Flight mechanics and controls.
Inflatable Wing UAV Experimental and Analytical Flight Mechanics,M.S. Thesis, Georgia Institute of Technology.
- Aerial Robotics (controls, integration, system identification)
- Technical lead on collaboration with the University of Pennsylvania robotics lab for autonomous flight with computer vision (2011-2012)
- Transition partner for autopilot design work with Army contract with Motile Robotics Inc. (2011)
- Transition partner for micro autopilot design work with Army contract with University of Alabama Huntsville (2009)
- Mentored West Point cadets and university summer interns
- Tutoring Intern by distance learning (digital classroom)- Teaching intermediate level English language students ingroups of 4-6- 20 hours of live training- Part-time
- Cost-effective autopilot design and simulation environmentdevelopment
- Rotorcraft dynamic modeling
Studying Chinese language, Chinese traditional music, and playing bass guitar.
To assist students and professionals as an English language instructor and/or English technical writing editor in a Mandarin Chinese speaking part of the world. Location preference includes Zhejiang Province, Yunnan Province, Chongqing, Taiwan and Singapore.
Inflatable Wing UAV Experimental and Analytical Flight Mechanics, M.S. Thesis, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011.
Brown, A. X., Johnson, E.N., “Modeling and Flight Testing of the Longitudinal Dynamics of an Inflatable Wing UAV”, 2011 AIAA Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Conference. AIAA-2011-6377.
Edge, H, Brown, A. X., “Pressurized Structures-Based Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Research”, 2011 International Conference on UASs.
Garcia, R. D., Brown, A. X., Control and Limitations of Navigating a Tail Rotor/ Actuator Failed Unmanned Helicopter. Journal of Intelligent Robotic Systems, Volume 61 Issue 1-4, January 2011.
Edge, H., Brown, A. X., et. Al., “Pressurized Structures Technology for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)”, ARL-TR-5436, January 2011.
Edge. H, Collins, J, Brown A. X., et al., “Lighter-Than_air and Pressurized Structures Technology for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)”, ARL-TR-5068, January 2010.
Shumaker, J. Brown, A. X. “An Evaluation and Development Environment for an ARM7-based Autopilot Using the Atmel SAM7S256 Microcontroller” ARL-TN-367.
Slegers N., A. Brown, A.X. Comment on “Tree-Dimensional Ascent Trajectory Optimization for Stratospheric Airship Platforms in the Jet Stream” AIAA Journal of Guidance, Control and Dynamics. September 2009.
Garcia, R.D., Brown, A.X. - Control and Limitations of Navigating a Tail Rotor/Actuator Failed Unmanned Helicopter, 17th Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation, Thessaloniki, Greece, June 2009.
Brown, A. X. , Garcia, R.D. - Control of an Autonomous Radio-Controlled Helicopter in a Modified Simulation Environment, ARL Contractor Report 2008.
Brown, A. X., Garcia, R.D. - Concepts and Validation of a Small Scale Rotorcraft Proportional Integral Derivative Controller in a Unique Simulation Environment, UAV 2008 symposium presentation and paper for Springer Journal of Intelligent Robotics 2008.
CONFERENCE AND SYMPOSIUM PRESENTATIONS
AIAA Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Conference, AIAA-2011-6377, July 2011.
AIAA YPSE Region I Conference, Paper presentation on “Inflatable Wing Flight Mechanics”, October 2010.
AIAA YPSE Region I Conference, Paper presentation on “ARL UAV Research”,
International Symposium on Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Paper presentation on automatic control (June 2008)
Available: April 2013
Native English Speaker
Date of birth: April 9th, 1985
Hello. My name is Aeynzmaar Garrick (Ainsmar Brown) and I am interested in working as an English language instructor. My native language is English and with my professional experience as an Engineer, I have a unique perspective on the use of English on a daily basis. I believe my background in writing technical reports would bring a valuable point of view on using English to explain complex scientific and mathematical terms to large audiences. I have also had continuous employment since graduating from my undergraduate program in 2007. I currently work as a research engineer with the U.S. Army Research Laboratory.
However, my background is not only limited to my Engineering experience. I have also spent time in the past a language exchange partner, teaching English in exchange for Mandarin Chinese. More recently, I have been working part -time as an English language consultant for the TutorABC program based out of Taiwain. This program provides rigorous 45 minute tutoring sessions with professionally written lesson plans. This experience has given me practical live experience and direct feedback from the clients that I have been working with to improve their English. My current rating is a 9.0 out of 10, with the average consultant rating being an 8.5. Lastly, I also have a TESOL certificate from the American TESOL Institute. The certificate called Business TESOL, with 140 hours of coursework focused on business English. I am also in the process of completing another certificate with a concentration in teaching children English.
I am a hard worker who likes to be creative and bring new things to the experience for those learning English. I also believe that patience is one of the most important qualities when working as a language instructor. I pride myself on being patience with students and putting extra effort in understanding their perspective on the language learning experience.
Aeynzmaar X. Garrick
Language exchange participant, teaching English in exchange for Mandarin
Chinese (May 2012 – August 2012)
Born in Brooklyn, New York. U.S. Citizen
Language: English (Fluent/Native), Mandarin Chinese (Beginner)
-Taking Mandarin Chinese group classes at local community college (2013 )
Summer GEMS Program Technical Assistant (STEM supplement), Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD (Summer, 2013)
First LEGO League Competition Volunteer (5th - 8th grade)
Chair, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Mid-Atlantic Section, Aberdeen Chapter, (2011-2012)
Session Chair AIAA YPSE Conference (Young Professional, Students and Engineers) (2011)
Top 3 ARL Director’s Research Initiative Award for Pressurized Structures for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) (2011)
Volunteer: ARL STEM (Science,Technology Engineering and Mathematics) Youth Education Outreach (2012 - Present)
Volunteer: Anita C. Leight Estuary, supporting youth services and programs for nature awareness (2007-2010)
Programming: MATLAB, C/C++, PYTHON
Member, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) (2003-2013)