The paper and invited session proposal submitted to ACC 2021 have both been accepted! The invited session is titled "Advances in Control Co-Design."
The PAC Lab welcomes undergraduate researcher Jonah Glunt!
The PAC Lab welcomes M.S. student Andrew Iezzi!
The PAC Lab submits one paper to ACC 2021, with Dr. Pangborn co-organizing an invited session proposal on advances in control co-design.
The PAC Lab welcomes Postdoctoral Scholar Gurjap Singh!
The PAC Lab welcomes Ph.D. student Seho Park!
The PAC Lab welcomes Ph.D. student Jacob Siefert!
Dr. Pangborn is elected as Award Chair of the ASME DSCD Energy Systems Technical Committee.
The PAC Lab welcomes M.S. student Gregory Gorski!
The PAC Lab welcomes undergraduate researcher Jason Lord!
Dr. Pangborn is selected for the 2020 Air Force Research Lab Summer Faculty Fellowship Program (AFRL SFFP).
The paper and invited session proposal submitted by Dr. Pangborn to ACC 2020 have both been accepted.
The PAC Lab is founded at Penn State University.
Dr. Pangborn submits one paper to ACC 2020 and co-organizes an invited session proposal on energy management in vehicle systems.
Penn State News publishes a brief profile on Dr. Pangborn. You can read it here.
Dr. Pangborn's ACC 2019 paper, "Cooperativity and Hierarchical MPC of State-Constrained Switched Power Flow Systems," receives the ASME Energy Systems Technical Committee Best Paper Award from among 19 initial nominations and three finalists presented at the conference.
Dr. Pangborn organizes an invited session and authors two papers at the 2019 American Control Conference (ACC).