University of Waterloo,
Canada N2L 3G1
(519) 888-4567 (ext 33968)
The current research is concentrating on the application of linear and nonlinear control techniques to the areas of the modelling and control of flexible structures and robotics, haptic actuators, autonomous UAVs and smart actuators.
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1. Faculty of Engineering Outstanding Ph.D Award, University of Waterloo, 1989 -Awarded to top graduating Ph.D. student in the Faculty of Engineering
2. NSERC Postgraduate Scholarship University of Waterloo, 1984 to 1988 -Awarded to top Canadian students working towards a postgraduate degree
3. Engineering Academic Award, University of Saskatchewan, 1984 -Awarded to top graduating student in the College of Engineering
4. Engineering Leadership Award, University of Saskatchewan, 1984 -Awarded to a graduating student in the College of Engineering who best combines academics and leadership qualities
5. E.L. Harrington Prize in Physics, University of Saskatchewan, 1984 -Awarded to the top student graduating with a Physics or an Engineering Physics Degree.
6. W.R. Buck Staples Award, University of Saskatchewan, 1983 and 1982 -Awarded to the top student in 1st, 2nd and 3rd year combined in the College of Engineering
Flexible Spherical Wrists
Robots in Education
Shape Memory Alloy Actuators
Applications of Advanced Control Techniques