Professor Miroslav Krstic receives the Ragazzini Education Award

Krstic received the Ragazzini Award of the American Automatic Control Council. The award is named after John Ragazzini, dean of engineering at Columbia and New York Universities in the 1940s and 1950s, who was the doctoral advisor of the giants of control engineering like Rudolph Kalman, Lotfi Zadeh (Berkeley), Eliahu Jury (Berkeley), and Gene Franklin (Stanford). Krstic received the award at the American Control Conference in Seattle.

Monday, March 27, 2017