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The Intelligent Systems Center (ISC) performs basic and applied research in Artificial Intelligence as applied to engineered systems. This includes innovations in software, hardware, theory and policy, offering transformational impact to our most crucial challenges in manufacturing, energy, bioengineering, national security, social media, and trustworthy systems. We collaborate with industry, government, and other national and international research institutions. The Center is affiliated with national research centers such as: the Center for Aerospace Manufacturing Technologies, the NSF ERC for Future Renewable Electric Energy Delivery and Management Systems, and the NSF I/UCRC on Intelligent Maintenance Systems. The ISC is among the largest research enterprises on campus, and is rapidly growing its membership, increasing intellectual and demographic diversity.
April 28th, 8:00AM - 4:30PM: Join us for our Annual ISC Research Symposium!
Dr. Jag Sarangapani is currently a Rutledge-Emerson Distinguished Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Site Director for the NSF Industry/University Cooperative Research Center on Intelligent Maintenance Systems with a joint appoinment with the Departments of Computer Science and Systems Engineering. He has graduated over 26 doctoral and 30 M.S thesis students and many of his doctoral students are faculty around the world with two of them receiving NSF Career awards in the US. He has coauthored 150 peer-reviewed journal articles mostly two authored papers with his students, over 255 IEEE conference articles, several book chapters, and six books. He holds 20 patents with several pending. His research interests include adaptive and neural network control, networked dynamic systems or cyber-physical systems, computer/communication/sensor networks, and control applications including diagnostics/prognostics, autonomous systems/robotics, and power systems. His received NSF Career Award in 2000, Caterpillar Research Excellence Award in 2001, Boeing Pride Achievement Award in 2007 and many others.
Dr. Sarangapani received multiple faculties and teaching excellence awards at Missouri S&T. He served as the IEEE associate editor for a number of IEEE Transactions and on organizing committees of IEEE conferences. He also served as the series co-editor of IET book series on Control. He is currently serving as the Associate Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics. He is a Fellow of the IEEE, IET (UK) and Measurement & Control (UK). His research is supported by NSF, AFOSR, ARL, Boeing, Caterpillar, and many others.