Control and Computer Systems Research Group

General Information

Research fields of the Control and Computer Systems Research Group consists of analysis, design and implementation of systems in the fields of control, computer, implementation of systems in the fields of control, computer, robotics, and intelligent systems, as independent systems or in an integrated manner such as in embedded intelligent autonomous systems.

These systems have important roles in many areas of application, particularly when a set of required specification is determined to be reached, such as in the areas of industrial processes, transportation systems, systems with energy concern, infrastructure health monitoring, environmental conservation, defense and security systems, social media data analysis, and many others.

Current research activities in CCSRG include research and development of national electric vehicle, active noise and control, simulator technology, avionics and flight-control computer, ground, aerial, and underwater autonomous vehicles, predictive maintenance and structural health monitoring, machine perception and control, multi-agent systems and robotics, military and defense systems.

Top researches:

  1. MoLiNa (Mobil Listrik Nasional/National Electric Car) (2016 – 2020)
  2. Autonomous Underwater Glider (2016)
  3. Design Build Anoa Simulator Phase II (2016)
  4. Distributed Consensus on Humanoid Robot Group (2015)
  5. Data Logger System for Monitoring Communication Tower Status (2016)
  6. Traditional Dance Recognition (2016)
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