Kyriakos G. Vamvoudakis - Teaching Experience

Invited Keynote Lecturer NATO Advanced Study Institute (ASI), Advanced Autonomous Vehicle Design for Severe Environments, Coventry University, United Kingdom, Summer 2014 (The ASI targets novel/future areas of research in vehicle dynamics and design)

  • Lecture 1: Past, Present and Future of Control Theory Applied to Autonomous Vehicles/Agents.

  • Lecture 2: Terrorist Threats that can Agilely Deviate and Relocate the Vehicle from its Original Trajectory Path.

  • Lecture 3: New Methods and Techniques in On-Line Optimization-Based Feedback Control.

Instructor Department of Professional Development, Coventry University, United Kingdom, Summer 2014

  • Professional Course: Neuro-Adaptive Control: A Tutorial and Applications. This is a course for practicing engineers from industry to assist them with vehicle dynamics, control and design.

Instructor Department of Electrical Engineering, The University of Texas at Arlington, (2011-2012)

  • Graduate Course: Linear Systems Engineering. This is the main graduate introductory course on linear system theory. Student evaluation (out of 5): 4.7.

Teaching Associate and Lecturer Department of Electrical Engineering, The University of Texas at Arlington, (2007-2011)