Moura & Katopodes Chow win NSF Award on Airborne Wind Energy

Professors Scott Moura and Tina Katopodes Chow have won a collaborative research award from the National Science Foundation with Professor Chris Vermillion at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte (UNC).
The project is entitled "Multi-Scale, Multi-Rate Spatiotemporal Optimal Control with Application to Airborne Wind Energy Systems."

The project develops optimal control techniques for spatiotemporally varying dynamic networks, with special emphasis on the application to airborne wind energy systems.
"This project represents the type of exciting research that can be accomplished across Environmental Engineering, Energy Engineering, and Control Theory," says Moura.

Published 09/11/2017