Xingyong Song

Assistant Professor

SONG Xingyong

Office: FERM 005A
Phone: 979.458.1206
Email: songxy@tamu.edu

Research Website

Research Interests

Dynamic system, control theory, mechatronics and their applications on oil & gas, automotive and renewable energy systems.  Unconventional oil & gas exploration and production system enabled by advanced controls and automation. Drilling automation and hydraulic fracking optimal control. Energy efficient and clean automotive powertrain, including camless engine, hybrid electric/hydraulic vehicle and game-changing power transmission technologies.  Efficient renewable fuel and mixed fuel capable powertrain and energy conversion systems. Mechatronic system design, fabrication and prototyping. Fluid power and hydraulic system design and control. Robust tracking control and disturbance rejection, nonlinear and time-varying system control, LPV system stabilization, iterative learning control, time-varying internal model system and their real time experimental investigation.

Awards & Honors

  • Halliburton Innovation Award, October 2014
  • Halliburton MVP Award, October 2014
  • Best presentation in session award by 2012 ASME DSCC Conference, October 2012
  • Team GM Recognition Award from General Motors Global R&D, 2011
  • Best presentation in session award by 2009 ASME DSCC Conference, October 2009

Education

  • University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, July, 2011
  • Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology ( South Korea), M.S. Mechanical Engineering
  • Harbin Institute of Technology ( China ), B.S. Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering

Selected Publications

Xingyong Song, Y. Wang, and Z. Sun, “Robust Stabilizer Design for Linear Time Varying Internal Model Based Output Regulation and Its Application to an Electrohydraulic System”, Automatica (A Journal of IFAC), Volume 50, Issue 4, Pages 1128–1134, April, 2014.

Xingyong Song, A. Gillella, and Z. Sun, “Low-Order Stabilizer Design for Discrete Linear Time-Varying Internal Model-Based System ”. IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics, 2015, DOI: 10.1109/TMECH.2015.2417125.

A. Gillella, Xingyong Song, and Z. Sun, “Time-Varying Internal Model Based Control of Camless Engine Valve Actuation System”. IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, Vol. 22, Issue 4, Page 1498 – 1510, July, 2014.

Xingyong Song, Z. Sun, “Pressure Based Clutch Control for Automotive Transmissions Using a Sliding Mode Controller”, IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics, Vol. 17, Issue 3, Page 534 – 546, June, 2012.

Xingyong Song, C. Wu and Z. Sun, “Design, Dynamics modeling and Control of a Novel Automotive Transmission Clutch Actuation Mechanism”, IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics, Vol. 17, Issue 3, Page 582 – 587, June, 2012.