Dr. Michael S. Branicky, Sc.D., P.E.

Professor and Chair
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Dept.

Case Western Reserve University
10900 Euclid Ave., Glennan 321
Cleveland, OH 44106-7221 U.S.A.

Fax: +1-216-368-6888
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Office Hours: Contact my Assistant, Cynthia Hatcher, cdh [æt] case [daat] edu

Travel Schedule

National Science Foundation Director's Superior Accomplishment Award (June 2010)

For contributions to the Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) program

Top 1% Most Cited Authors in Computer Science (5397 of 790329, August 2006)

Winner, Best Video Award

2005 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation*

* For Insect-like Antennal Sensing for Climbing and Tunneling Behavior in a Biologically-inspired Mobile Robot [MPG, 30Mb],
  by William A. Lewinger, Cynthia M. Harley, Roy E. Ritzmann, Michael S. Branicky, and Roger D. Quinn

Click here or on the photo for the companion paper.

This work was also recently featured on Animal Planet's Buggin' with Ruud (aired 27 November 2005):
Video Clip: [MPG, 35Mb] | [MP4, 14Mb] (Whegs with antenna appears from about 5:30-6:30 in the clip)

Winner, Best Video Award

2002 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation*

* For Flexible Robotic Assembly for Power-Train Applications (FRAPA) [MPG, 33Mb],
  by R. Hebbar, S. Chhatpar, C. Birkhimer, M. Branicky, W. Newman, S. Charles,
  M. Stuart, R. Stoughton, A. Reimann, A. Korzhenyak, D. Kozlowski, D. Gravel.

PUBLICATIONS   Students' Theses

CVs and Related Documents:
Full CV   Teaching Statement   Research Statement   Service Statement
Bio Sketch   Brief CV   CS CV

Sampling-Based Planning, Control, and Verification of Hybrid Systems   (NSF Grant 0208919)
Networked Control Systems   (NSF Grant 0329910)
Neuromechanics   (NSF Grant 9972747)
Reconfigurable and Multifunctional Systems   (NSF Grant 0130773)
Learning   (NSF Grant 0218386)
Robots and Motion Planning

Current Course:
ENGR 131: Elementary Computer Programming
Other Courses:
EECS 391/491: Artificial Intelligence (Spring 2008)
ECES 381/409: Hybrid Systems / Discrete Event Systems (Spring 2008)
EECS 591: Advanced Artificial Intelligence (Fall 2006)
EECS 246: Signals and Systems (Fall 2004)
EECS 343: Theoretical Computer Science (Spring 2004)

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Created: 2001-08-06. Last Modified: 2011-08-02. © Michael S. Branicky