Zhong-Ping   Jiang

Zhong-Ping Jiang

Professor

5 MetroTech Center, 2nd Floor

Journal Articles

  • Q. Li and Z.P. Jiang , "Global analysis of multi-agent systems based on Vicsek's model" Accepted by IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, April 2009.
  • H. Ito and Z. P. Jiang, "Necessary and sufficient small gain conditions for integral input-to-state stable systems: A Lyapunov perspective," IEEE Trans. Automatic Control as a Regular Paper, in press, 2009 
  • Y. Yang, Z. P. Jiang, B. Xu and D.W. Repperger, "Investigation of 2-D PSR and applications in nonlinear image processing" , J. Physics A: Math. Theor., 42 (2009) 145207 (9pp). 
  • I. Karafyllis, P. Pepe and Z.P. Jiang, "Global output stability for systems described by retarded functional differential equations: Lyapunov characterizations" European Journal of Control, vol. 14, no. 6, pp. 516-536, Nov. 2008
  • I. Karafyllis, P. Pepe and Z.P. Jiang, "Input-to-output stability for systems described by retarded functional differential equations" European Journal of Control, vol. 14, no. 6, pp. 539-5

Education

Ecole des Mines de Paris, France, Class of 1993

Doctor of Philosophy, Automatic Control and Mathematics

University of Paris XI, Class of 1989

Master of Science, Statistics

University of Wuhan, Class of 1988

Bachelor of Science, Mathematics

Awards + Distinctions

  • Fellow of the IFAC (2013)
  • Fellow of the IEEE (2008)
  • Changjiang Chair Professorship at Beijing University (2008).
  • Best Theoretic Paper Award from the 2008 World Congress on Intelligent Control and Automation, Chongqin, June 2008.
  • Distinguished Overseas Chinese Scholar Award from the NSF of China (2007)
  • NSF CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation (2001). 
  • QEII (Queen Elizabeth II) Research Fellowship Award from the Australian Research Council (ARC, 1998).
  • Guest Professor at several leading universities in China, including Nankai University, Xiamen University, Wuhan University.
  • Othmer Junior Fellow (2002-2004)

Research Interests

  • Nonlinear Control Systems; Stability theory
  • Control of Underactuated Mechanical Systems and Ships
  • Analysis and Control of Communication Systems
  • Signal detection and image enhancement
  • Systems Neuroscience

General / Collaborative Research

Ongoing collaboration with NYU Courant and Medical School through two POLY and NYU Seed Grants. (NYU)

Grants

AFOSR contract through Ball Systems($119K in first year of 2009), ()
POLY and NYU Seed Grant entitled "Physiological Control Mechanism, ()
POLY and NYU Seed Grant entitled "Solutions to Complex Issues in , ()
STTR subcontract through a local private company, ()
Three NSF grants pending., ()