Electrical and Computer Engineering
On-going research activities in the areas of statistical signal processing; statistical learning theory and pattern recognition; adaptive sensory-motor control; nonlinear dynamics and multibody systems theory.
Professor Kreutz-Delgado research interests are in sensor-based intelligent systems that can function in unstructured and nonstationary environments. His technical contributions include the development of a spatial operator algebra for the analysis and control of complex, multibody systems; the application of nonlinear dynamical reduction for robust sensory-motor control of multilimbed robotic systems; and the use of differential topology for the development of trainable nonlinear representations for sensory-motor control.
Kenneth Kreutz-Delgado is a participant in the Intelligent Transportation and Telematics layer of the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technologies (CalIT2). Before joining the faculty at UC San Diego, he was a researcher at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, where he worked on the development of intelligent telerobotic systems for use in space exploration and satellite servicing and repair. He is a senior Member of the IEEE. Kreutz-Delgado received his Ph.D. from UCSD in 1985.