The mission of the center is to encourage and enhance collaboration between faculty and student researchers involved in intelligent systems, controls and signal processing in the College of Engineering and industry for the purpose of sharing knowledge, working on research problems of common interest, and researching, developing and implementing modern technologies. Activities include: GasDay™, used to predict almost 20 percent of the country’s natural gas consumption; system identification and control using artificial neural networks with applications to electric machines; development of a speech-processing database for Hughes Network Systems; and an industrial short course on adaptive controls for Eaton Corporation.
Director: Ron Brown, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering
Phone: (414) 288-3501
Fax: (414) 288-5579