The Dynamic Intelligent Systems, Control and Optimization (DISCO) Group is jointly directed by Dr. Beibei Ren and Dr. Jordan Berg. Our vision is to push the boundaries of control theory for systems with model uncertainties and external disturbances; and explore the impacts of control in broad applications, including renewable energies and grid integration, microgrids, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), MEMS, marine/offshore systems and manufacturing systems, etc.
We are thankful for the support from the following:
We received a DOE SBIR grant (prime: Syndem LLC) to carry out thermal and structural analysis for Syndem's new solar inverters.
Sanka Liyanage has successfully passed his Ph.D. dissertation defense. Congratulations Dr. Liyanage!
Dr. Yeqin Wang receives the Graduate School's Outstanding Dissertation Award (2nd Place) in the category of Mathematics, Physical Sciences, and Engineering for his doctoral dissertation titled "Control of Power Electronic Converters for Microgrids." Congratulations!
Dr. Ren receives the Faculty Innovation Award from the National Wind Institute.
Our U.S. Patent (No. 10,651,656) "UDE-Based Robust Droop Control for Parallel Inverter Operation" has been issued.