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Alum Kevin Galloway (2011 ECE Ph.D.) has just begun a postdoctoral research fellowship in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

He is working with Professor Jessy Grizzle in the Control Systems Laboratory on developing feedback controls for stabilizing walking and running gaits for bipedal robots, a project which incorporates nonlinear control theory as well as experimental implementation with a novel bipedal robot known as MABEL.

At Maryland, Galloway served as one of the lab managers for the Intelligent Servosystems Lab and was advised by Professor P.S. Krishnaprasad (ECE/ISR).



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October 6, 2011


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