Embbeded Systems Lab
Dan Simon
Dr. Simon is a Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science. He received a PhD from Syracuse University, an MS from the University of Washington, and a BS from Arizona State University, all in Electrical Engineering. He spent 15 years in industry before coming to Cleveland State University in 1999. His work experience includes engineering contributions to the aerospace, automotive, agricultural, biomedical, process control, and software industries.His interests include control theory, signal processing, optimization, embedded systems and computer intelligence.
 
Human Motion & Control Lab
Antonie J. (Ton) van den Bogert
Dr. van den Bogert is a Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and also the Parker-Hannifin Endowed Chair in Human Motion and Control. He has previously been on the faculty at the University of Calgary (1993-1998) and the Cleveland Clinic (1998-2010). His academic degrees are from the University of Utrecht (Netherlands), including a BS/MS degree in Physics and Applied Mathematics, and a PhD degree in Veterinary Science for work on locomotion in horses. He has been honored an academy award for his contribution to motion capture. His interests include control of powered prosthetics and orthotics and prediction of human performance via computational modeling.
 
Mechanical Systems Control Lab
Hanz Richter
Dr. Richter is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. He received his doctorate and master's degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Oklahoma State University in 2001 and 1997, respectively. He received his bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú in Lima, in 1994. Prior to joining CSU, he spent two and a half years at the NASA John C. Stennis Space Center as a National Research Council Research Associate. His interests include applied nonlinear control, modeling and simulation of dynamic systems, ultra-precise motion control and mechatronics, mathematical control theory and control of thermofluid systems for aerospace applications.