”

3 Mathew W. Fairbairn Ph.D. 2013, U. of Newcastle, Australia

“Feedback Control of the Atomic Force Microscope Cantilever for Improved Imaging.”

4 MD. Sohel Rana Ph.D. 2014, New South Wales, Canberra, Australia

“High Performance Control of an Atomic Force Microscope for Faster Image Scanning.”

5 Habibullah Ph.D. 2016, New South Wales, Canberra, Australia

“High-Precision Nanopositioning Control of a Piezoelectric Tube Scanner: Atomic Force Microscopy.”



CHAIRED MASTERS DEGREES
Masters (Thesis/Project Options) Past Students
1 Seonghoon Lee M.E., June 1996, U. of Utah, Mechanical Engineering “Design of Inverted Pendulum Linkage for Demonstrating Stable Inversion Technique.”

2 Mark Yampanis M.S., June 1996, U. of Utah, Mechanical Engineering “A Mechatronics Laboratory Design.”

3 Rong Ye M.S., September 1996, U. of Utah, Mechanical Engineering

“Exact Output Tracking for Linear Time-Varying Systems in Discrete Time Domain.”

4 Willver Redroven M.S., March 1997, U. of Utah, Mechanical Engineering

“Vibration Control Using Piezo-Electric Actuators.”

5 David McAllister M.S., May 1997, U. of Utah, Mechanical Engineering

“Piezo-Probe Design and Vibration Isolation Table Design for Scanning Tunneling Microscopy.”

6 Jason Dewey M.E., December 1997, U. of Utah, Mechanical Engineering

“Inversion Based Tracking Control of a Nonminimum Phase Flexible Structure.”

7 Arturo L. Rivera M.E., June 1998, U. of Utah, Mechanical Engineering

“Autonomous Pipe Crawler.”

8 Shane Stilson M.S., December 1999, U. of Utah, Mechanical Engineering

“Vibration Compensation for High-Speed Control of Piezo-based Micro-Positioning Stage.”

9 Sujuan Li M.S., December 1999, U. of Utah, Mechanical Engineering

“Integrated Modeling of Hysteresis and Vibration in a Piezo Probe Actuator.”

10 Robert Brinkerhoff M.S., December 1999, U. of Utah, Mechanical Engineering

“Output Tracking in Actuator Deficient/Redundant Systems: Theoretical and Experimental Results.”

11 Kam Leang M.S., December 1999, U. of Utah, Mechanical Engineering

“Design of Robotic Kit for Mechatronics.”

12 Vegard Lund M.S., August 2000, U. of Utah, Mechanical Engineering

“Automated Conflict Resolution for Air Traffic Management.”

13 Clint Vander Giessen M.S., December 2002, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering
“Inversion-Based Dynamic Compensation of Inertial Reaction Devices”

14 Eric B. Howell M.S., Spring 2004, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering


“Design of Shock Absorbing Transtibial Prosthesis with a Controls Approach,” G. Klute (fromVA Rehab R&D Center, Seattle) was Co-Chair

15 Benjamin B. Jordan M.S., Spring 2005, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering “Fast Positioning of Disk Drives with Dual Stage Systems”

16 Brandon Smith M.S., Fall 2009, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering

“An Experimental Examination of Improved Micromixing using Bio-mimetic Synthetic Cilia”

17 Scott Wilcox M.S., Spring 2011, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering

“Modeling and Control of a Large-Range, Piezo Nano-stepper”

18 Tony Piaskowy M.S., Winter 2016, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering

“Variable-Impedance-Based Human-Machine Control for

Docking of Manufacturing Fixtures,”

Co-Chair (Chair was J. Garbini)

19 Benjamin Janicki M.S., Winter 2016, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering

“A Hand-Placed End-Effector for Confined Space Drilling

Operations,” Co-Chair (Chair was J. Garbini)

20 Alexi Ehrlich M.S., Spring 2016, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering


“The Inverse Jacobian Control Method Applied to a Four Degree of Freedom Confined Space Robot.”Co-Chair (Chair was J. Garbini)

21 Casey Carte M.S. 2017, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering


“Evaluating Embedded Heater Bonding for Composites,”
Mark Tuttle was Co-Chair


Masters (Advisor, No Projects, Non-thesis, at UW) Past Students

1 Amanda Wu M.S. 2002, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering

Non-thesis

2 Nigel Flahart M.S. 2002, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering

Non-Thesis

3 Garrett Clayton M.S. 2003, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering

Non-Thesis

4 Heechang Bae M.S. 2004, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering

Non-Thesis

5 Beren L. W. McKay M.S. 2006, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering

Non-Thesis

6 Yau Luen (Michael) Ng M.S. 2017, U. of Washington, Mechanical Eng.,


Non-thesis

7 Michael Burge M.S. 2017, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering

Co-Advisor, Joe Garbini was Chair

8 David Yee M.S., Spring 2017, U. of Washington, Mechanical Engineering


Co-Advisor, Joe Garbini was Chair

EXTERNAL RESEARCH FUNDING
NIH: “Ultrasound Hyperthermia System for Cancer Therapy” (Co-Investigator)
NCI 2 R01 CA33922, 7/1/95-8/31/2000.

NASA Ames Research Center: “Guidance of Nonlinear Nonminimum Phase


Dynamic Systems”, Principal Investigator (PI), NASA Grant NAG 2-1042,3/01/96-2/28/99

NSF Manufacturing Machines and Equipment Program:Nonlinear Inversion-Based


High-Speed/High-Precision Tracking for Scanning-Probe-Based Nanotechnology” (PI), NSF Grant DMII 9612300, 9/1/96-9/30/99

NSF Dynamic Systems and Control Program: “Vibration-Control of Nonlinear Piezo-Dynamics During Precision Position-Tracking Maneuvers” (PI), NSF Grant CMS 9813080, 09/01/98-08/31/00 and NSF Grant CMS 0196214, 09/01/00-08/31/02

NASA Ames Research Center: Funding for Research on Air Traffic Management (PI) “Cellular Automaton-based Enhancement of Air Traffic Management” NASA Grant NAG 2-1277, 1/1/99-10/1/00
“Network Server Paradigms for Air Traffic Management Automation” NASA Grant NAG 2-1450, 1/1/01-2/28/04

NIH: “High-speed AFM Imaging of Cells” (PI)


NIH Grant 1 R21 GM068103, 05/01/03-04/30/06

NASA Quantifying and Optimizing ATM Sector Capacity, (PI) NASA Ames


Research Center, Grant NNA04C131G, 4/15/04 – 4/14/05

NSF Dynamic Systems and Control Program: “Image-Based Control of Movement Induced Vibrations During High-Speed Operation of Scanning Probe Microscopes” (PI),



NSF REU Grant CMS 0336221 and NSF Grant CMS 0301787, 7/1/03-6/30/07

INSIC: Information Storage Industry Consortium, EHDR Program: “Nano-Precision High-Speed Head Positioning using Dual-Stage Actuators: Optimal Trajectory Design” (PI), 1/1/04-12/31/07

NSF Control Systems Program: “Control of Micro/Nano Bio-mimetic Structures for Fluidic Devices” (PI). NSF Grant CMII 0624597. Moreover, UW provided matching for graduate student salary, tuition, and overhead. 8/1/06-7/31/10

NSF Division of Undergraduate Education: “Collaborative Project: Integration of


Modeling and Control of Smart Actuators for Nano/Bio Technology into
Engineering Curriculum” (PI), NSF Grant DUE 0632913, 4/15/2007-3/31/2009.

NSF Dynamic Systems Program: “Vibration Mitigation in Inchworm Nanopositioners


for SPMs” (PI), NSF Grants CMMI 0856091, and REU Grant CMII 1019342, 9/1/09-8/31/12

NSF Nanotechnology Undergraduate Education Program: “NUE: Integrating Nanodevice Design, Fabrication, and Analysis into the Mechanical Engineering Curriculum” (PI).


NSF Grant EEC 1042061, 9/15/10-9/14/13.

Veterans Administration (VA): PI for Subcontract through the VA Puget Sound “Center


of Excellence for Limb Loss Prevention and Prosthetic Engineering Grant F7968R”.
UW Subcontract Account 62-5820, 1/1/13-9/30/13

NSF Control Systems Program: “Control of Distributed Nanosteppers” (PI).


NSF Grant CMMI 1000404, and NSF REU Grant, 11/15/11-11/14/14

Boeing “Boeing/UW Composite Repair Technology” (Administrative PI),


Yearly renewable project 2/1/13-12/31/14

Boeing and Joint Center for Aerospace Technology Innovation (JCATI)


“Embedded Section Heater for Temperature Control of Composite-Damage Repair”
4/10/13-6/30/15 (co-PI with Mark Tuttle)

NSF Control Systems Program: “Boundary Regulation: Output-Recovery Guidance for Nonminimum Phase Systems” (PI), NSF Grants CMMI 1301452, and NSF REU Grant CMMI 1343477, 4/15/13 - 3/31/16

NSF Materials Processing and Manufacturing Program: “Precision Process Control for Fabrication of High-Performance Polymer Optical Fiber” (Co-PI, Ann Mescher is PI),

NSF Grant CMMI 1301491, 9/15/13-9/14/16

NSF Division of Industrial Innovation and Partnership: “ICORPS: Advanced Composites Manufacturing and Repair Using Integrated Distributed Actuation and Dynamic Network Control” (co-PI), NSF I-Corps Grant IIP 1631983, 3/1/16-9/30/16

Boeing “In-Wing Crawler Development” (PI), through the UW
Boeing Advanced Research Center, 9/1/14-12/20/17

Boeing “Confined Space Automation Development” (Co-PI), through the UW


Boeing Advanced Research Center, 9/1/14-12/20/17

NSF Sensors, Dynamics, and Control Program: “Interactive Co-operative Tracking of Heterogeneous Networked Multi-Agent Systems for Advanced Composites Manufacturing and Repair” (PI), CMMI 1536306, 8/1/15-7/31/18

Boeing “Sanding Assist Development” (Co-PI with Joe Garbini, Per Reinhall is PI),
through the UW Boeing Advanced Research Center, 3/20/17-12/31/17,
EHS-0218-054.

Boeing “End Effector Standardization Development” (PI, Joe Garbini is Co-PI),


through the UW Boeing Advanced Research Center, 10/1/17-12/15/18,
BRT-0917-317.

Boeing “Lift Assist Development” (Co-PI, Joe Garbini is PI), through the


UW Boeing Advanced Research Center, 3/1/18-6/30/18, BRT-0218-025.

Boeing “Multi-Robot Control” (PI, S. Brunton and A. Banerjee are Co-PIs),


through the UW Boeing Advanced Research Center, 3/1/18-12/15/18, BRT-0218-030.

Boeing “Sanding Assist Development” (Co-PI, Joe Garbini is PI), through the


UW Boeing Advanced Research Center, 2/15/18-12/15/18, EHS-0218-054.

Boeing “Manual Percussive Rivet Tool Development” (Co-PI, Per Reinhall is PI),


through the UW Boeing Advanced Research Center, EHS-0118-055, 2/15/18-12/15/18.

Amazon “Human Robotic Collaboration Research Fund” (Co-PI, Ashis Banerjee is PI),


UW budget, 68-0762, 4/1/18-12/31/18.


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