Welcome to Ritchie Lee's page!

NASA Ames Research Park
MS 23-11
Moffett Field, CA, 94035
Email: ritchie.lee@sv.cmu.edu
Email: ritchie.lee@nasa.gov
Office: 650-335-2847

Ritchie Lee is a researcher at Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley campus at NASA Ames Research Center.  His research interests are in intelligent controls & estimation, aircraft simulation, and probabilistic modeling with a  focus on autonomous systems.  As part of the Adaptive Control and Evolvable Systems (ACES) group in Ames' Intelligent Systems Division (Code-TI), Ritchie is currently involved with two research projects: SWIFT UAS project, and the Verification & Validation of Flight Critical Systems project under NASA's Aviation Safety program.

Ritchie's past involvements include game theoretic modeling of human decision-makers, development of small spacecraft and microrovers, unmanned ground and underwater vehicles, embedded systems for helicopter aerobotics, manipulators, as well as a multitude of industry experience.

Ritchie holds an M.S. in Aeronautics and Astronautics Engineering from Stanford University, and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from University of Waterloo.

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Last Updated 11/12/2012
Current Projects
  • SWIFT UAS [pdf] / Intelligent Aerial Surveys [pdf]
  • Verification & Validation of Flight Critical Systems project under Aviation Safety program

Past Projects and Involvements
  • Game Theoretic Modeling of Human Decision-Makers [pdf]
    • Net-Form Game C++ Library (LibNFG) [zip]
  • Payload Directed Flight (PDF) [pdf]
  • Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs) [pdf]
  • Small Spacecraft and Microrovers
  • Stanford's Autonomous Helicopter Aerobatics [link]
  • Autonomous Underwater Vehicles
  • Visual Servoing on a 6DOF Manipulator [pdf]
  • Ground Penetrating Radars (GPR) at Sensors and Software Inc. [link]