Our IEEE TCST paper on hierarchical control for integrated propulsion, power, and thermal management of a UAV is now accessible via early access.
Congrats to Andrew Thompson for passing the ME Qualifying Exam!
Congrats to Jake Siefert for passing his comprehensive exam!
The PAC Lab welcomes undergraduate researcher Joseph Broniszewski!
Our IEEE L-CSS paper on reachability of hybrid systems is now accessible via early access.
Honored to be a co-author on this year's American Control Conference Best Student Paper! It was great to present our work on two collaborative projects at ACC.
Congrats to Andrew Iezzi on completing his M.S. degree! Andrew will be joining Pratt & Whitney as a software engineer.
Congrats to undergraduate researcher Jonah Glunt for graduating with his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering! We're thrilled that Jonah is staying at Penn State to pursue a graduate degree.
Congrats to Carly Dunford for receiving the Boeing Outstanding Mechanical Engineering Junior Award! This award recognizes the third-year Penn State mechanical engineering undergraduate student who has made the most important contribution to forwarding the research in their selected areas of concentration.
Congrats to Jonah Glunt for completing his undergraduate Honors Thesis!
Our IEEE L-CSS paper on discrete reachability is now accessible via early access.
The PAC Lab welcomes Ph.D. student Andrew Thompson from the University of Delaware!
Congrats to Jake Siefert and Seho Park for passing the ME Qualifying Exam!
The PAC Lab welcomes undergraduate researcher Ian Rivera, a member of the Millennium Scholars Program!
The latest edition of the "Focus on Materials" bulletin includes a profile on Prof. Pangborn.
The PAC Lab welcomes undergraduate researcher Madison O'Hara, a member of the ME Scholars Program!
Our IEEE TCST paper on hybrid battery balancing systems is now accessible via early access.
Congrats to Gurjap Singh for completing his Postdoc with the PAC Lab and joining Mesodyne Inc.
Congrats to Gregory Gorski for defending his paper on graph-based modeling of thermal systems and receiving his M.S. in Mechanical Engineering.
The PAC Lab will soon begin work on a $1.5 million collaborative grant to study autonomous hypersonic vehicle flight planning.
Congrats to undergraduate researcher Jason Lord for graduating with his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering! We're thrilled that Jason is staying at Penn State to pursue an M.S. and will remain with the lab this summer to initiate a new collaborative project with Prof. Joseph Najem.
Both papers submitted to the 2021 IEEE CCTA have been accepted!
Penn State News writes an article on Dr. Pangborn's new course, ME 348.
Members of the PAC Lab submit two papers to the 2021 IEEE CCTA.
The paper and invited session proposal submitted to ACC 2021 have both been accepted! The invited session is titled "Advances in Control Co-Design."
The PAC Lab welcomes M.S. student Andrew Iezzi!
The PAC Lab submits one paper to ACC 2021, with Dr. Pangborn co-organizing an invited session proposal on advances in control co-design.
The PAC Lab welcomes Postdoctoral Scholar Gurjap Singh from the University of Iowa!
The PAC Lab welcomes Ph.D. student Seho Park from Pusan National University, South Korea!
The PAC Lab welcomes Ph.D. student Jacob Siefert from the University of Minnesota!
Dr. Pangborn is elected as Award Chair of the ASME DSCD Energy Systems Technical Committee.
The PAC Lab welcomes M.S. student Gregory Gorski!
The PAC Lab welcomes undergraduate researcher Jason Lord!
Dr. Pangborn is selected for the 2020 Air Force Research Lab Summer Faculty Fellowship Program (AFRL SFFP).
The paper and invited session proposal submitted by Dr. Pangborn to ACC 2020 have both been accepted.
The PAC Lab is founded at Penn State University.
Dr. Pangborn submits one paper to ACC 2020 and co-organizes an invited session proposal on energy management in vehicle systems.
Penn State News publishes a brief profile on Dr. Pangborn. You can read it here.
Dr. Pangborn's ACC 2019 paper, "Cooperativity and Hierarchical MPC of State-Constrained Switched Power Flow Systems," receives the ASME Energy Systems Technical Committee Best Paper Award from among 19 initial nominations and three finalists presented at the conference.
Dr. Pangborn organizes an invited session and authors two papers at the 2019 American Control Conference (ACC).