Advanced Kalman Filter Theory: Instructor

The instructor for this course is Michael L. Carroll, a mathematician and aerospace veteran with over 20 years of experience in the development and use of Kalman filters in aerospace applications. His Kalman filter experience includes applications in: Mr. Carroll is an experienced technical instructor having taught at the University of California at Santa Barbara (UCSB), University of California at Riverside (UCR). He has lectured on Kalman filter theory at Warner Robbins AFB as a consultant to Lockheed Martin and at BEI Systron Donner as part of an in-house technical seminar series. He has taught a variety of software engineering topics including courses on Java J2EE technologies such as servelets and Java Server Pages. He was instrumental in establishing the curriculum for and teaching within the Enterprise Networking and Telecommunications Certificate program within the UCR Extension engineering department.

Among Mr. Carroll's published works is the book entitled Cyberstrategies: How to build an Internet-based information system, one of the first books on Intranets.

Mr. Carroll is currently engaged at BEI Systron Donner in Concord, CA as a senior software engineer and principal analyst for the C-MIGITS INS/GPS Kalman filter.

For a more detailed resume of Mr. Carroll and a larger list of his publications, click here.

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