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Alyssa Avery, Ph.D.

Alyssa Avery


Education

Ph.D., Aerospace Engineering
Oklahoma State University, 2019

M.S., Aerospace Engineering

Oklahoma State University, 2015

B.S., Aerospace Engineering
Oklahoma State University, 2013


Research Interests

  • Icing simulations for small unmanned aircraft
  • Sensor design and development for small unmanned aircraft
  • Low altitude cloud physics investigation and flight test

Recent Publications

  • Avery, A., Jacob, J, ”Ice Accretion Prediction for Small Unmanned Aircraft Conditions,” AMS,
    Boston, MA, Jan 2020
  • A. Avery, and J. Jacob, “Low Altitude Icing for Small Unmanned Aircraft,” 2019 AIAA Aviation
    Forum, AIAA-2019-3305.
  • Avery, AS., Jacob, JD., Ice Accretion for Small Unmanned Aircraft, 2019, Oklahoma State University, Dissertation
  • A. Avery, and J. Jacob, “Cylinder Ice Accretion with Application to UAS” Annual APS Division
    of Fluid Dynamics Meeting, Atlanta, GA, 2018.
  • Avery, A., Bunting, L., and Jacob, J.D. Icing Measurements with UAS, AMS Student Conference,
    Austin, TX, January, 2018
  • Avery, A., Foster, N., and Jacob, J.D. CLOUD-MAP Field Campaign Measurements of the Earth’s
    Lower Boundary Layer, 69th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics Portland,
    Oregon, November 2022, 2016.
  • Avery, A., Jacob, J. ”Design of a Severe Storm Research UAS,” ISSARA Conference, Toulouse,
    France, May, 2016
  • Hathaway, J., Avery, A., Jacob, J. D. Suite Development for a Weather UAV,” AIAA Aviation
    2015, Dallas, TX, June, 2015.
  • Avery, A. and Jacob, J. D. in SevereWeather Sensing,” AUVSI Unmanned Systems 2015, May,
    2015.
  • Avery, A. and Jacob, J. “Design of a Severe Storm Research UAS,” AIAA Aerospace Sciences
    Meeting, Kissimee, Florida, Jan. 5-9, 2015
  • Avery, A. and Jacob, J. ”3D Motion Capture Techniques in Reduced Gravity,” AIAA 51st
    Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Dallas, Texas, Jan. 7-10, 2013.

 

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