Galip Ulsoy has over 40 years of experience in the dynamic modeling, analysis, and control of mechanical systems. Particular areas of emphasis are in axially translating or rotating elastic systems, computer control systems, and adaptive control; as well as applications in manufacturing systems (e.g., robotics, turning, milling, drilling, sawing), and automotive systems (e.g., accessory belt drives, active suspensions, vehicle lateral control).
Galip Ulsoy's research activities span the full range from basic to applied engineering research, and employ analytical, experimental, and numerical methods. For more information about past and current research projects please see the links for publications and presentations, or visit the home pages of current and former doctoral students and postdoctoral research associates, or visit the photo gallery or Ulsoy's YouTube channel (videos).
Last updated on 23 October 2017 by A. Galip Ulsoy (firstname.lastname@example.org).