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Robotics Modeling and Simulation Group

Christopher S. Lim
Member of Technical Staff
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Biography (more>>)
Christopher Lim is a member of the Robotic Software Systems group at JPL. He has over 10 years experience developing dynamics simulation software at JPL using C++ and Python. Prior to joining JPL, Christopher developed real-time industrial control and earthquake instrumentation software.

Education (more>>)
  • Engineers Degree (Ph.D. equivalent) in Aeronautics (California Institute of Technology)
  • M.S. Aeronautics (California Institute of Technology)
  • B.S. Aeronautical Engineering (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Professional Experience (more>>)
  • Dynamics simulation software
  • Earthquake real-time instrumentation software
  • Scientific and analysis software

Research Interests (more>>)
Software development and architecture for scientific and space exploration applications.

Selected Publications (more>>)

J. (Bob) Balaram, J. Cameron, A. Jain, H. Kline, C. Lim, H. Mazhar, S. Myint, H. Nayar, R. Patton, M. Pomerantz, M. Quadrelli, P. Shakkotai, K.Tso, "Physics-Based Simulator for NEO Exploration Analysis & Modeling," AIAA SpaceOps Long Beach, CA, September 2011.

H. Nayar, J. Balaram, J. Cameron, M. DiCicco, T. Howard, A. Jain, Y. Kuwata, C. Lim, R. Mukherjee, S. Myint, A. Malkovic, M. Pomerantz, S. Wall, "Surface Operations Analysis for Lunar Missions," AIAA SPACE 2010 Conference and Exposition, September 2010.

C. Lim, A. Jain, "Dshell++: A Component Based, Reusable Space System Simulation Framework," Third IEEE International Conference on Space Mission Challenges for Information Technology (SMC-IT 2009), July 2009.

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