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Chuck Bergh is a Senior Engineer in JPLs Robotic Hardware Systems Group. His work focuses on the end-to-end design of integrated sensor systems and embedded processing for autonomous guidance and control. His background includes mechanical design, digital control theory, and real-time software design.
Master of Science Mechanical Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology, 1999.
Mechatronics and Adaptive Control System Design.
Thesis: "Development of an Interferometric System for Process Monitoring"
Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering
Auburn University, 1994.
M2020 Vision Compute Element - Test Lead
RoboSimian - Integration Lead, Electrical Lead
Autonomous Descent and Ascent Powered-flight Testbed (ADAPT) - Hardware Cognizant Engineer
MSL Rover Actuator EGSE (AEGSE) - Cognizant Engineer
Autonomy for USSV - Project Manager, Technical Lead
SWIFT Swarm Satellites - Systems Engineer
Search and Rescue Anthropomorphic Humanoid (SARAH)- Co-Investigator
TPF Formation Flight Control Testbed - Avionics Lead
MSL Terminal Descent Sensor Testbed - Test-Article Lead
Mars Subsonic Parachute/Pin Point Landing - Hardware Lead (Down Looking Camera)
Aerobot Autonomy - Avionics/Systems Lead
Planetary Autonomous Amphibious Rover (PAARV)- Task Manager
Autonomous Helicopter Testbed for Safe and Precise Landing - Hardware Lead
Camera Gantry Testbed - Hardware Lead
Perception for Off-Road Navigation (PerceptOR)
Tactical Mobile Robot (TMR)
SECRET - Active (2000-2010)
Mechanical Design: Solidworks, Nastran, ADAMS
Electrical Design: Eagle, OrCAD, Altium DXP
Analysis/Modeling: Matlab, Simulink, TimingDesigner
Embedded Design: Ti CCStudio, Xilinx (ISE, EDK), ModelSim, NI Labview
Languages: ANSI C, C/C++, Verilog, Java, Python, PERL, assembly (various)
Target OS: VxWorks, Linux, Ti DSP/BIOS, Xilinx MicroBlaze
Target Platforms: DSP (Ti C6x, MP430), FPGA (Xilinx Spartan, Virtex), Microcontrollers (68K, PIC, CPLD)