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Shu-Xia Tang 唐姝霞

Department of Mechanical Engineering

​Texas Tech University, USA

Research Interests
  • Control Theory

    • PDE Stability Analysis & Control

    • PDE Optimal Actuator & Sensor Designs                                                                                               

  • Control Applications

    • Swarm Robotic Systems

      • Deployment and formation tracking

      • Collision and obstacle avoidance

    • Energy Systems

      • Li-ion batteries systems

      • Oil drilling systems

    • Flow Systems

      • Water management systems

      • Traffic management systems  

    •  Additive Manufacturing Systems    ​                           (Phase Transition in 3D Printing)

      • Stefan problem

      • Cahn-Hilliard equation

    • Piezoelectric Beams



  • Ph.D. (Dynamic Systems and Control), 2016

       Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering,

       University of California, San Diego, USA. 

       Advisor: Prof. Miroslav Krstic.


  • Visiting Student (Mathematics), Sep. 2015 -- Feb. 2016

       Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions,

       Université Pierre et Marie Curie, France.

       Advisor: Prof. Jean-Michel Coron.


  • M.Sc., 2011 and B.Sc., 2008 (Pure & Applied Mathematics)

       Department of Mathematics & Statistics

       Southwest University, China.

       Advisor: Prof. Chengkang Xie.

Contact Me

Shu-Xia Tang received her Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering in 2016 from the Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, University of California, San Diego, USA. She is currently an assistant professor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Texas Tech University, USA. She is an IEEE senior member and is an IEEE CSS (Control Systems Society) Technical Committee member on Distributed Parameter Systems. She serves as an associate editor of Journal of Control, Automation and Electrical Systems and as an Editorial Board member of IEEE CSS and ASME DSCC (Dynamic Systems and Control Division). Her main research interests are stability analysis, estimation and control design of distributed parameter systems.

Office: Mechanical Engineering Building North 208,

            Texas Tech University

Phone: +1 (806)834-7424



Motto: Wir müssen wissen, wir werden wissen. (David Hilbert)