Center for Marine Autonomy and Robotics, Director
Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Professor
Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, 1999
M.S., Electrical Engineering, Virginia Tech, 1993
B.S., Computer Engineering, University of Massachusetts, 1991
NSF CAREER award
ONR Young Investigator Program award
Outstanding Assistant Professor, VT College of Engineering
2015 DSCD/ASME JDSMC Kalman Best Paper Award
SB Gibson, M Kepler, and DJ Stilwell, An analysis of simplifying model assumptions for autonomous underwater vehicles, IEEE/MTS Oceans, Charleston, SC, USA, 2018.
Bays, M. J., Shende, A., Stilwell, D.J., 2016, Multi-agent motion planning using Bayes risk, Robotics and Autonomous Systems, 86:1-12.
Lutz, C. C., Stilwell, D. J., 2016, Stability and disturbance attenuation for a switch Markov jump linear system, IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, 61(5):1413 - 1418; e-print: http://arxiv.org/abs/1411.5923.
Adaptive planning for improved search performance, Office of Naval Resarch
Small AUV Tows a Large Payload, Office of Naval Research, with Brizzolara, Paterson, and Neu
Agile Control for Inspection, Center for UAS (an NSF I/UCRC), with Moen, Woolsey, and Patil
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