Jinu Idicula is a flight controls engineer in the Controls and Dynamics branch at NASA Armstrong. During his career he has worked on a variety of projects from simulation development for the Constellation Launch Abort System (CEV LAS) to handling qualities analysis for the Adaptive Compliant Trailing Edge (ACTE). He is currently working on a small UAV testbed for enabling autonomy in aerospace applications. His current research interests are in adaptive control and robust estimation.
Penn State University B.S. Aerospace Engineering 2006
Purdue University M.S. Aeronautical Engineering 2013