People - Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Thermofluids; experimental fluid dynamics; propulsion and power; pressure gain combustion; gaseous detonation physics; hypersonic aerodynamics; high-speed air-breathing propulsion; spectroscopy (PLIF, absorption-based techniques); optical diagnostics (schlieren, IR & UV chemiluminescence); aerodynamic and combustion instrumentation and diagnostics.
Spacecraft Robotics Laboratory
Space Flight Mechanics, Orbital Robotics, Spacecraft Attitude/Proximity Maneuver Guidance and Control, Optimal Control, Space Debris Remediation, On orbit Assembly, Service and Manufacturing.
Chris Clay, Faculty Associate Researcher
David Dausen, Research Associate
Bautista Fernandez, Research Associate
John Gibson, Engineering Technician
Stefan Kohlgrueber, Supervisory Technician
John Mobley, Model Maker
Chanman Park, Materials Engineer
Alexis Theony, Faculty Associate Researcher
Lee Van Houtte, Electronics Technician
Laurie Bliss, Administrative Support Assistant
Carolina (CJ) Martin, Administrative Support Specialist
Daisy Rodriguez, Accounting Department Support
AVCO Everett Research Laboratory (Summer 1967) NASA-ASEE Summer Faculty Fellow, NASA Ames RC and Stanford University, Tech Rep for OTEC Power Systems Design (Three Contractors: TRW, Lockheed and Westinghouse), Advisor on Power Systems National Science Foundation Review Panel for the Cooperative USA-USSR Research Program in Heat and Mass Transfer (1980)
Fundamental and applied research in Shock and Vibration: underwater shock response analysis and testing, shock modeling and simulation, shock and vibration isolation and suppression, shipboard machinery condition monitoring and diagnostics, modal testing and acoustic damping measurement, acoustic-structure interaction, fatigue reliability, joint damping characteristics, and passive vibration control by constrained viscoelastic layers and wave guide absorber.