Awards and Recognitions
Research InterestsStability and control of nonlinear and stochastic systems with applications to large-scale electricity systems including generation and transmission and distribution; nonlinear filtering with applications to monitoring, fault detection, diagnosis, prognosis and reconfigurable control; information theory aspects of stochastic and quantized systems with applications to adaptive and dual control and the design of distributed autonomous control systems; the development of advanced signal processing and data analytics for monitoring and tracking of physiological behavior in health and disease.
Teaching InterestsDynamic systems, signal processing, and control
Professional Leadership and Service
Affiliated Department Research Areas
News About Kenneth Loparo
$3.1 million grant from the Cleveland Foundation will support engaging with industry and community
A quick peek at the multifaceted work being done across campus to better understand the science related to COVID-19
The NSF has awarded an $84,000, one-year grant to the team behind the online COVID-19 mapping tool.
Case Western Reserve University professors test program to provide real-time risk assessment for transmission of virus, based on user’s location.
Engineering, social work schools partner on innovative solar project, funded by a $2.3M DOE grant.
Kenneth Loparo In the News
Replacing Ohio’s dysfunctional coronavirus reporting system could take ‘many months,’ or longer, experts say
CSE's Ken Loparo discusses the challenges faced by the current system.
Researchers at Case Western Reserve University announced that they have developed a new tool to help citizens better assess the risk of COVID-19 based on geographic location, in real-time.
Siemens, CWRU team up to advance energy grid research
CWRU, Siemens partnership will create new energy grid lab and curriculum