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Dr. Cornelia Altenbuchner
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Biography (more>>)
Lia is a Technologist in the Robotics Modeling and Simulation Group in the Mobility and Robotics Section at JPL. She is originally from Austria and her primary contributions are in the areas of flexible multi-body dynamics modeling and simulation, robotics systems, conceptual mission design, dynamics and controls.

Education (more>>)
Lia has a Ph.D in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park and a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Applied Sciences Regensburg in Germany.

Professional Experience (more>>)
She joined us at NASA JPL in July 2016 from NASA Langley where she conducted research at the NASA Langley Structural Mechanics and Concepts Branch as a part of the engineering team working on Robotic Arms (Tendon Actuated Lightweight In-Space MANipulator - TALISMAN), the Asteroid Retrieval Mission (ARM), and Modular In-Space Assembly. She has five years experience with air and space robotics systems at NASA Langley Research Center.

Research Interests (more>>)
Cornelia’s current research interests include flexible multi-body dynamics modeling and simulation, air ground and space mobility robotics systems, conceptual mission design, robotics in-space assembly, dynamics and controls, dynamic mobility, machine learning and neurological control systems, novel methods of exploitation of nonlinear system dynamics and bio- inspired robotics.

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