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Alumnus Sean Andersson (ECE Ph.D. 2003) has been promoted to associate professor with tenure at Boston University.

He directs the Andersson Lab, and is a faculty member of the Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Department of Systems Engineering. His research interests include systems and control theory with applications in scanning probe microscopy, dynamics in molecular systems, and robotics. Andersson received an NSF CAREER Award for ?Nonlinear Control for Single Molecule Tracking? in 2009.

At Maryland, Andersson was advised by Professor P. S. Krishnaprasad (ECE/ISR).



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