A paper by Luo and Andersson comparing different reconstruction techniques for creating atomic force microscopy images from undersampled data has been published in Nanotechnology (vol. 26, article 505703).
A paper describing a new method for simultaneously estimating both particle position and motion model parameters from single particle tracking data has appeared in Physical Review E (vol. 92, article 052707). Check it out!
A paper by Trevor Ashley and Sean B. Andersson, “Estimating dynamics in Particle Tracking Microscopy using Nonlinear System Identification,” has been accepted to the 2015 IFAC Symposium on System Identification, to be held in Beijing in October, 2015. China, here we come!
Papers by Brian Maxwell and Sean Andersson (A compressed sensing measurement matrix for atomic force microscopy) and by Trevor Ashley and Sean Andersson (A sequential Monte Carlo framework for the system identification of jump Markov state space models) have been accepted to appear at the 2014 American Control Conference in June. Congratulations to all and on to Portland!
Ana’s paper (together with Sean Andersson and Calin Belta) titled “Formal synthesis of control policies for continuous time Markov processes from time-bounded temporal logic specifications” has been accepted to the IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control. Congratulations!
Sean Andersson was raised to the grade of “Senior Member” in IEEE. Congratulations!
Beginning in the fall 2013 semester, Sean Andersson will serve as an Associate Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control. Congratulations and good luck!
The paper titled “The effect of switching delays on a networked control system” has been accepted to the IEEE Conference on Decision and Control. We’re heading to Italy in December! Congratulations to Xi on her first conference paper.
Several members of the Andersson lab attended the 2013 American Control Conference in Washington, D.C.. A fun time was had by all and two papers were presented. Check them out on the publications page!
Peng Huang and Sean B. Andersson are the co-authors of a new paper in Applied Physics Letters. The paper describes a signal-processing approach to generate high-quality AFM images from ostensibly poor data acquired at high scan rates. Check it out on the publications page!