Senior Guidance, Navigation and Controls (GNC) Engineer with over fifteen years of experience specializing in aircraft, missiles, launch vehicles, space vehicles and commercial drones. Expert in a wide-range of GNC responsibilities such as the modeling of aerospace vehicles, the design and analysis of feedback control laws, the development of guidance algorithms, the analysis of mission performance via simulations, the support of vehicle integration tests and on-site, in-field flight activities.
Strong project management skills demonstrated by leading various programs and heading up small multi-disciplinary teams for diverse projects. Firmly believes in team development through collaboration, training and mentoring.
Open to new opportunities in a GNC flight controls group where I can leverage my experience to ensure the success of challenging projects.
Stanford Center for Professional Development. - In this course, you become a more effective programmer and gain a complete understanding of how computer systems execute programs and manipulate data. You will gain practical experience dealing with issues of debugging, performance, portability, and robustness. Topics include:
C programming language
Machine-level code and elements of code compilation
Stanford Center for Professional Development - This course covers the principles and practice of engineering of computer software and hardware systems, including techniques for controlling complexity, virtual memory, and threads. Topics include:
4 day course on the principles of navigation by inertial, celestial and radio (including GPS) methods, the principles of guidance and control of 6-DOF motion, the characteristics and noise models of sensors and the dynamic behavior of controlled and guided systems.