Donald Ebeigbe joins School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science


UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Donald Ebeigbe joined the Penn State College of Engineering as an assistant professor of electrical engineering on Jan. 1. Ebeigbe received a bachelor’s degree in electrical and electronics engineering from the Federal University of Technology Akure and a doctorate in electrical engineering from Cleveland State University. He leads the Control and Autonomous Robotics Laboratory at Penn State. Prior to starting his new position, Ebeigbe was a postdoctoral scholar in Penn State’s Center for Neural Engineering for two years. He also has experience working in manufacturing and automation and robotics.  

“I am interested in understanding the fundamental behavior and performance limits of systems and developing efficient, adaptive, robust, low-complexity and scalable controllers and state estimators,” Ebeigbe said. “I also am interested in applying this research to new technologies, like unmanned aerial or ground vehicles, legged robots, robot manipulators and biological systems.”  


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Donald Ebeigbe. Credit: Penn State