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Herschel Pangborn receives the ASME Energy Systems Technical Committee Best Paper Award at ACC 2019

Herschel’s ACC 2019 paper, titled “Cooperativity and Hierarchical MPC of State-Constrained Switched Power Flow Systems,” has received the ASME Energy Systems Technical Committee Best Paper Award from among 19 initial nominations and three finalists presented at the conference.

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Herschel Pangborn Recognized for Teaching

Herschel Pangborn recognized on the UIUC “List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent by Their Students” for teaching ME 460 (Industrial Control Systems) in Spring 2018.

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Herschel Pangborn receives a Graduate Teaching Fellowship from the MechSE Department

Herschel will be instructing ME 460: Industrial Control Systems in Spring 2018.

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Herschel Pangborn presents an “Introduction to Controls” for POETS

Herschel Pangborn recently presented an “Introduction to Controls” for the Center for Power-Optimization of Electro-Thermal Systems (POETS).  A recording of the presentation can be watched below.

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POETS Engineering Research Center

Dr. Alleyne and UIUC have been selected by the NSF to lead a new Engineering Research Center (ERC) for Power Optimization of Electro-Thermal Systems (POETS).  More information at: http://poets-erc.org/press-release/.

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Herschel Pangborn, Katherine Amber, and Lindsey Gonzales deposit their Master’s theses

Herschel Pangborn, Katherine Amber, and Lindsey Gonzales deposit their Master’s theses. Congrats!

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ARG welcomes Ashley Armstrong, Xavier Moya, and Spencer Kieffer

ARG welcomes Ashley Armstrong from Notre Dame, Xavier Moya from Santa Clara University, and Spencer Kieffer from Notre Dame.

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Herschel Pangborn Awarded NSF Fellowship

Herschel Pangborn was awarded a 2015 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship for his proposed work with energy management for vehicle systems.

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Matthew Williams passed his qualifying exam

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Justin Koeln wins “Best Presentation in Session” at ACC 2014

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