The Guidance and Navigation Aerosystems Lab
Co-Directors: Demoz Gebre-Egziabher, and Peter J. Seiler
Location: 309 Akerman Hall
The Aerosystems Laboratory focuses on guidance, navigation, and control algorithms, with applications to unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), CubeSats, and wind turbines.
Professor Gebre-Egziabher's groups work on state estimation and sensor fusion techniques for solving problems related to navigation and attitude determination. Particular areas of focus are GNSS-based and GNSS-denied navigation. More information here.
Professor Seiler's group works on advanced control techniques for wind turbines, fault-detection methods for safety-critical systems and robust control of disk drives. Details on these projects can be found on his lab page.
Both groups have several projects on UAVs. More information on these projects can be found at: