Meeko Oishi


Phone: 505-277-0299
Fax: 505-277-1439

Physical Address

Room 134C
Electrical and Computer Engineering

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Associate Professor

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

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Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University, with Ph.D. Minor in Electrical Engineering, 2004

M.Sc., Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University, 2000

B.S.E., Mechanical Engineering, Princeton University, 1998


Meeko Oishi, Ph.D. received the Ph.D. (2004) and M.S. (2000) in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University (Ph.D. minor, Electrical Engineering), and a B.S.E. in Mechanical Engineering from Princeton University (1998).  She is an Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of New Mexico. Her research interests include hybrid control theory, control of semi-automated systems, reachability analysis, modeling and control of motor performance in Parkinson's disease, and modeling of intracranial dynamics in traumatic brain injury. She previously held a faculty position at the University of British Columbia at Vancouver (2006-2011), and postdoctoral positions at Sandia National Laboratories (2005) and at the National Ecological Observatory Network (2004).  She is the recipient of the NSF CAREER Award (2013), an AFRL Summer Faculty Fellowship (2013), the Peter Wall Institute Early Career Scholar Award (2008), the Truman Postdoctoral Fellowship in National Security Science and Engineering (2005), the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship (1998), and the George Bienkowski Memorial Prize, Princeton University (1998).  She was a Science and Technology Policy Fellow at The National Academies (2004), and a visiting researcher at NASA Ames Research Center (2001-2003) and Honeywell Technology Center (2000).

Research Interests

  • Hybrid systems and control, cyberphysical systems, modeling motor performance and control in Parkinson's disease, reachability analysis and controller synthesis, and control of semiautomated systems

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