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Lennon Cork (visited 2007)

Lennon Cork is currently working full-time for the Australian Research Centre for Aerospace Automation (ARCAA) as project coordinator for the upcoming ARCAA Outback Rescue Challenge, and is in the final stages of a postgraduate research project on Fault Tolerant Estimation and Control Techniques for Unmanned Airborne Systems. Lennon has recently returned from exchange with the Nonlinear Control and Robotics (NCR) group at the University of Florida (UFL) in Gainesville, US, where he worked on aspects of Visual Servo Control for Mechatronic Systems and Fault Detection in Robotic Manipulators. In late 2006 Lennon coordinated ACRAA’s The Future of UAS workshop which brought together a broad cross-section of the UAS industry to discuss the issues of Standards, Regulations and Operational Experiences. Lennon has been involved in lecturing and tutoring of modern and classical automatic control subjects since 2004, and has mentored a number of undergraduate UAS projects. He graduated a Bachelor of Engineering (AeroAv) degree with first class honors in 2003 and worked with DaimlerChrysler Aerospace Airbus in Hamburg, Germany, on the Airbus A400M in 2002/2003 (three month internship).