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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O. Hugo Schuck Award
Paper:"Synchronization and Transient Stability in Power Networks and Non-Uniform Kuramoto Oscillators"
Paper:“Pacing Real-Time Spatiotemporal Control of Cardiac Alternans”
Paper:"Articulated Hands:Force Control and Kinematic Issues"
Paper:"Robust Multivariable Controls System Design Using Optimal Reduced Order Plant Models"
Paper:"Understanding and Aiding the Human in Fault Diagnosis Tasks"
Paper:"Identification and Control of an Industrial Dry Process Cement Kiln"
Paper:"Adaptive Control of Nonlinear Self-Oscillating Systems Using MRAS Technique"
Paper:"Analysis and Design of a Direct-Drive Arm with a Five-Bar Link Parallel Drive Mechanism"
Paper:"On Model Reduction in System Identification"
Paper:"Application of Reduced Order Model to Automotive Engine Control System"