O. Hugo Schuck Best Paper Award

The Hugo Schuck Award is given to recognize the best two papers presented at the previous ACC. One award is for a paper emphasizing contributions to theory and the other emphasizing significant or innovative applications. The papers must have been presented by the awardee or a coauthor. Criteria for selection include the quality of the written and oral presentation, the technical contribution, timeliness, and practicality.

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2014: Konstantinos Gatsis, Alejandro Ribeiro, and George J. Pappas
Recipient of O. Hugo Schuck Award

Paper:
(Theory) “Optimal Power Management in Wireless Control Systems”

2014: Davood Babaei Pourkargar and Antonios Armaou
Recipient of O. Hugo Schuck Award

Paper:
(Application) “Control of dissipative partial differential equation systems using APOD based dynamic observer designs”

2013: Laurent Lessard and Sanjay Lall
Recipient of O. Hugo Schuck Award

Paper:
Optimal Controller Synthesis for the Decentralized Two-Player Problem with Output Feedback

2012: Cameron Nowzari and Jorge Cortés
Recipient of O. Hugo Schuck Award

Paper:
Self-triggered coordination of robotic networks for optimal deployment

2012: Douglas MacMynowski and Mattias Bjorklund
Recipient of O. Hugo Schuck Award

Paper:
Large aperture segmented space telescope (LASST): Can we control a 12000 segment mirror?

2011: F. Dorfler and F. Bullo
Recipient of O. Hugo Schuck Award

Paper:
"Synchronization and Transient Stability in Power Networks and Non-Uniform Kuramoto Oscillators"

2011: F. Bu, H. S. Tan, and J. Huang
Recipient of O. Hugo Schuck Award

Paper:
"Design and Field Testing of a Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control System"

2010: L. Vu and K. A. Morgansen
Recipient of O. Hugo Schuck Award

Paper:
"Stability of Feedback Switched Systems with State and Switching Delays"

2010: Y. Yan, Q. Zou, and Z. Lin
Recipient of O. Hugo Schuck Award

Paper:
"A Control Approach to High-Speed Probe-Based Nanofabrication"

2009: K. Stegath, N. Sharma, C. M. Gregory, and W. E. Dixon
Recipient of O. Hugo Schuck Award

Paper:
"Nonlinear Tracking Control of a Human Limb via Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation"

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