Matthias Kawski
School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences
Arizona State University

Conferences and invited talks

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Hyperlinks to conference home-pages and official abstracts are provided where available.
For refereed conference papers see the list of publications.

1985-87, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001,
2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013. 2014. 2015. 2016. 2017.
Colloquia until 2000, until 2005 since 2006

1985-1987

1. Nilpotent Lie algebras of vector fields,
24th IEEE CDC (Conference Decision Control),
Ft. Lauderdale FL, December 1985. (Invited)

2. A new necessary condition for local controllability,
Conference on Differential Geometry,
San Antonio TX, April 1986. (Contributed)

3. High order local controllability,
NSF-Workshop on Controllability and Optimality,
Rutgers University, May 1987. (also Co-Organizer)

4. Control variations and local controllability,
MTNS 87 (Symposium Mathematical Theory Networks and Systems),
Phoenix AZ, June 1987. (Invited)

5. High order phenomena in local controllability,
3rd Southwest Symposium on Systems and Control,
Tempe, December 1987. (Invited)
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1988

6. Stabilization of nonlinear systems in the plane,
Conference "30 years of Modern Control",
University of Rhode Island, June 1988. (Invited)

7. An angular open mapping theorem,
INRIA 8th Conference Analysis and Optimization of Systems,
Antibes, France, June 1988. (Contributed)

8. Stabilizing nonlinear systems using Hoelder continuous feedback laws,
Colloque International Automatique Non Lineaire,
Nantes, France, June 1988. (Invited)

9. Singular systems, dilations, and stabilizability,
1st Conference on Computation and Control,
Bozeman MT, August 1988. (Invited)

10. Stabilizability and nilpotent approximations,
27th IEEE CDC (Conference Decision Control),
Austin TX, December 1988. (Invited)

11. Using nonlinearities to obtain stability,
27th IEEE CDC (Conference Decision Control),
Austin TX, December 1988. (Invited)
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1989

12. Continuous feedback laws in dimension three,
and: Organizer of minisymposium: Advances in Lie theoretic methods;
SIAM Conference "Control in the Nineties", San Francisco, May 1989. (Invited)

13. The complexity of deciding controllability,
MTNS 89 (Symposium Mathematical Theory Networks and Systems),
Amsterdam June 1989. (Contributed last minute result)

14. Homogeneous stabilizing feedback law,
28th IEEE CDC (Conference Decision Control),
Tampa, FL, December 1989. (Invited)
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1990

15. Families of Dilations and Asymptotic Stability,
Conference on Analysis of Controlled Dynamical Systems,
Universite Claude Bernard Lyon 1, France, July 1990. (Invited)

16. Continuous stabilizing feedback laws,
Joint Conference on New Trends in Systems Theory,
Universita di Genoa and Ohio State University, Genova, Italy, July 1990. (Invited)

17. Homogeneous feedback stabilization and applications to nonlinear adaptive control,
2nd Conference on Computation and Control,
Bozeman, Montana, August 1990. (Invited)
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1991

18. Asymptotic Feedback Stabilization,
97th AMS Annual Meeting,
San Francisco, January 1991. (Invited)

19. Practical Computation of accessibility, controllability, and nilpotent approximations,
European Conference on Algebraic Computations in Control,
Paris, France, March 1991. (Contributed)

20. missing title
NSF-CMBS Conference on New Trends in Nonlinear Control Theory,
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, May 1991. (Invited)

21a. Feedback stabilization, homogeneity, and nonlinear dynamics on spheres and SO(3),
MTNS 91 (Symposium Mathematical Theory Networks and Systems),
Kobe, Japan, June 1991. (Invited)

21b. High order conditions for local controllability in practice,
MTNS 91 (Symposium Mathematical Theory Networks and Systems),
Kobe, Japan, June 1991. (Invited)

22. The combinatorics of free nilpotent systems,
Workshop on Nonlinear Control Theory,
Center for Nonlinear Studies, Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico, July 1991. (Invited)

23. Nonlinear Realizations of Nilpotent Lie Algebras,
Workshop on Nonlinear Control of Articulated Flexible Structures,
University of California at Santa Barbara, October 1991. (Contributed)
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1992

24. Properties of free Lie algebras and control systems,
NSF Workshop on Nonlinear Control,
Washington University, St. Louis, May 1992. (Invited)

25. Combinatorics on words and geometry of control systems,
Workshop on Geometric Variational Problems and Optimal Control,
The Fields Institute, Waterloo, Ontario, June 1992. (Invited)

26. Combinatorics of realizations of nilpotent control systems,
IFAC NOLCOS (Nonlinear Control Systems Design Symposium),
Bordeaux, France, June 1992. (Invited)

27. Is controllability finitely determined?,
SIAM Conference on Control,
Minneapolis, Minnesota, September 1992. (Contributed)
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1993

28. missing title,
Workshop on Nonsmooth Analysis and Geometric Methods in Deterministic Optimal Control,
IMA (Institute for Mathematics and its Applications),
Minneapolis, February 1993. (Invited)

29. Nonlinear Controllability and Chronological products: Algebra and Applications to Control,
Workshop on Geometric Methods in Control Theory,
Banach Institute, Warsaw, Poland; June 1993. (Invited)

30. Chronological products and the path planning problem,
IMACS Symposium on Symbolic Computing,
Lille, France, June 1993. (Invited)

31. Calculus reform,
aatm (Arizona Association of Teachers of Mathematics),
Phoenix, September 1993. (Invited)
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1994

32. Using MAPLE in multi-variable calculus,
MAA - AZMATYC Joint spring meeting,
Glendale, AZ, April 1994. (Invited)

33. Just taking a different point of view,
Conference on the Teaching of Calculus,
Ann Arbor, MI, June 1994 (Contributed).

34. High order conditions for optimality,
SIAM Annual meeting,
San Diego, CA, June 1994. (Invited)

35. Chronological algebras and nonlinear control,
Asian Control Conference,
Tokyo, Japan, July 1994. (Invited).

36. High order conditions for optimality,
33rd IEEE CDC (Conference Decision Control),
Orlando FL, December 1994. (Invited).
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1995

37. Chronological Products: Combinatorics and Control,
(also: Conference Organizing Committee, and Organizer of Minisymposium)
SIAM Conference Control,
St. Louis, MO, April 1995.

38. Almost-chattering of time-optimal controls,
SIAM Conference on Dynamical Systems,
Snowbird, UT, May 1995. (Invited).

39. 3D-graphics for double and triple integrals, (with S. Holland, contributed), (postscript)
and Differential Equations (invited panelist) ,
Conference on the Teaching of Mathematics,
San Jose, CA, June 1995.

40. Geometric Homogeneity and Applications to Stabilization,
IFAC NOLCOS (Nonlinear Control Systems Symposium),
Lake Tahoe, CA, June 95. (Contributed).

41. An introduction to practical MAPLE 3D-graphics,
CoMaTh (Conference on Maple and Theorist),
Stockton, CA, August 95.
(Three invited one-hour workshops, with S. Holland), ( postscript, MAPLE)

42. Hierarchical Control of Re-entrant Semiconductor Fabrication Lines,
(with A.A. Rodriguez, D. Riviera, and K. Tsakalis)
Workshop on Semiconductor Manufacturing Control and Optimization,
Tempe, Oct. 1995.

43. Set-up times lead to a conflict between objectives,
INFORMS 95 (Institute for Operations Research and Management Science),
New Orleans, October 1995.

44. More 3D-views: Stabilizing the inverted pendulum and more,
8th ICTCM, (Int. Conf. Techn. in Coll. Mathematics),
Houston, November 1995.
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1996

45. Highly oscillatory variations in optimal control,
South-West Workshop on Dynamical Systems,
Tucson, March 1996. (Invited).

46. Vector Calculus via Linearization,
MAA - AZMATYC Joint Spring Meeting,
Flagstaff, April 1996.

47. Organizer: NSF-Symposium on Implementing Reform in Math and the Sciences,
Scottsdale, June 1996.

48. Vector Calculus via Linearizations,
5th Conference on the Teaching of Mathematics,
Baltimore, June 1996. (Contributed).

49. Highly oscillatory variations in optimal control,
MTNS 96 (Symposium Mathematical Theory Networks and Systems),
St. Louis, June 1996. (Invited).

50. Control into the first Differential equations course!,
and Organizer of minisymposium: The new sophomore differential equations courses,
SIAM Annual meeting,
Kansas City, July 1996.

51. Vector Calculus via Linearizations
9th ICTCM, (Int. Conf. Techn. in Coll. Mathematics),
Reno, NV, November 1996. ( .ppt)
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1997

52. The Foundation Coalition's Integrated Curriculum at ASU,
MAA regional meeting
Grants, NM, April 1997. (Contributed).

53. Combinatorics and Controlled Dynamical Systems,
Southwest Dynamical Systems Conference,
Denton, TX, April 1997. (Invited).

54. Modelling and control of re-entrant semiconductor manufacturing facilities: A hierarchical approach,
American Control Conference, (presented by El Adl, Flores-Godoy, Rodriguez)
Albuquerque, NM, June 1997. (session).

55. Computer Visualization and Vector Calculus,
2nd Asian Technology Conference in Mathematics
Penang, Malaysia June 1997. (Contributed) ( postscript, electronic Proceedings )

56. Chronological algebras, Chen series and product expansions,
AMS Summer Research Institute Differential Geometry and Control,
Boulder, CO, July 1997. (Invited).

57. Regularity of optimal controls and bifurcations,
18th IFIP Conf. System Modelling and Optimization
Detroit, MI, July 1997. (Invited). ( abstract).

58. Computer algebra systems in vector calculus: A radically new approach based on visualization,
4th Int. Symp. on DERIVE and the TI-92,
Kungsbacka, Sweden, August, 1997. ( .ppt)

59. How CAS and visualization lead to a complete rethinking of an introduction to vector calculus,
3rd Intl. Conf. Techn. in Math.Teaching,
Koblenz, Germany, Sept. 1997. (Proceedings, postscript, slides)

60. Vector calculus via linearizations (Invited) ( slides)
and An interactive JAVA microscope to visualize divergence and curl via zooming (contributed, with S. Holland)
10th ICTCM, (Int. Conf. Techn. in Coll. Mathematics),
Chicago, IL, November 1997.
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1998

61. Chronological algebras and geometric foundations
Institut Henri Poincare,
Paris, France, January 1998. (Invited) ( abstract).

62. Algebraic foundations of noncommuting flows
NODEM 98 (Workshop on Numerical Solution of ODEs on Manifolds),
Tempe, April 1998. (Invited) ( abstract).

63. (with S.Holland) Interactive visualization reconnects a compartmentalized curriculum,
NSF regional workshop: Shaping the Future of SMET Education,
Lincoln, NE, May 1998. (Poster).

64. Space-age projects for an integrated vector calculus,
7th Conference on the Teaching of Mathematics,
Samos, Greece, July 1998. (Contributed)

65. Optimal controls for nilpotent systems,
MTNS 98 (Symposium Mathematical Theory Networks and Systems),
Padova, Italy, July 1998. (Invited). ( abstract).

66. Performance limitations of discrete re-entrant systems with set-ups,
MTNS 98 (Symposium Mathematical Theory Networks and Systems),
Padova, Italy, July 1998. (Invited). ( abstract).

67. An interative JAVA-scope for vectorfields,
MAA Mathfest,
Toronto, July 1998. (Contributed)

68. Technology in the Classroom.
Foundation Coalition Conference,
Colorado Springs, August 1998. (Invited workshop).

69. missing title
Int. Conf. dedicated to the 90th Ann. of Pontryagin,
Moscow, Russia, August 1998. (Invited)

70. The role of a visual language in re-connecting a compartmentalized curriculum,
3rd Ann. Conf. Research in Undergrad. Math. Educ.
South Bend IN, Sept. 1998. (Contributed).

71. The Balance - A moving target: Experiences from 5 years of integrated courses in Engineering,
AMS Meeting 938
Tucson AZ, November 1998. (Invited) ( ppt-slides, 4MB)

72. missing title
11th ICTCM, (Int. Conf. Techn. in Coll. Mathematics),
New Orleans, November 1998. (Invited)
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1999

73. A visual integration of vector calculus and differential equations
4th Int.Conf.Techn.Math.Teaching
Plymouth, UK, August 1999. (Invited) (HTML/GIF)

74. missing title
12th ICTCM, (Int. Conf. Techn. in Coll. Mathematics),
San Francisco, November 1999. (Invited)

75. Controllability via chronological calculus,
38th IEEE CDC (Conference Decision Control),
Phoenix, December 1999. (Invited)
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2000

76. An interactive JAVA vector field analyzer,
ICSEE (Internat. Conf. Multimedia and Simulation in Engineering Education)
San Diego, January 2000. (Contributed).

77. Interactive JAVA for flows and the curl,
MAA regional meeting
Tempe, AZ, April 2000. (Contributed).

78. A new era of interactive visualization
AMS Scand 2000 (1st AMS-Scandinavian Joint Mtg. / XXIII Scandinavian Congress of Math), (.pdf)
Odense, Denmark, June 2000. (Invited 1-hour keynote)

79. Compositions of nonlinear systems
MTNS 2000 (Symposium Mathematical Theory Networks and Systems),
Perpignan, France, June 2000.

80. Comparison of the log of the Chen series and exponential product expansions
Workshop Mathematical Control Theory and Robotics, (SISSA)
Trieste, Italy, June 2000. (Invited)

81. Coordinates of the first kind and controllability
Conference on Geometric Control Theory and Applications,
Mexico City, September 2000. (Invited)

82. Vector calculus via linearization: visualization and modern applications,
13th ICTCM, (Int. Conf. Techn. in Coll. Mathematics),
Atlanta, November 2000.

83. Calculus of nonlinear interconnections with applications
39th IEEE CDC (Conference Decision Control)
Sydney, Australia, December 2000. (Invited)

84. Interactive visualization across the curriculum,
5th atcm (Asian Technology Conference Math)
Chiang Mai, Thailand, December 2000. (Invited plenary lecture) (Return to the top)

2001

85. JAVA interactive visualization,
AMS/MAA Joint Annual Meeting, New Orleans, January 2001. (Contributed)

86. High order conditions for optimality and high order approximating cones using
a geometric language
, AMS Spring Central Section Meeting ,
Lawrence, KS, March 2001. (Invited)

87. A central role for interactive visualization in advanced courses
delta 01, (3rd Southern Hemisphere Symp Undergrad Math Teaching)
Krueger National Park, South Africa, July 2001. (Invited plenary lecture).

88. High-order approximating cones - a geometric view,
5th SIAM Conference on Control and Applications
San Diego, July 2001. (Invited)

89. The combinatorics of Nonlinear Controllability and noncommuting flows,
Summer School Mathematical Control Theory at Abdus Salam Internat.Centre for Theoret.Phys.,
Trieste, Italy, September 2001. (Four invited 75-min lectures).

90. Model software tools for inquiry based learning,
6th Asian Technology Conference Mathematics,
Melbourne, Australia, December 2001. (Invited plenary lecture).
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2002

91. Interactive visualization in complex analysis,
2nd Internat. Conf. Math Teaching, Crete, Greece , July 2002. (Contributed). (.pdf)

92. Nilpotent bases of distribution, (with H. Hermes), and
MTNS 2002, U of Notre Dame Indiana, August 2002. 93. Bases for Lie algebras and a continuous CBH formula,
MTNS 2002, U of Notre Dame Indiana, August 2002.

94. On high-order maximum principles,
Symp. New Trends Nonlinear Dynamics and Control and their Applications,
Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA, October 2002.

95. Lack of convexity for tangent cones of needle variations (with Rosa-Maria Bianchini),
41th IEEE CDC (Conf. Decision and Control) Las Vegas, December 2002. (Contributed).
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2003

96. Nonconvex needle variations,
Louisana Conference on Mathematical Control Theory,
Baton Rouge, LA, April 2003. (Invited)

97. Visualizing Agrache's curvature of optimal control,
Workshop on Geometry in Nonlinear Control, Banach Center, Bedlevo, Poland. June 2003. (Invited)

98. CAS or MATLAB in first year collegiate math?,
ICTME 2 Int. Conf. Trends in Math. Education, Beirut, Lebanon. June 2003. (Contributed)

99. Optimal Inventory Policies for a Supply Chain, (presented by Eric Gehrig),
SIAM Conf. on Math in Industry, Toronto. October 2003. (Contributed)

100. Optimal control of supply chains with variable product mixes, (with Eric Gehrig),
INFORMS. Atlanta. October 2003. (Contributed)

101. Functions and Operators in MAPLE and in MATLAB
delta 03, (4th Southern Hemisphere Symposium on Undergraduate Mathematics Teaching)
Queenstown. New Zealand. November 2003. (Contributed)

102. Curvature for Everyone
8th Asian Technology Conference Mathematics,
Hsin-Chu, Taiwan, December 2003. (Invited plenary lecture).
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2004

103. AMS-MAA Joint meetings co-organizer of MAA panel:
Voices of the partner disciplines: Building on the MAA curriculum foundations project.
Phoenix, Jan 2004.

104. (no formal talk) Fondazione C.I.M.E. Nonlinear and Optimal Control Theory,
Cetraro, Italy, June 2004.

105. Combinatorics and Geometry for Nonlinear Control.
1st Control Training Site Workshop, Istituto de Sistemas e Robotica.
Coimbra, Portugal, July 2004. (Invited Plenary)

106. Calculus of Vector Fields using JAVA
II Bienal da Sociedade Brasileira de Matemática,
Universidade Federal da Bahia, San Salvador, Brazil, October 2004. (Invited)

107. Computer Álgebra for Visualizing Curvature
II Bienal da Sociedade Brasileira de Matemática,
Universidade Federal da Bahia, San Salvador, Brazil, October 2004. (Invited)
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2005

108. (with Tevian Dray) Visualizing Vector Derivatives: The Vector Field Analyzer
AMS-MAA Annual Joint Meetings
Atlanta, Georgia, January 2005. (Contributed).

109. Geometry and Algebra of Noncommuting Flows,
Los Alamos Days - Arizona,
Tucson, Arizona, January 2005. (Invited).

110. On Agrachev's curvature of optimal control,
AMS Regional meeting
Lubbock, Texas, April 2005. (Invited).

111. Combinatorics and algebra of series expansions in nonlinear control,
9th Int. Conf. Stability, Control & Rigid Bodies Dynamics
Donetsk (Melekyne), Ukraine, September 2005. (Invited plenary).

112. Functions: Looking ahead beyond calculus (.ppt, proceedings)),
delta05, 5th Southern Hemisphere Symposium on Undergraduate Mathematics Teaching,
Fraser Island, Australia, November 2005. (Contributed).
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2006

113. And where do the definitions and theorems come from?
9thAnnual Legacy of R. L. Moore Conference
Austin, TX, May 2006. (Contributed).

114. Symmetries in Feedback Stabilization: Combining Dilations with the Hopf Map
Geometric Control and Nonsmooth Analysis (Hermes & Rockafellar)
Rome, Italy, June 2006. (Invited).

115. Using bases to simplify asymptotic expansions (w/ Amit Sanyal)
3rd IFAC Workshop on Lagrangian and Hamiltonian Methods for Nonlinear Control
Nagoya, Japan, July 2006. (Contributed).

116. On the problem whether controllability is finitely determined
MTNS 2006,
Kyoto, Japan, July 2006. (Contributed).

117. Zermelo's Navigation Problem: Optimal Control, Geometry, and Computer Algebra
11th Asian Tech in Math Conf
Hongkong, China, December 2006. (Invited plenary).

118. Computer Algebra and Dynamic Geometry
11th Asian Tech in Math Conf
Hongkong, China, December 2006. (Invited panel).
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2007

119. Continuous stabilization of low-dimensional nonlinear systems
Dayawansa memorial conference, Lubbock, TX, April 2007. (Invited)

120. Curvature of optimal control: Deformation of classical planar systems
CT 07 SIAM Conference on Control Theory and its Applications, CP11
San Francisco, June 2007. (Contributed).

120.a. Bases for the Shuffle Algebra (presented by E. Gehrig)
CT 07 SIAM Conference on Control Theory and its Applications, CP3
San Francisco, June 2007. (Contributed).

121. Curvature of optimal control: Deformation of classical planar systems (with P. Maxwell)
23rd IFIP Conference on System Modelling and Optimization
Cracow, Poland, July 2007. (Invited)

122. Simplifying series expressions in optimal control
American Math. Society Joint Internat. Meeting with the Polish Math. Society
Warsaw, Poland, August 2007. (Invited)

123. Teaching university mathematics and coaching youth soccer: problem solving
delta 07, 6th Southern Hemisphere Symposium on Undergraduate Mathematics Teaching,
El Calafate, Argentina, November 2007. (Contributed).

124. Dynamic visualization in advanced undergraduate courses
delta 07, 6th Southern Hemisphere Symposium on Undergraduate Mathematics Teaching,
El Calafate, Argentina, November 2007. (Contributed).

125. Chronological calculus and nonlinear feedback loops
American Math. Society Joint Internat. Meeting with the NewZealand Math. Society
Wellington, New Zealand, December 2007. (Invited)

126. Interactive visualization in advanced university mathematics
American Math. Society Joint Internat. Meeting with the NewZealand Math. Society
Wellington, New Zealand, December 2007. (Contributed)

127. Modeling oxygen uptake dynamics during exercise (study group)
Workshop Applic. Math to Biomedical Problems
Dunedin, New Zealand, December 2007. (Invited)
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2008

128. Hopf algebra structures in nonlinear control systems
American Math. Society SouthWest Regional Mtg
Claremont, CA, May 2008. (Contributed)

129. A Hopf-Algebraic Formula for Compositions of Noncommuting Flows (with Eric Gehrig),
47th IEEE CDC (Conf. Decision and Control)
Cancun, Mexico, December 2008. (Invited).

130. From f(x) to xf: Using technology to promote advanced modern mathematical thinking
13th Asian Tech in Math Conf
Bangkok, Thailand, December 2008. (Invited).
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2009

131. Applications of Hopf Algebras and Chronological Calculus to Controllability
7th Int. Conf. Large-Scale Scient. Computations,
Sozopol, Bulgaria, June 2009. (Invited).

132. Control interpretations of the two convolution products in the Hopf algebra
SIAM Conf. Control and Applics
Denver, Colorado, July 2009.

132.a. (organizer) Minisymposium: Algebraic Tools for Nonlinear Control
SIAM Conf. Control and Applics
Denver, Colorado, July 2009.

133. Control interpretations of the two convolution products in the Hopf algebra
48th IEEE CDC (Conf. Decision and Control),
Shanghai, China, December 2009. (Contributed).

134.a. Elementary Partial Differential Equations with CAS technology
14th atcm Asian Technology Conference Mathematics,
Beijing, China, December 2009. (Invited).

134.b. Interactive visualization tools for div, curl, Stokes theorem and differential equations
14th atcm Asian Technology Conference Mathematics,
Beijing, China, December 2009. (Computer workshop).
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2010

135. (co-organizer) Circle on the Road, Tempe, AZ, March 2010

136. Adapted bases in geometric control
Trimester Combinatorics and Control: Workshop
Madrid, April 2010

137. Combinatorial Aspects in Control
Trimester Combinatorics and Control: School (8 hours).
Benasque, Spain, April 2010

138. Combinatorics in control and the role of nilpotency (and co-organizer)
Trimester Combinatorics and Control Conference
Miraflores, Spain, June 2010

139. Algebra and the geometry of nonlinear control systems
Workshop in Celebration of the Life, Mathematics and Memories of Christopher I. Byrnes
Lubbock, TX, September 2011

140. The role of problem solving and discovery in the undergraduate curriculum
aatm (Arizona Assoc. of Teachers of Mathematics) Fall Conference
Tempe, AZ, October 2010
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2011

141. Tiling and induction" (and co-organizer)
Circle on the Road II, Houston TX, March 2011

142. Challenges in applications and education (panelist)
DIMACS Workshop Perspectives & Future Directions Systems & Control Theory (SontagFest 2011)
Rutgers University, NJ, May 2011.

143. Chronological Calculus and Hopf Algebras in Control (and co-organizer of 2 minisymposia)
7th Internat. Congress Industrial & Applied Mathematics (ICIAM 2011)
Vancouver, BC, July 2011.

144. (Organizer) Rough Paths and Combinatorics in Control Theory (RPCCT2011)
La Jolla, CA, July 2011.

145. Math Circles: Doing math after school because it is fun
aatm (Arizona Assoc. of Teachers of Mathematics) Fall Conference
Tempe, AZ, October 2011

146. Math Circles: Innovative Communities for Doing Mathematics
8th Southern Hemisphere Symposium on Undergraduate Mathematics Teaching,
Rotorua, New Zealand, November 2011.

147. Geometry and algebra of noncommuting flows
The Work of Peter Crouch workshop at the 50th IEEE Conf. Decision & Control and European Control Conf.
Orlando, FL, December 2011.
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2012

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Circle on Road / JRMF at Smithsonian missing
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147. Optimal control of re-entrant manufacturing systems
14th Internat. Conf. Theory, Numerics & Applications of Hyperbolic Problems (HYP2012)
Universita di Padova, June 2012. (Contributed).

148. Derivative or derivation?
12th Internat. Congress Mathematical Education (ICME 12)
CEOX, South Korea, July 2012 (Invited Regular Lecture)

149. (Co-organizer and participant)
Workshop on Stochastic Systems Simulation and Control (SSSC 2012)
ICMAT, Madrid, Spain, November 2012.
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2013

150. Control and Mathematics Curricula
IFAC ACE 10th IFAC Symposium on Advances in Control Education
Sheffield, UK, August 2013. (Invited Plenary)

151. Control and interactive visualization in DE courses
AMS Western Fall Sectional Meeting.
Riverside, UK, Nov 2013. (Invited)
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2014

152. Hopf algebras and linear functionals in nonlinear control,
(special session: Linear Operators in Representation Theory and in Applications)
AMS 2014 Spring Central Sectional Meeting,
Lubbock, TX, April 2014. (Invited).

153. IBL experiments in the MathCircle at ASU Tempe, (presentation on youtube)
17th Annual Legacy of R.L. Moore - IBL Conference,
Denver, CO, June 2014. (Contributed).

154. Approximating subRiemannian Geodesics by highly oscillatory controls,
Workshop Nonholonomic Mechanics and Geometric Optimal Controli,
(within: Trimester on Geometry, Analysis and Dynamics on sub-Riemannian manifolds)
Institute Henri Poincare, Paris, Nov 2014. (Invited).

155. Minimal Complexity Sinusoidal Controls for Path Planning
53rd IEEE Conf. Decision & Control
Los Angeles, CA, December 2014.
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2015

156. Iterated Integrals in Control and Feedback Transformations,
(special session:
Iterated Integrals and Applications
AMS 2015 Spring Eastern Sectional Meeting,
Washington, DC, March 2015. (Invited).

157. Workshop on Stochastic Systems Simulation and Control (SSSC 2015)
Edinburgh, Scotland, March 2015 (Invited).

158. Optimal Control of a Hyperbolic Conservation Law Modeling Highly Re-Entrant Manufacturing Systems,
SIAM Conf. Control & Applications (CT15)
Paris, France, July 2015 (Invited).

159. Homogeneity in Control: Geometry and Applications,
14th European Control Conference (ECC 2015)
Linz, Austria, July 2015. (Invited lead presentation).

160. Combinatorial Hopf Algebras in Nonlinear Control,
Banach Center Conference Nonlinear Control and Geometry
Bedlevo, Poland, August 2015. (Invited)

161. An interactive, dynamic, visual tool for div, curl, and Stokes' theorem,
Annual Meeting American Physical Society Four Corners Section
Tempe, AZ, October 2015. (Contributed).

162. Math Circle at ASU Tempe (with H. Kierstead),
(special session: Mathematicians and Outreach Programs)
AMS 2015 Fall Far Western Sectional Meeting,
Fullerton, CA, October 2015. (Invited).

2016

163. Algebraic foundations of nonlinear control and feedback transformations abstract.
(special session: Nonassociative Algebra)
AMS 2016 Fall Western Sectional Meeting,
Denver, CO, October 2016.

164. Technology: Inquiry based learning, inverse questions, and control (abstract)
22nd atcm Asian Technology Conference Mathematics,
Pattaya, Thailand, December 2016. (Invited Plenary)

2017

165. title to be determined Workshop Mathematical Control Theory (honor of Gianna Stefani)
Porquerolles, France, June 2017 (Invited).
166. title to be determined New Horizons on Optimal Control
Porto, Portugal July 2017 (Invited).


Upcoming

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Colloquia and other Invited Lectures

1. Nilpotent Approximations and Homogeneous Stabilizing Feedback,
Ecoles des Mines de Paris, Fontainebleau, France, June 1989.

2. 2. Continuous Stabilizing Feedback Laws,
Politeccnico di Torino, Instituto Matematico, Italy, June 1989.

3. Geometric Methods in Nonlinear Control Theory,
Dip.di Matematica "Ulisse Dini", Universita degli studi di Firenze (Italy) June 1989.

4. Continuous Feedback Stabilization of Nonlinear Control Systems,
Universite de Paris Sud, Laboratoire d'Analyse Numerique d'Orsay, France, June 1990.

5. Continuous Feedback Stabilization of Nonlinear Control Systems,
Centre National de Recherches Scientifiques, Laboratoire des Signaux et Systemes,
Ecole Superieure d'Electricite, Paris, France, July 1990.

6. Combinatorics and Geometry of Nonlinear Control Systems,
Portland State University, November 1991.

7. Necessary Conditions for Nonlinear Controllability,
Institute for Mathematics and its Applications (IMA), Minneapolis; January, 1993.

8. Calculus Reform,
Rutgers University, February 1994.

9. Geometric Homogeneity and Applications to Stabilization,
University of Groningen, The Netherlands, February 1995.

10. Geometric Homogeneity and Applications to Stabilization,
INRIA Lorraine, Universite de Metz, France, February 1995.

11. Chronological Products: Combinatorics and Nonlinear Control,
LABRI, Universite de Bordeaux, France, February 1995.

12. Chronological Products: Combinatorics and Nonlinear Control,
  Universite de Lille I, France, February 1995.

13. Chronological Products: Combinatorics and Nonlinear Control.,
(and additional presentation in Gelfand seminar: Chronological products),
Rutgers University, SYCON mini-workshop: May 1995.

14. Chronological Algebras,
  Universite de Lille I, France November 1995.

15. Geometric Homogeneity and Applications to Stabilization,
University of California at Los Angeles, November 1996.

16. Geometric Homogeneity and Applications to Stabilization,
California Institute of Technology, November 1996.

17. Geometry and Algebra of Noncommuting Flows,
University of Notre Dame, Sept. 1998.

18. Geometry and Algebra of Noncommuting Flows,
Texas Tech University, March 1999.

19. Nonlinear Control: From parallel parking to chronological algebras,
Harvey Mudd College, March 1999.

20. Integrating mathematics and engineering: Design as central theme,
University of Texas at El Paso, April 1999.

21. Vector Calculus via Linearization: Visualization and Modern Applications,
Michigan Technological University, December 1999.

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22. Technology in Vector Calculus,
Oregon State University, Corvallis, May 2001.

23. Interactive Visualization in Vector Calculus,
University of Pretoria (South Africa), June 2001.

24. Geometric Control: From parallel parking to chronological calculus,
University of Pretoria (South Africa), June 2001.

25. Interactive Visualization in Vector Calculus,
Venda University (South Africa), June 2001.

26. Technology in Vector Calculus -- zoom in to "see" the curl,
US Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, August 2001.

27. A continuous Campbell-Baker-Hausdorff formula,
Dip.di Matematica "Ulisse Dini", Universita degli studi di Firenze (Italy) October 2001.

28. JAVA for vector calculus,
Dip.di Matematica "Ulisse Dini", Universita degli studi di Firenze (Italy) October 2001.

29. Using JAVA to involve everybody in "doing" mathematics,
Math.Education Research Centre, University of Warwick (United Kingdom), October 2001.

30. Using JAVA to involve everybody in "doing" mathematics,
Centre for Math. Education, Open University, Milton Keynes, (United Kingdom), October 2001.

31. JAVA -- Experimentation and discovery for everyone,
University of Maryland, Baltimore County, November 2001.

32. Using JAVA to involve everybody in "doing" mathematics,
Brock University, St.Catherines, (Ontario, Canada), November 2001.

33. Using JAVA to involve everybody in "doing" mathematics,
McMaster University, Hamilton, (Ontario, Canada), November 2001.

34. Tools for highly nonlinear control systems,
Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science,
Case Western Reserve University Cleveland (Ohio), November 2001.

35. Geometry and Algebra of Noncommuting Flows,
Centre for Control Engineering and Computation, Univ. of California at Santa Barbara, November 2001.

36. Experimentation via interactive visualization,
Dept. of Mathematics and Computing,
University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba (Australia), December 2001.

37. The vector field analyzer II ( 2-day workshop)
US Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, April 2002.

38. The role of technology in learning and doing mathematics ( presentation to Math-Club )
University of Kansas, Lawrence, September 2002.

39. Exploring Agrachev's curvature of optimal control,
Dip.di Matematica "Ulisse Dini", Universita degli studi di Firenze (Italy) June 2003.

40. Geometry, Algebra, and Combinatorics of Noncommuting Flows
Electrical Engineering, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, April 2004.

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41. Computing compositions of noncommuting flows: geometry and algebra
Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions at Universite Pierre et Marie Curie Paris VI, France, November 2008.

42. A conservation law modeling a highly re-entrant manufacturing system
colloquium, Penn State University, February 2012.

43.a. Tiling, parity, and induction
Mobile MathCircle, University of Southern Alabama, February 2013.

43.b. Geometric control theory: From parallel parking to Hopf algebras (colloquium)
Math colloquium, University of Southern Alabama, February 2013.

44. A Conservation Law Modeling a Highly Re-entrant Manufacturing System
Applied Math colloquium, University of Arizona, April 2013.

45. Noncommuting Flows and Combinatorial Hopf Algebra.
Seminar, Laboratoire des Sciences de l'Information et des Systems (LSIS),
Universite de Toulon, June 2013.

46.a,b. Tiling, parity, and induction, and Catalan numbers
Math Camp at Dine College, Tsaille, Navajo Nation, July 2013.

46.a,b. Tiling, parity, and induction,
Baa Hozho Math Festival at Dine College, Tsaille, Navajo Nation, April 2014.

47. Billiards
Math Camp at Dine College, Tsaille, Navajo Nation, July 2014.

48. High order iterated integrals: Combinatorics and path planning.
Seminar, Laboratoire des Sciences de l'Information et des Systems (LSIS),
Universite de Toulon, September 2015.


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