ShiNung Ching, Ph.D.
Electrical & Systems Engineering
Computational and Molecular Biophysics Program
Preston M. Green Hall
Control of neural dynamics; Biophysical modeling of multiscale brain networks;
The interface between systems and control engineering, neuroscience and neural medicine
Professor Ching’s research lies at the interface between systems and control engineering and neural medicine. His research projects are interdisciplinary, focusing on questions in systems theory as well as basic science and clinical applications. He is particularly interested in the use of control theory and dynamical systems to elucidate brain network dynamics, mechanisms of neuroactive drugs and closed-loop methods for drug delivery and clinical management of pathological physiologic states.
Ching, S., Eun, Y., Gokcek, C., Kabamba, P.T., & Meerkov, S.M, Quasilinear Control, February 2011, Cambridge University Press, ISBN: 9781107000568
Ching, S., Purdon, P.L., Vijayan, S., Kopell, N.J., & Brown, E.N., A neurophysiological-metabolic model for burst-suppression, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 109 No. 8, p3095-3100, Feb 2012
Ching, S., Kabamba, P. T. & Meerkov, S. M., Boosting: A Method for Recovery of Linear Performance in Systems with Nonlinear Instrumentation, Journal of Dynamical Systems, Measurement and Control, Vol. 134, No. 1, Jan 2012
Ching, S., Cimenser, A., Purdon, P.L., Brown, E.N., & Kopell, N.J., Thalamocortical model for a propofol-induced alpha rhythm associated with loss of consciousness, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 107, No. 52, pp 22665-22670, Dec 2010
Ching, S., Kabamba, P. T. & Meerkov, S. M., Simultaneous Design of Controllers and Instrumentation: ILQR/ILQG, IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, Volume 55, Issue 1, Jan 2010
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