Robert Ghrist

Andrea Mitchell University Professor and Professor
Electrical and Systems Engineering (ESE)

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Honors and Awards:  S. Reid Warren Jr. Teaching Award - 2009, Andrea Mitchell PIK University Professorship - 2008, Presidential Early Career Award - 2004, NSF CAREER Award - 2002

Research Expertise: Topology | Robotics | Sensor networks

Rob's work focuses on those methods in applied mathematics and engineering which are global or topological in nature. Such methods have the feature of being very robust topological results are tolerant of the inherent in systems and are therefore both elegant and effective in engineering. Specific application foci include sensor and communication networks, multi-agent robotics, and dynamical systems.

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Education:
Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics - Cornell University 1995
M.S. in Applied Mathematics - Cornell University 1994
B.S. in Mechanical Engineering - University of Toledo 1991

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