CDS Lecture Series 1998


Larry Levy
Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory

Larry Levy is Chief Scientist of the Strategic Systems Department of the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory(JHU/APL). He received his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Iowa State University in 1971. Dr. Levy has worked on applied Kalman filtering for over 30 years, was the co-developer of the GPS translator concept in SATRACK (a GPS based missile tracking instrumentation system) and was instrumental in developing the end-to-end methodology for Trident II accuracy evaluation. He teaches graduate courses in Kalman filtering and system identification at The Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering and gives seminars on the same subjects for Navtech Seminars.

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