2001 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to the control of nonlinear electro-mechanical systems and robotic manipulation.
John T. Wen mostly deals with Control theory, Control engineering, Kinematics, Robot kinematics and Motion control. His study brings together the fields of Robot control and Control theory. The Control engineering study combines topics in areas such as Robot, Control, Robotic arm and Passivity.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Singularity, Beam and Compensation in addition to Kinematics. John T. Wen combines subjects such as Motion planning and Linear-quadratic regulator with his study of Robot kinematics. His Attitude control research includes elements of Quaternion and Rigid body.
His primary areas of study are Control theory, Control engineering, Robot, Nonlinear system and Control theory. His studies examine the connections between Control theory and genetics, as well as such issues in Robot control, with regards to Robot end effector. His research integrates issues of Kinematics, Motion control, Control, Robot kinematics and Robustness in his study of Control engineering.
John T. Wen has included themes like Singularity and Motion planning in his Kinematics study. The various areas that John T. Wen examines in his Robot study include Simulation and Trajectory. His Nonlinear system study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Iterative method, Mathematical optimization and Linear system.
His primary areas of investigation include Control theory, Robot, Control theory, Feed forward and Circadian rhythm. His Control theory study combines topics in areas such as Control engineering, Model predictive control and Heat flux. His Control engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Control and Robot control, Mobile robot.
His Robot research includes themes of Setpoint, Robotic arm and Trajectory. His Control theory study incorporates themes from Temperature control, Simulation and Humidity. His work deals with themes such as Passivity and Evaporator, which intersect with Feed forward.
John T. Wen spends much of his time researching Control theory, Simulation, Control theory, Temperature control and Convergence. His Control theory research integrates issues from Electronics cooling, Heat transfer and Heat flux. The concepts of his Simulation study are interwoven with issues in Testbed, Assistive robot, Robot control and Robotic arm.
His studies deal with areas such as Robot, Robot end effector, Mobile robot and Mass flow as well as Control theory. His Temperature control research also works with subjects such as
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The attitude control problem
J.T.-Y. Wen;K. Kreutz-Delgado.
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control (1991)
Galerkin approximations of the generalized Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman equation
Randal W. Beard;George N. Saridis;John T. Wen.
A unifying passivity framework for network flow control
J.T. Wen;M. Arcak.
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control (2004)
Attitude control without angular velocity measurement: a passivity approach
F. Lizarralde;J.T. Wen.
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control (1996)
Preisach modeling of piezoceramic and shape memory alloy hysteresis
Declan Hughes;John T Wen.
Smart Materials and Structures (1997)
Robust attitude stabilization of spacecraft using nonlinear quaternion feedback
S.M. Joshi;A.G. Kelkar;J.T.-Y. Wen.
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control (1995)
Robotic system, docking station, and surgical tool for collaborative control in minimally invasive surgery
Christopher J. Bernard;Hyosig Kang;Barton L. Sachs;Sunil K. Singh.
Time domain and frequency domain conditions for strict positive realness
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control (1988)
Cooperative Control Design: A Systematic, Passivity-Based Approach
He Bai;Murat Arcak;John T. Wen.
Trajectory tracking control of a car-trailer system
A.W. Divelbiss;J.T. Wen.
IEEE Transactions on Control Systems and Technology (1997)
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