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Aerospace Systems Laboratory (ASL)

Address: 500 W. First St., ELB 213, Arlington, TX 76019, Ph: (817) 272 1118

The main objective of the Aerospace Systems Laboratory (ASL) is to conduct research in modeling, simulation, control and estimation of mechanical and aerospace systems from a systems perspective. Over the past few years, we have looked at diverse mechanical and aerospace systems. Our theoretical contributions, numerical simulations, algorithms and software span several applications:

Flight dynamics and control; unmanned vehicle systems; morphing wing aircraft structures; air traffic management; reduced order modeling of fluid-structure interactions; cooperative control of large scale interconnected systems subject to communication delays; multi-sensor fusion applied to aircraft guidance and spacecraft navigation; bipedal locomotion; and uncertainty characterization in orbital mechanics.

Over the years, these have resulted in several book chapters, journal and conference publications. They are summarized as year-wise list of publications (opens in a new window), followed by an overview of the research topics studied at ASL.


ASL Research Topics (Click on links below for more details)

The University of Texas at Arlington

Dr. Kamesh Subbarao

Dr. Kamesh Subbarao

Kamesh Subbarao, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, has received an Air Force Research Labortary grant that will allow unmanned systems better communicate with each other. See more