US Army Aviation & Missile Research, Development & Engineering Center
Matt has been a researcher with the U.S. Army since 1984. He has conducted rotorcraft research in the areas of flight control, handling qualities, sidestick controllers, air-to-air combat, partial-authority flight control, and autonomy. Since 2000 he has led the Autonomous Rotorcraft Project which has developed and flight tested autonomous technologies including 3D obstacle field navigation, off-field landing site selection, sling load operations, intelligent agents, mission adaptive autonomy, and dual lift. He has a BS in Aerospace Engineering from CalPoly San Luis Obispo, and a MS in Aerospace Engineering from Stanford University.