Shalabh Gupta, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering
Dr. Gupta’s research is focused on the science of autonomy with emphasis on two key areas: Data Analytics and Networked-Intelligent systems. Application examples include complex human-engineered systems such as a network of unmanned vehicles, distributed sensor networks, power grids, aircraft control systems, hybrid vehicles, etc. Some key research areas include autonomous machine perception, information fusion, distributed learning, adaptive decision & control in presence of uncertainties, cooperative tasking and adaptive navigation of unmanned vehicles, intelligent sensor networks for Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance (ISR) operations, and fault diagnosis & prognosis in networked-control systems. In essence, the research is centered on the essential characteristic of cyber-physical systems that links the domain of underlying system dynamics with the domain of information & control.