Justin Bradley

Justin Bradley is a Postdoctoral researcher in the A2Sys Lab. Justin has a BS in Computer Engineering and a MS in Electrical Engineering from Brigham Young University where he worked in the MAGICC Lab. He then worked at Lawrence Livermore National Lab as a control engineer on the National Ignition Facility project. He then went back to school at the Aerospace Engineering Department at the University of Michigan to pursue the PhD which he obtained in August 2014 focusing on Cyber-Physical Systems co-design. Justin currently works on the Autonomous Innovator project.

Journal Publications

  • J. M. Bradley and E. M. Atkins, “Coupled Cyber-Physical System Modeling and Coregulation of a CubeSat,” IEEE Transactions on Robotics (under review)
  • J. M. Bradley and E. M. Atkins, “A Cyber-Physical Optimization Approach to Mission Success for Unmanned Aircraft Systems,” Journal of Aerospace Information Systems, vol. 11, pp. 48–60, January 2014
  • J. M. Bradley and E. M. Atkins, “Toward Continuous State-Space Regulation of Coupled Cyber-Physical Systems,” Proceedings of the IEEE, vol. 100, pp. 60–74, January 2012
  • J. M. Bradley and C. N. Taylor, “Georeferenced Mosaics for Tracking Fires Using Unmanned Miniature Air vehicles,” Journal of Aerospace Computing, Information, and Communication, vol. 8, pp. 295–309, October 2011

Conference Publications

  • J. M. Bradley, M. L. Clark, E. M. Atkins, and K. G. Shin, “ Mission-Aware CyberPhysical Optimization on a Tabletop Satellite,” in AIAA Infotech@Aerospace, (Boston, MA), August 2013
  • E. M. Atkins and J. M. Bradley, “ Aerospace Cyber-Physical Systems Education,” in AIAA Infotech@Aerospace, (Boston, MA), August 2013
  • J. M. Bradley and E. M. Atkins, “Multi-Disciplinary Cyber-Physical Optimization for Unmanned Aircraft Systems,” in AIAA Infotech@Aerospace, (Garden Grove, CA), June 2012
  • J. M. Bradley and E. M. Atkins, “ Computational-Physical State Co-Regulation in Cyber-Physical Systems,” in ACM/IEEE Conference on Cyber-Physical Systems, (Chicago, IL), ACM/IEEE, April 2011
  • J. M. Bradley and C. N. Taylor, “Particle Filter Based Mosaicking for Tracking Forest Fires,” in AIAA Conference on Guidance, Navigation, and Control, (Hilton Head, SC), August 2007
  • A. Rodriguez, E. Andersen, J. M. Bradley, and C. N. Taylor, “Wind estimation using an optical flow sensor on a miniature air vehicle,” in AIAA conference on

    guidance, navigation, and control, vol. 6614, (Hilton Head, SC), August 2007

  • J. Bradley, B. Prall, R. Beard, and C. Taylor, “ An Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Project For Undergraduates,” in The Forty-Second Annual International Telemetering

    Conference and Technical Exhibition, vol. 42, (San Diego, CA), October 2006

  • R. Holt, J. Egbert, J. Bradley, R. Beard, C. Taylor, and T. McLain, “ Forest Fire Monitoring Using Multiple Unmanned Air Vehicles,” in The Eleventh Forest Service Remote Sensing Applications Conference, (Salt Lake City, UT), April 2006