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Robert J. Schilling

Rob SchillingertProfessor
139 CAMP
Clarkson University
PO Box 5720
Potsdam, NY 13699-5720

Phone: 315-268-3883
Fax: 315-268-7600
E-mail: schillin@clarkson.edu
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Educational Background
B.E.E., University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN (1969)
M.S., University of California, Berkeley, CA (1970)
Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, CA (1973)

Teaching Interests
EE261, Introduction to Programming and Software Design (C++)
EE553, Linear Systems
EE412, Senior Design
EE451, Digital Control

Research Interests
Dr. Schilling's current research interests are in the areas of nonlinear system identification and control, applications of adaptive signal processing, active noise control, radial basis function neural networks, and human-computer interfaces.

Recent Pulications

Robert J. Schilling and Charles J. Robinson, “A Phase-Locked Loop Model of the Response of the Postural Control System to Periodic Platform Motion,” IEEE Transactions of Nueral Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, Vol. 18, No. 3, June 2010.

R.J. Schilling, A.F. Al-Ajlouni, E.S. Sazonov and A.K. Ziarani, “Periodic Disturbance Cancellation Using a Generalized Phase-Locked Loop,” Control and Intelligent Systems, Vol. 38, No. 1, pp. 16-23, 2010.

Edward Sazonov, Vidya Krishnamurthy and Robert Schilling, “Wireless Intelligent Sensor and Actuator Network – A Scalable Platform for Time-synchronous Applications of Structural Health Monitoring,” Stand Health Monitoring, Vol. 9(5), pp. 465-476, 2010.

R.J. Schilling, E.M. Bollt, G.D. Fulk, J.D. Skufea, A.F. Al-Ajlouni and C.J. Robinson, “A Quiet Standing Index for Testing the Postural Sway of Healthy and Diabetic Adults Across a Range of Ages,” IEEE Trans. On Biomedical Engineering, Vol. 56, No 2, pp. 292-302, 2009

A.F. Al-Ajlouni, M. Abo-Zahhad, S.M. Ahmed and R.J. Schilling, “An ECG Signal Compressor Based on the Selection of Optimal Threshold Levels of Discrete Wavelet Transform Coefficients, “ Journal of Medical Engineering & Technology, Vol. 32, No. 6, pp. 425-433, November/December 2008.