Flight Dynamics & Control/ Hybrid Systems Lab
Welcome to FD&C/HS Lab!
Intelligent & High Assurance Autonomy for CPS
The research in the FD&C/HS Lab (Lab Director: Professor Inseok Hwang) focuses on two directions: fundamental research on Intelligent and High Assurance autonomy for the Cyber-Physical System (CPS), which is a complex (networked) system with interacting physical and logical components, using hybrid systems theory, and its applications to safety-critical aerospace systems such as aircraft, spacecraft, Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), and Air Traffic Control (ATC), and multiple-vehicle systems (e.g., swarm of UAS). Note that aerospace systems are good examples of the CPS. For example, a UAS (similarly, aircraft and spacecraft) is composed of an autopilot which is a logical element and a vehicle that is a physical element, thus it is a CPS. (learn more)
March 28, 2018
Prof. Hwang awarded Outstanding Graduate Faculty Mentor Award
Prof. Hwang has been selected as the AAE 2018 Outstanding Graduate Faculty Mentor award recipient. This award recognizes the mentorship roles that faculty members play to positively influence the growth of graduate students. Congratulations for Prof. Hwang's outstanding role as a Graduate Faculty Mentor!
Nov 1, 2017
Jooyoung awarded Amelia Earhart Fellowship
Jooyoung Lee (Ph.D. Student) has been selected as an Amelia Earhart Fellowship recipient for the 2017-18 academic year by Zonta International, which seeks to empower women through service and advocacy. Zonta International established the Amelia Earhart Fellowship in 1938 in honor of legendary female pilot Amelia Earhart to assist the future of women in the fields of aerospace-related sciences or aerospace-related engineering. Congratulations! (learn more)
Apr 21, 2017
Prof. Hwang named University Faculty Scholar
Prof. Inseok Hwang has been named a University Faculty Scholar. The University Faculty Scholar program was created at Purdue in 1998. Recipients of this honor are tenured associate professors and full professors who have been in that rank for no more than five years and are named in recognition of their scholarship.
University Faculty Scholars are nominated by their academic areas, reviewed by a committee of named and distinguished professors in the College of Engineering that makes a recommendation to the dean, and approved by the provost. They receive funding to support their research. The newly named University Faculty Scholars will begin their five-year terms in the fall of 2017. (learn more)