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Update: Nov 2014

 

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Rifat Sipahi, PhD

Rifat

Photo: Courtesy of Mary Knox Merrill/Northeastern University

 

Office: 321 Snell Engineering Center.

Phone: (617) 373 6011.

Email: rifat AT coe DOT neu DOT edu

WORKSHOP SERIES ON TIME DELAY SYSTEMS

  • 2013 European Control Conference, Zurich, Switzerland
  • 2013 Ieee Conference On Decision And Control, Florence, Italy
  • 2014 European Control Conference, Strasbourg, France

Lecturers:

  • Fatihcan M. Atay, GERMANY

  • Dimitri Breda, ITALY

  • Wim Michiels, BELGIUM

  • Silviu-Iulian Niculescu, FRANCE

  • Hitay Ozbay, TURKEY

  • Rifat Sipahi, USA

 

News

  • Sipahi elected ASME Fellow (2014)

  • Sipahi elected Faculty Fellow, College of Engineering, NU (2014)

  • According to the statistics from Springer Verlag, 14,848 times chapter downloads were recorded from the volume edited by Loiseau, J.-J. Niculescu, S.-I., Michiels, W., Sipahi, R., from August 11, 2009 to June, 2014.

  • According to the statistics from Springer Verlag, 11,996 times chapter downloads were recorded from the volume edited by Sipahi, R., Vyhlidal, T., Niculescu, S.-I., Pepe, P., from February 23, 2012 to June, 2014.

  • According to the statistics from Springer Verlag, 2,049 times chapter downloads were recorded from the volume edited by Vyhlidal, T., Lafay, J.-F., Sipahi, R., from September 10, 2013 to June, 2014.

  • Sipahi gave a plenary talk at the past IEEE International Conference on Electrical Engineering, Computing ScienceĀ and Automatic Control held in Mexico City.

  • Sipahi's plenary talk can be accessed via YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Vt4ySkgcrE

  • Sipahi was awarded the 2011 DARPA Young Faculty Award.

  • Sipahi was awarded the 2011 Martin Essigman Outstanding Teaching Award of the College of Engineering.

  • What's with the delay? -- Sipahi is in the news @ Northeastern.

Active research & engineering education topics
  • Novel results in LTI systems with multiple delays, both in delay-dependent and delay-independent stability (since 2001)

  • Novel control design techniques to enhance effectiveness of man-machine systems (since 2010)

  • Engineering solutions in ways to suppress hand tremors in daily tasks (since 2010)

  • Mechatronics based portable Braille writing device (since 2009)

  • Development of new hands-on mechatronics curriculum covering energy systems, bioengineering, biomedical devices, and sustainability (since 2011)

  • Responsible Eigenvalue concepts in networked systems in presence of delays. Design of network topologies that can withstand larger delays without losing stability (since 2006)

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Mailing Address: 334 Snell Engineering Center, 360 Huntington Avenue, Northeastern University, Boston, MA 02115