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347G
Robotic Manipulation and Sampling Group

Ashitey Trebi-Ollennu, Ph.D, CEng FIEE, SMIEE
Group Lead, Senior Member of Engineering Staff
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Biography (more>>)
Dr Ashitey Trebi-Ollennu (FIET, FRAeS, SMIEEE, PMP) is a Group Lead and Robotics Engineer at the NASA-Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, in Pasadena, CA and a Fellow of the IET (U.K.), a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society, U.K., a Senior Member of the IEEE and Certified Project Management Professional (PMP). His current research at JPL focuses on Planetary Rovers, Manipulation, Multiple Mobile Robots (Planetary Outpost), Reconfigurable Robots and Man-machine Interaction. Dr. Trebi-Ollennu’s research has resulted in more than 95 publications. He currently works on the InSight Mission as an Instrument Deployment Systems Engineer and MSL (Curiosity Rover) a Robotic Arm Systems Engineer.

Education (more>>)
Ph. D. in Control Systems Engineering, School of Engineering and Applied
Science, Royal Military College Science, Cranfield University, U.K., 1996.

B.Eng. in Avionics, Department of Aeronautical Engineering, Queen Mary College,
University of London, 1991.

Professional Experience (more>>)
Highly accomplished visionary Multidisciplinary Engineer with a broad background and extensive hands-on experience in Space Robotics Systems, Flight Systems Integration & Test, Planetary Rover Operations, System of Systems Design, Distributed Mobile Robotics, System Architectures, Dynamic Modeling, Control Systems design for Aerospace and Mechatronics Systems and Contract Technical Management.

Results-oriented, decisive leader with proven success in transitioning technology into flight.

Research Interests (more>>)
Planetary Rovers
Adjustable Autonomy
Mechatronics,
System of Systems
Manipulation
Planetary Rover Operations
Multiple Mobile Robots
Reconfigurable Robots
Man-machine Interaction.

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