Here are some links of interest:

[Department graduate studies
page]
[Apply for graduate
studies]

*Current students:*

- Julian Christopher, MSc candidate

- Jonny Briggs, MSc, 2016,
*Degeneracy of velocity constraints in rigid body systems*[thesis] - Saber Jafarpour,
PhD, 2016,
*On the role of regularity in mathematical control theory*[thesis] - Steven Yang (Researcher, Sunnybrook Research Institute), MSc, 2015,
*Linearization and stability of nonholonomic mechanical systems*[thesis] - Melkior
Ornik (Graduate student, The Edward S. Rogers Sr. Department of
Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Toronto), MSc, 2013,
*Some observations on orbits of driftless bilinear systems*[thesis] - Pantelis
Isaiah
- MSc, 2007,
*Symmetries of differential equations* - PhD, 2012,
*Feedback stabilisation of locally controllable systems*[thesis]

- MSc, 2007,
- Bennett Kanuka (Data Scientist, Lixar IT), Undergraduate research, summer 2011
- César Aguilar
(Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, California State University,
Bakersfield, 2013), PhD, 2010,
*Local controllability of affine distributions*[thesis] - Bahman
Gharesifard (Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics and
Statistics, Queen's University, 2013), PhD, 2009,
*A geometric approach to energy shaping*[thesis] (joint with Abdol-Reza Mansouri) - Brent Pym (Postdoctoral Research Assistant, University of Oxford), NSERC USRA student, summer 2007
- Elsa Hansen (Research Associate, Department of Biology, Pennsylvania
State University), MSc, 2004,
*Coordinate-free derivation of the Euler-Lagrange equations and identification of global solutions via local behavior*[thesis] - John Chapman, MSc, 2003,
*Problems in nonholonomic mechanics* - Ajit Bhand (Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Bhopal, 2010)
- David Tyner (Researcher, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Carleton University, 2011)
- A. Theo Coombs (IBM, Peoplesoft Systems Analyst), MSc, 2000,
*Time-optimal control of two simple mechanical systems with three degrees of freedom and two inputs*[thesis]