VITA
DAVID S. GILLIAM

PERSONAL INFORMATION

Phone  (work ):   (806 ) 742 -2566

Citizenship:      U.S.A.


Marital Status:   Married

Email:            david.gilliam@ttu.edu
EDUCATION:
B.S.    Idaho  State University              1969

M.S.    Idaho  State University              1971

Ph.D.   University of Utah                   1977

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE:

21090910 -present   VPirsoifteinsgsoPrr,o Tfeexsassor,TeWcahshUinnigvteornsitUyniversity, St. Louis (Fall)

1993 -1994      Visiting Professor, University of Texas at Dallas

1992            Visiting Professor, Washington  University, St. Louis (Spring)

1989 -present   A ffiliate Professor, Washington University, St. Louis
1988            Visiting Associate Professor, Arizona State University

Summer   1986   Research  Consultant, Center  for Wave  Phenomena,   Colorado
                School of Mines

1985 -86        Visiting Associate Professor, Colorado School of Mines

Summer   1984   Research Associate, RADC,   Hanscom   AFB

1984 -1990      Associate Professor, Texas Tech University

1981 -82        Visiting Assistant Professor, Arizona State University
1978 -84        Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University

1977 -78        Lecturer, Texas Tech University

1976 -77        Associate Instructor, University of Utah

PUBLISHED RESEARCH

SPONSORED RESEARCH:

1.
A mathematical analysis of Thermography (with B. Mair) Texas Advanced Research Program, 6/1/88-8/31/90, $73,602.
2.
Inversion and observability of parabolic initial boundary value problems (with B. Mair and C. Martin), National Science Foundation, 8/1/89-7/31/90, $30,460.
3.
Inversion and observability of parabolic initial value problems, National Science Foundation, 6/1/90-6/31/91, $11,050.
4.
(consultant) Adaptive Stabilization of Nonlinear Systems, (PI C.I. Byrnes), AFOSR Grant, 1988-1990.
5.
(consultant) Nonlinear Control Systems, (PI C.I. Byrnes), AFOSR Grant, 1991-1994.
6.
(consultant) Nonlinear Control Systems, (PI C.I. Byrnes), AFOSR Grant, 1995-1998.
7.
(Co-PI) AFOSR DEPSCOR grant through Washington University $218,974.00, 6/94 – 5/97 (funded) (1 Month Summer Support).
8.
Boundary Feedback Design for Nonlinear Distributed Parameter Systems, Texas Advanced Research Program, 1/1/92-8/30/94, $45,000.
9.
A Computer Classroom–Laboratory NSF ILI Program, (with Lawrence Schovanec), 9/1/93-8/31/95, $104,000.00,
10.
(Co-PI) AFOSR EPSCOR grant through Washington University $218,974.00 6/94 – 5/97 (funded)
11.
Acquired approximately $70,000 in computer and video equipment and software for use at Texas Tech through DEPSCOR Grant at Washington University. This equipment includes

  $\bullet $ Silicon Graphics Indigo2 Extreme Graphics workstation

  $\bullet $ 96 Meg Ram, 1.2 GiG Hd, 4 GiG HD.

  $\bullet $ Sony SVO-9600 S-VHS Hi-Fi Video Recorder/Player

  $\bullet $ MacIntosh Centris 660 av, 24 meg Ram, CD, 17in Color Monitor, 230 Meg. HD.

  $\bullet $ HP Laser Jet 4 8 ppm printer

  $\bullet $ HP Deskjet 1200 ps color printer

12.
“Laboratory Visualization Enhancement Project,” Proposal to Project 2005 at Texas Tech University, $7,899.00 (Funded).
13.
Continued Funding: (Co-Principal Investigator) NSF SCREMS Grant for Beowulf Cluster, $ 100,000.00 (Funded)
14.
Continued Funding: (Senior Personnel) AFOSR Grant, “Nonlinear Control Systems,” (PI C.I. Byrnes), 12/97-11/00 (3/2 Months Summer Support and significant travel funds).
15.
(Co-Principal Investigator) NSF SCREMS Grant for Beowulf Cluster, $ 100,000.00 (Funded)
16.
(Co-Principal Investigator) Texas Advanced Research Program Grant entitled “A Mathematical Analysis of Tornado Dynamics,” $ 66,702.00, (with V.I. Shubov).
17.
Received a Supplemental ARP Grant for $8,000 for Coronado High Math Teacher Danny McNabb.
18.
NSF Instrumentation and Laboratory Improvement Program, “Technology Center for Teacher Preparation,” $98,000.00, (with Lawrence Schovanec and Gary Harris), (continued funding from Prior year).
19.
Continued Funding: (Senior Personnel) AFOSR Grant, “Nonlinear Control Systems,” (PI C.I. Byrnes), 12/00-11/03 (3/2 Months Summer Support and significant travel funds).
20.
Continued Funding: (Senior Personnel) AFOSR Grant, “Nonlinear Control Systems,” (PI C.I. Byrnes), 12/03-11/06 (3/2 Months Summer Support).
21.
Continued Funding: (Senior Personnel) AFOSR Grant, “Nonlinear Control Systems,” (PI C.I. Byrnes), 12/06-11/09 (3/2 Months Summer Support).

INVITED PRESENTATIONS 1989-Present

1.
Presented talk at the AMS National Meeting in San Antonio, TX January 2006.
2.
Presented talk at the ACC Conference in June 2006.
3.
Presented talk at the 46th IEEE CDC Conference, San Diego, CA in December 2006.
4.
Presented talk at the AMS Regional Meeting at Texas Tech University (2005).
5.
Presented talk at the Joint SIAM National/Control Theory and Applications Meeting (2005).
6.
Presented talk at the Workshop on Infinite-Dimensional Systems held in Waterloo, Canada (Partial support from the Fields Institute) (2005).
7.
Presented talk at the 43rd IEEE CDC at Pardise Island the Bahamas, December 2004.
8.
Chaired a special session at 43rd IEEE CDC Pardise Island the Bahamas, December 2004.
9.
Small-Scale Spatial Mollifiers with Application to Output Regulation for Distributed Parameter Systems, presented at the Mittag-Leffler Institut in Sweden, (2003).
10.
Nonequilibrium Output Regulation for Distributed Paramater Systems, Computation, Control and Biological Systems VIII Bozeman, MT (2003).
11.
Speaker in SIAM Student Symposium (2003), “Nonequilibrium output regulation.”
12.
Co-Organizer (with Joachim Rosenthal) of the 15th International Conference on the Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems. I was also the Publications Chair and produced the web and CDRom version of the Conference Proceedings of reviewed papers for the conference, 2002.
13.
Contributed Talk: “The regulator equations for retarded delay differential equations,” 41st IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Las Vegas, NV, December, 2002.
14.
Contributed Talk: “Modeling modal based sensors for oscillatory systems,” 41st IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Las Vegas, NV, December, 2002.
15.
Contributed Talk: “An Example of Output Regulation for a Distributed Parameter System with Infinite Dimensional Exosystem,” 15th International Conference on the Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems 2002.
16.
Speaker in SIAM Student Symposium 2002, “On Solution of the Regulator Equations.”
17.
Contributed Talk: “Examples of Output Regulation for Distributed Parameter Systems with Infinite Dimensional Exosystem,” 40th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Orlando Florida, December.
18.
Contributed Talk: “Examples of Regular Linear Systems Governed by Partial Differential Equations,” 40th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Orlando Florida, December.
19.
Speaker in SIAM Student Symposium, “Output Regularation and Regulator Equations.”
20.
(Invited Talk) “Recent Advances in Output Regulation for Distributed Parameter Systems,” at H.T. Banks 60th Birthday Symposium “Future Directions in Distibuted Parameter Control,” hosted North Carolina State University, Nov 5-8, 2000.
21.
(Invited Talk) “Output Regulation for Delay Differential Systems,” 7th Conference on Computation and Control, Bozeman, Montana Aug 1-4, 2000.
22.
(Invited Talk) “Output Regulation for Delay Differential Systems,” Interdisciplinary Center for Applied Mathematics, Virginia Tech & State University, Nov. 2000.
23.
(Invited Talk) “On the use of computational proofs for fluid dynamical problems,” Student Chapter SIAM TTU, October 6, 1999.
24.
(Invited Talk) “A comment on the use of computational proofs of non-uniqueness for fluid dynamical models,” NSF Workshop “Control of Fluids” at University of California, Dan Diego, May, 1999. All expenses for this trip were paid by the Nationl Science Foundation.
25.
(Invited Talk) “Recent Advances in Output Regulation for Distributed Parameter Systems,” at C.I. Byrnes 50th Birthday Symposium hosted by Department of Systems Science and Math, Washington University, St. Louis, Dec. 1, 1999.
26.
(Contributed Talk) “Example of Output Regulation for a System with Unbounded Inputs and Outputs,” 38th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Phoenix, AZ, Dec 7-10, 1999.
27.
(Contributed Talk) “Semiglobal Stabilization of a Boundary Controlled Viscous Burgers Equation,” 38th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Phoenix, AZ, Dec 7-10, 1999.
28.
(Speaker) “Output regulation for nonlinear distributed parameter systems,” International Conference on the Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems, Padova, Italy (July) 1998.
29.
(Invited Talk) “Output regulation for nonlinear distributed parameter systems,” 6th Conference on Computation and Control in Bozeman, Montana (August) 1998.
30.
(Invited Talk) “Control of Nonlinear Distributed Parameter Systems,” Student Chapter SIAM TTU (November), 1998.
31.
(Invited Talk) “Output regulation for regular linear distributed parameter systems,” Department of Systems Science and Math, Washington University, St. Louis, (March, 1998).
32.
(Invited Talk) “Output regulation for distributed parameter systems,” SIAM Conference on Systems and Control, Jacksonville, Florida (May) 1998.
33.
(Contributed Talk) “Conditions for Solvability of the Regulator Problem for Linear Distributed Parameter Systems,” Texas System Days, (November).
34.
(Contributed Talk) “Conditions for Solvability of the Regulator Problem for Linear Distributed Parameter Systems,” 37th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Tampa, FL.
35.
(Contributed Talk) “Zero Dynamics for Linear Distributed Parameter Systems,” 37th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Tampa, FL.
36.
Organizer and Chair of special session entitled “Applications of Numerical, Functional and Stochastic Methods to the Analysis of Data” for International Conference on the Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems, Padova, Italy (July) 1998.
37.
(Invited Talk) “Output Regulation of Linear Distributed Parameter Systems,” University of Padova, Italy, (November).
38.
Co-organizer and Chair of a special session on “Numerical methods in feedback control of Distributed Parameter Systems,” 36th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, San Diego, (December).
39.
“Output Regulation for Linear DPS,” (invited talk) Systems Science and Math, Washington University, St. Louis, (january 1996).
40.
“On the Dynamics of Boundary Controlled Nonlinear Distributed Parameter Systems,” (contributed talk) MTNS96, St. Louis, MO, July 1996.
41.
“On the Dynamics of Boundary Controlled Nonlinear Distributed Parameter Systems,” (invited talk) Fifth Conference on Computation and Control, Bozeman, MT, August 1996.
42.
“On Numerical Stationary Solutions for a Viscous Burgers’ Equation,” (invited talk) Fifth Conference on Computation and Control, Bozeman, MT, August 1996.
43.
“On the Dynamics of Boundary Controlled Nonlinear Distributed Parameter Systems,” (contributed talk) IFAC Nonlinear Control Systems Symposium, Tahoe City (May 1995).
44.
“Dynamics and Control of Hydrodynamic Systems,” (invited talk) SIAM Annual Meeting. Charlotte, North Carolina (Oct. 1995).
45.
“Maxwell’s equations in discontinuous dissipative media,” (invited talk) Department of Mathematics, North Carolina State University (Oct. 1995).
46.
“Well-posedness for controlled nonlinear damped membranes with fixed boundary,” (contributed talk) Conference on Decision and Control, (December 1995).
47.
“High gain limit for boundary controlled convective reaction diffusion equations,” (contributed talk) Conference on Decision and Control, (December 1995).
48.
“Turbulent Behavior for a Boundary Controlled Burger’s equation,” Invited lecture presented at the 33rd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, December, 1994.
49.
“Control of nonlinear distributed parameter systems,” Invited lecture presented at AFOSR research briefing held at Washington University in St. Louis, September, 1994.
50.
“The effect of viscousity on the steady state behavior of solutions to Burgers’ equation,” Invited lecture presented at the fourth Conference on Computation and Control held at Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana, Aug. 1994.
51.
“Structure stationary solutions and attractors for a controlled viscous Burgers’ equation,” Invited lecture presented at Texas Partial Differential Equations Conference at the University of Texas at Austin, April, 1994.
52.
“Structure of stationary solutions for a controlled viscous Burgers’ equation,” Invited lecture presented at University of Texas, Dallas, March, 1994.
53.
Boundary controlled turbulent behavior for Burger’ Equation, Invited lecture presented at Washington University, St. Louis, Jan., 1994.
54.
The effect of boundary control on the structure of stationary solutions for Burgers’ equation, Invited lecture at Annual Conference “Texas Systems Days” held at the University of Texas Arlington, November 1993.
55.
Boundary Control, stabilization, existence of attractors and convergence of trajectories for a viscous Burgers’ equation, Invited talk at International Conference on Nonlinear Distributed Parameter Systems in Vorau, Austria, July 1993.
56.
“Regularity of solutions and attractors for Burgers’ equation,” Invited lecture at University of Texas at Dallas, June, 1993.
57.
Boundary Control, stabilization, existence of attractors and convergence of trajectories for a viscous Burgers’ equation, Invited talk at Snowbird Conference on Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations, Snowbird, Utah, April, 1993.
58.
Root locus for distributed parameter systems, Invited lecture at the Department of Mathematics, University of Texas Dallas, Dec., 1992.
59.
$L^2$ existence and local attractors for Burgers’ equation, Invited lecture presented at the Texas Systems Days Conference, Dallas, Texas, Dec. 1992.
60.
Boundary feedback stabilization for a viscous Burgers’ equation, Invited lecture presented at the 31st Conference on Decision and Control, Tucson, Dec. 1992.
61.
Boundary feedback control of a viscous Burgers’ equation, Invited lecture at the Department of Systems Science and Mathematics, Washington University, St. Louis, February, 1992.
62.
Root locus and boundary feedback design for distributed parameter systems, Invited lecture at the Department of Systems Science and Mathematics, Washington University, St. Louis, March, 1992.
63.
Boundary feedback stabilization of a controlled Burgers’ system, Invited lecture at the Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics, Virginia Polytech and State University, April, 1992.
64.
A Root locus design methodology for distributed parameter systems, Invited lecture at the Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Maryland, April, 1992.
65.
Convergence of trajectories of a controlled Burgers’ system, Invited lecture at the 10th Annual Joint Summer Research Conference in Mathematical Sciences: Control and Identification of Partial Differential Equations, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass, June, 1992.
66.
Boundary stabilization and attractors for a controlled Burgers’ equation, Plenary lecture at the Third Conference on Computation and Control, Bozeman, Montana, August, 1992.
67.
Convergence of trajectories of a controlled Burgers’ system, Invited lecture at the SIAM Conference on Control, Minneapolis, September, 1992.
68.
Boundary control of nonlinear distributed parameter systems, Invited lecture at the Department of Mathematics, North Carolina State University, October, 1992.
69.
Boundary control of a viscous Burgers’ equation, Invited lecture at the Annual Students SIAM meeting at Texas Tech University, November, 1992.
70.
Root locus for distributed parameter systems, Invited lecture at the Department of Mathematics, University of Texas Dallas, December, 1992.
71.
$L^2$ existence and local attractors for Burgers’ equation, Invited lecture at the Texas Systems Days, December, 1992.
72.
Boundary feedback stabilization for a viscous Burgers’ equation, Invited lecture at the 31st Conference on Decision and Control, Tucson, December, 1992.
73.
University of Southern California, April 1991.
74.
Montana State University, July 1991.
75.
South West Analysis Conference, Lafayette LA, Oct. 1991.
76.
30th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Brighton, England, Dec. 1991.
77.
Università di Roma, “La Sapienza”, Dipartimento di Informatica e Sistemistica, March, 1990.
78.
Università di Padova, Dipartimento di Elettronica e Informatica, March, 1990.
79.
2nd Conference on computation and Control, Bozeman, Montana, July, 1990.
80.
2nd SIAM Conference on Linear Algebra, San Francisco, November, 1990.
81.
29th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Honolulu, Hawaii, December, 1990.
82.
International Symposium on the Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, July, 1989.
83.
Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden, July, 1989.
84.
Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics Conference on Control in the 90’s, San Francisco, May, 1989.
85.
Department of System Science and Mathematics, Washington University, St. Louis, October, 1989.

Professional Reviewing: (from a list of over 30) 1. IEEE, Trans. Auto. Control. 2. Systems and Control Letters. 3. Journal of Math. Physics. 4. Journal of Systems, Estimation and Control. 5. Journal of Integral and Differential Equations. 6. National Science Foundation 7. Air Force Office of Scientific Research 8. International Federation of Automatic Control 9. Automatica 10. IEEE Conference on Decision and Control 11. Mathematics of Control, Signals, and Systems. 12. Quarterly of Applied Math 13. IFAC 14. ACC 15. Math and Computer Modelling 16. Journal of Mathematical Physics 17. Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement, and Control. 18. Applied Mathematics Letters.