Summit Speaker: Igor Mezic


Buildings & Design Solutions Group Head, Institute for Energy Efficiency
Professor, Mechanical Engineering & Mathematics

After receiving his MS in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Rijeka, Croatia in 1990, Mezic received his Ph.D. from Cal Tech in 1994 in Applied Mechanics. Before coming to UCSB in 1995, Igor was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Warwick, UK. Mezic was an Associate Professor in the Division of Engineering and Applied Science at Harvard University from 2000-2001. In 1999, Mezic was awarded the NSF CAREER Award for reserach on "Nonlinear Dynamics and Control from Microscale to Macrosale". He has 40 publications and has received 15 grants and industrial gifts. Mezic has graciously contributed his time and expertise to a significant number journals, panels, workshops, and conferences. Igor Mezix's research group at UCSB is centered round operator-theoretic approach to analysis of nonlinear dynamical systems, applications in microfluidics and (bio)-nanotechnology.

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