Adjunct in Electrical Engineering
MS, Mechanical Engineering, Boston University
BS, Mechanical Engineering, Boston University
Kristi Morgansen received a BS and a MS in Mechanical Engineering from Boston University, respectively in 1993 and 1994, an S.M. in Applied Mathematics in 1996 from Harvard University and a PhD in Engineering Sciences in 1999 from Harvard University. Until joining the University of Washington, she was first a postdoctoral scholar then a senior research fellow in Control and Dynamical Systems at the California Institute of Technology. She joined the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics in the summer of 2002.
Professor Morgansen's research interests focus on control methods for nonlinear and coordinated control systems. Current topics include the use of fish-like propulsive methods for locomotion and active flow control, control of coordinated systems with communication constraints, vision-based sensing for state estimation, and development of integrated human and autonomous multivehicle systems.
- Nonlinear Control
- Dynamical Systems
- Coordinated Control
- Bio-inspired Systems
- Autonomous Vehicles
- Human Cognition in Autonomous System
- Nonlinear Dynamics and Control Lab
- Autonomous Flight Systems Lab
- Distributed Space Systems Lab
- Robotics, Control, and Mechatronics Group