ECE 6559: Advanced Linear Systems ECE 6558: Stochastic Systems and Control ECE 6552: Nonlinear Systems and Control ECE 6562: Control of Robotic Systems ECE 4560: Introduction to Robotics and Control ECE 3550: Introduction to Feedback Control Systems

Courses Taught in Princeton University

Spring 2007: MAE 306 Engineering Mathematics (junior level)

The first half of the course introduces the theory of complex variables leading to its application for
evaluating integrals by methods of contour integration, and using conformal
mapping techniques to solve harmonic problems. The second half of the course
is an introduction to partial differential equations with emphasis on
their solution by separation of variables and transform methods.

Fall 2006: MAE 501 Advanced Engineering Analysis I (graduate level)

Methods of mathematical analysis for the solution of problems in physics and
engineering. Topics include an introduction to functional analysis, linear
analysis & eigenvalue problems for matrices & operators, Sturm-Liouville
theory, Green's functions for the solution of linear ordinary differential
equations and Poisson's equation, and the calculus of variations, and the
inverse and implicit function theorems.