Michigan State University Alumni
Connor BossDepartment of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Michigan State University.
Ph.D. degree, Summer 2015-present.
Ahmed RamadanDepartment of Mechanical Engineering, Michigan State Unievrsity.
Ph.D. degree, Summer 2014-present.
Huan N. DoDepartment of Mechanical Engineering, Michigan State Unievrsity.
Ph.D. degree, Fall 2013-Spring 2017.
Current coordinate: Data Scientist, Boral Australia, July 2018-.
Past coordinate: Postdoctoral Research Associate, School of Computer Science, University of Adelaide, South Australia, 2017-June 2018.
Huan Do earned his Bachelor of Science with a Cum Laude Honor in Mechanical Engineering from Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) in 2012. He was awarded the Vietnam Education Foundation fellowship to pursue a combined PhD program in Mechanical Engineering at Michigan State University. His research involves Bayesian methods, machine learning, large-scale data analysis, feature selection, appearance-based localization and biomedical engineering. He is a student member of ASME.
Joonho LeeDepartment of Mechanical Enigneering, Michigan State University.
Postdoc, Spring 2015-Spring 2016.
Current coordinate: General Motors, Michigan, 2018-.
Past coordinate: HRL Laboratories, LLC (formerly Hughes Research Laboratories), 2016-2018.
Joonho Lee received the B.S. degree from Dong-a University, Busan, South Korea in 2004, the M.S. degree from Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea in 2006, and the Ph.D. degree from Michigan State University, East Lansing in 2015, all in mechanical engineering. In 2015, he was a Research Associate in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Michigan State University to design and implement control algorithms for autonomous vehicles in the presence of uncertainties. From 2016, he moved to the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Cleveland State University, where he conducted research on a powered prosthetic leg and cyber-enabled machine as a Research Associate. He worked in HRL Laboratories, LLC formerly known as Hughes Research Laboratories as a Research Engineer. His research interests include the areas of nonlinear controls, specifically a multi-time-scale approach, underactuated mechanical systems, and observer design. Currently, he is working for GM in deisgn of control algorithms for self-driving cars.
M. Cody PriessDepartment of Mechanical Engineering, Michigan State Unievrsity.
Optimal Experiment Design and System Identification: Human Testing, Ph.D. degree, Spring 2010-Summer 2013.
Design and analysis of an actuated seat for cerebral palsy research, M.S. degree, Fall 2008-Summer 2010.
Current Coordinate: The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, 2015-.
Mahdi JadalihaDepartment of Mechanical Engineering, Michigan State Unievrsity.
Spatio-temporal field prediction under localization uncertainty for mobile sensor networks, Ph.D. degree, Spring 2010-Summer 2013.
Current Coordinate: Monsanto, 2013-.
Currently, I hold the position of Data Scientist at Monsanto. Prior to join Monsanto, I obtained a PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering at Michigan State University and, MSc in Electrical Engineering at Sharif University. I have worked in various research problems encompassing Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Statistical Modeling, Global Optimization, and Sensor network. In last few years, I focused on using BIG DATA along different statistical models to predict phenotype and genotype data over agricultural products.
Andrew WhiteDepartment of Mechanical Engineering, Michigan State Unievrsity.
A systemic approach for linear parameter varying modeling and control of internal combustion engines, Ph.D. degree, Spring 2009-Fall 2012.
Optimal sampling strategies using spatially averaged advection-diffusion parameter estimation, M.S. degree, Spring 2007-Fall 2008.
Current Coordinate: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), 2013-. Andrew White received his Ph.D., M.S. and B.S. degrees in Mechanical Engi- neering from Michigan State University in 2012, 2008 and 2006 respectively. Currently, he is working in the powertrain virtual analysis department at Chrysler. His research interests include adaptive and robust control, and parameter esti- mation, with applications to engine con- trol, robotics, and non-destructive testing and evaluation. He is a member of IEEE and ASME.
Yunfei XuDepartment of Mechanical Engineering, Michigan State Unievrsity.
Environmental adaptive sampling for mobile sensor networks using Gaussian processes, Ph.D. degree, Fall 2007-Fall 2011.
Current Coordinte: Denso, 2015-. Yunfei Xu received his M.S. and B.S. degrees in Automotive Engineering from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, in 2004 and 2007, respectively. He then received his Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan State University, East Lansing, in 2011. After graduation, he worked as a R&D Engineer in Deep Ocean Engineering, Inc. designing remotely operated underwater vehicles. He is now a software researcher in Denso International America, Inc. developing robust intelligence planning algorithms for autonomous driving.
Ahsan IjazDepartment of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Michigan State University.
Truncated Gaussian Process regression for predicting growth of abdminal aortic anuerysm and temporal modeling of sentiments, M.S. degree, Spring 2011-Fall 2013.
Current coordinate: Ebryx Ahsan Ijaz earned his Bachelors degree in Mechatronics engineering from National University of Sciences and Technology, Pakistan and graduated from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering from Michigan State University as a Fulbright fellow. Currently, he is heading the data vertical at Ebryx. His research interests are in machine learning and its applications for telecommunication networks, biomedical engineering, financial marketing and natural language processing.
Andrey MaslennikovDepartment of Mechanical Engineering, Michigan State Unievrsity.
Robust analysis and control design of the head-neck system, M.S. degree, Spring 2011-Fall 2013.
Azizah MuhammadDepartment of Mechanical Engineering, Michigan State Unievrsity.
Sea lampreys orient toward a source of a synthesized pheromone using odor-conditioned rheotaxis, M.S. degree, Fall 2008-Summer 2010.
William Lee SmitsDepartment of Mechanical Engineering, Michigan State Unievrsity.
M.S. degree, Fall 2007-Spring 2009.
Charles Carvalho de AgularDepartment of Mechanical Engineering, Michigan State Unievrsity.
Exchange student program (Brazil Scientific Mobility Program), summer 2015.