I co-organize the Control Theory Seminar Series in EECS, which I helped revive in Fall 2013. The seminar schedule is located here.
During Summer 2013, I coordinated a Controls Salon to explore controls-related formulations, approaches, paradigms, viewpoints, etc., that could be applicable to a number of research agendas. A large focus was on "seminal" papers in the field, but we also investigated relevant survey papers and book chapters. The full Salon schedule with links is located here.
I am part of the Engineering Outreach @Berkeley organization which seeks to bring engineering demonstrations and presentations to K-12 students. Our goal is to share our excitement for the research we do at a level accessible to K-12 students as well as to present ourselves as examples of careers in engineering. Check out our website for more information: http://www-inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~eegsa/or/index.html.
If you are thinking about applying to grad school, particularly engineering programs, check out Sam Burden's excellent guide on how to prepare for the process and get the most out of the experience. Sam also has a new guide for applying for faculty positions.
I have led and created material for two Supplemental Instruction courses (referred to as PLUS courses at Georgia Tech). Below is the material I developed for these classes, which serves a mostly archival purpose now.
|Fall 2009||Calculus I|
|Spring 2010||Calculus II|