Ph.D. University of Illinois. Mechanical Engineering. 2010.
M.S. University of Illinois. Mechanical Engineering. 2006.
B.S. University of Colorado. Mechanical Engineering. 2001.
Control theory and applications; high precision motion control; iterative learning control; high-performance nano-scale printing for electrical and biomedical applications; micro/nano-manufacturing; control for manufacturing; cooperative control; control for autonomous vehicles
Parmar, G., Awtar, S., Barton, K., “Large Dynamic Nanopositioning Using Iterative Learning Control”, Precision Engineering, 2012.
Sutanto, E., et al., “A multi-material Electrohydrodynamic jet (E-jet) printing system”, J. of Micromechanics Microengineering, 2012.
Barton, K., Hoelzle, D., Alleyne, A., Wagoner Johnson, A., “Cross Coupled Iterative Learning Control of Systems with Dissimilar Dynamics: Design and Implementation for Manufacturing Applications”, Int. J. of Control, 2011.
Poellman, M., Barton, K., Mishra, S., Wagoner Johnson, A., “Patterned Hydrogel Substrates for Cell Culture with Electrohydrodynamic Jet Printing”, Macromolecular Bioscience, 2011.
Barton, K., Alleyne, A., “A Norm Optimal Approach to Time-Varying ILC with Application to a Multi-Axis Robotic Testbed”, IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, Feb. 2010.
Barton, K., Mishra, S., Alleyne, A., Ferreira, P., Rogers, J., “High Resolution Sensing and Control of Electrohydrodynamic Jet Printing”, Control Engineering Practice, 2010.
Bristow, D., Barton, K., Alleyne, A., “Iterative Learning Control,” The Control Handbook, 2nd Edition, William Levine (ed.), CRC Press, Inc., Salem, MA, 2010.
Park, et al., “High Resolution Electrohydrodynamic Jet Printing”, Nature Materials, 2007.