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Bryson Jones is a Robotics Technologist in the Robotic Manipulation and Sampling Group. His research interests are in developing algorithms that enable complex autonomous behaviors of robotic systems, especially through learning methods. His active projects at JPL are focused on developing autonomy software for applications on the ocean moons of the solar system, namely Europa and Enceladus.
Prior to JPL, Bryson worked as a Lead Robotics Software Engineer at Relativity Space, responsible for the functional real-time software platform and autonomy stack of large-scale metal 3D printing manipulator systems, while leading a technical team of roboticists.
In 2021, Bryson received his M.S. in Robotic Systems Development from Carnegie Mellon University, where his work focused on autonomy software development for navigating autonomous vehicles through extreme terrain conditions.
M.S. Robotic Systems Development, Carnegie Mellon University - Pittsburgh, PA - 2021
B.S. Mechanical Engineering, North Carolina State University - Raleigh, NC - 2019
Robotics Technologist, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, 2023 - Present
Lead Robotics Software Engineer, Relativity Space, 2020-2022