The cohesive movement of a biological population is a commonly observed natural phenomenon. With the advent of platforms of unmanned vehicles, such phenomena has attracted a renewed interest from the engineering community. This talk will cover a survey of the speaker's research and related work in this area ranging from aggregation models in nonlinear PDE to control algorithms and robotic testbed experiments. We conclude with a discussion of some interesting problems for the applied mathematics community.
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