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Ph.D Students

CDR Michael Hurni (USN)
Thesis: Real-Time Autonomous Path Planning for Multiple Unmanned Vehicles, in progress.

Maj Kevin Bollino (USAF)
Thesis: Rapid, High-Fidelity Trajectory Generation and Retargeting for the Reentry of Reusable Launch Vehicles, 2006

Capt Jon Strizzi  (USAF)
Thesis: Numerical Methods for Real-Time Optimization and Control, 2003

 

MS Students

LCDR Joesph Cascio (USN)
Thesis:  Path planning for multi-link robotic manipulator, 2008

LT Tom Merkle (USN)
Thesis:  Tethered Satellite System for Military Applications, 2006

LT Ryan Lewis (USN)
Thesis:  Rapid Motion Planning and Autonomous Obstacle Avoidance for Unmanned Vehicles, 2006

LCDR Andrew Carlson (USN)
Thesis:  Optimal Control of Tethered Satellites, 2006

LCDR Ron Moon II (USN)
Thesis:  Migration of a Real-Time Optimal-Control Algorithm: from MATLAB TM to Field Programmable Gate Array, 2005

LCDR Jack Rust (USN)
Thesis:  Fuel Optimal Low Thrust Trajectories for an Asteroid Sample Return Mission, 2005

CDR Patrick Shaffer (USN)
Thesis:  Optimal Trajectory Reconfiguration and Retargeting for the X-33 Reusable Launch Vehicle, 2004

CDR Andrew Flemming (USN)
Thesis:  Real-Time Optimal Slew Maneuver Design and Control, 2004

Maj  Paul Mendy (USAF)
Thesis:  Multiple Satellite Trajectory Optimization, 2004

LT Scott Josselyn (USN)
Thesis: Optimization of Low ThrusTrajectories withTerminal Aerocapture, 2003

LCDR Robert Stevens (USN)
Thesis: Design of Optimal Cyclers using Solar Sails, 2002

LT Jefferey King (USN)
Thesis: A Framework for Designing Optimal Spacecraft Formations, 2002