The Systems Theory Lab at Washington University in St. Louis carries out fundamental research in the broad area of systems and control theory. A current strong research focus of our group lies in the analysis and control of complex dynamical systems. Here we are exploring fundamental principles and limits, and are seeking to develop useful computational solutions and methods. We are also dedicated to teaching in all areas related to systems, dynamics, and controls, at all levels.
News and Updates:
Oct 2021: New Preprint: S. Zeng, On the geometric construction of a stabilizing time-invariant state feedback controller
Aug 2021: We are excited to be offering a new research-oriented FL21 course on
Jun 2021: Shen Zeng appointed faculty member
Invited talk of Shen Zeng at the SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems
Jul 2020: We hosted a workshop on Analysis, Control, and Learning of Dynamic Ensemble and Population Systems
At the same conference, Shen Zeng also gave an invited talk in the workshop
Oct 2019: NSF project “Holistic Analysis and Control of High-Dimensional Dynamical Systems
Jul 2019: We hosted a workshop on data-driven methods for complex large-scale systems
Invited talk in the session “Control Techniques based on Koopman Operator Theory”
Jan 2019: Upcoming workshop on data-driven methods for complex large-scale systems
Dec 2018: Zeng appointed faculty member in the Division of Biology and Biomedical Sciences.
Sep 2018: NSF project “Targeted Coordination of Dynamic Populations:
Sep 2018: Two new openings for graduate students.