"@T.D. Gonzales: I know this is an old topic, I ran across it while working on other matters.
Jerry's PhD is from:
Mississippi State University
PhD, Electrical Engineering
1984 – 1987
I'm not affiliated in any way,…"
Unmanned Aircraft Vehicle Design CourseJune 5-7, Crown Plaza Washington National Airport Hotel Sign up period ends on April 30. Call 206-787-2807 to register. Mr Phillippe Roy, VP ATE AeroSurveillance will teach the topics listed at:http://www.uxvuniversity.com/#!short-courses-&-non-degree Unmanned Ground Vehicle Fundamentals CourseJune 12-14, Crown Plaza Washington National Airport Hotel Sign up period ends on April 30. Call 206-787-2807 to…See More
"Disappointing Major Marcy's peers have to resort to this. You'd think they would build RC planes. Enlistees are building things, but the 'force makes officers get a Masters degree for no reason & they get caught up in…"
"Jerry's BIO on his MyPage here seems very impressive... maybe the kind of info we could use here?
Especially if his 3 day course includes hard info on the regulatory side, not just the hardware end that alot of us already know…"
"This is all nice and fine for one or two day seminar. However in order to have a certificate or diploma program it takes more than a few power point slides. To teach a Masters and PhD program takes multiple instructors, all expert in…"
Doctor (Col Ret) Jerry LeMieux is the Executive Director and Founder of Unmanned Vehicle University International. The University's primary focus area is on Unmanned Systems education and training. Doctor LeMeiux is an engineering PhD and pilot with over 40 years and 10,000 hours of aviation experience.
With a BS on Electrical Engineering, Doctor LeMieux joined the USAF as a ROTC distinguished graduate. He is a Senior Pilot with over 2500 hours as a combat ready fighter pilot, instructor pilot and commander. While on active duty, Doctor LeMieux simultaneously completed the Masters and PhD degrees both ground based and airborne UAS Sense & Avoid (SAA) systems. He is a co-author in Electrical Engineering.
Doctor LeMieux has over 20 years of experience in program management, systems engineering and test and evaluation for AEW, fighter and tactical data link acquisition programs. He has experience with research, development, technology transfer, integration and flight test and evaluation. He has consulted on numerous airspace issues for the US Federal Aviation Administration, Air Force, Army, Navy, NASA, DARPA and all major defense contractors.
Doctor LeMieux is currently working with the FAA sponsored RTCA Special Committee 203 on legislative and airspace issues related to integrating unmanned air systems into US National Airspace. He is a National Expert and has authored a technical paper with the FAA on worldwide spectrum requirements for all US unmanned aircraft (to be presented by the FAA and at the World Radiocommunication Conference in 2012). He has recently contributed to the first FAA Certificate of Authority for a US Army UAS using a ground based SAA solution.
Doctor LeMieux has over 20 years of course development and teaching experience at major Universities and Aviation Schools including; Boston University, University of Maryland, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University and Daniel Webster College. He has taught aeronautical, mechanical and electrical engineering and advanced mathematics courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Doctor LeMieux holds the Airline Transport License and was an airline pilot for Delta Air Lines for over 20 years. He has over 10,000 hours of flying experience with both domestic and international operations. For over 10 years he was the Executive Safety Chairman for the Airline Pilots Association in Washington DC where he was responsible for resolving airline safety issues US National airports
RTCA Special Committee 203 UAS Panel Expert
Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International
Session Chair, International Conference on Embedded Systems and Intelligent Technology (2011)
Session Chair, IEEE National and Intnl Radar Conferences
Senior Member of the IEEE
Reserve Officers Association (Life)
Dandelions, Air Force Association (Life)
Who’s Who in the World, Who’s Who in Engineering
Tau Beta Pi (Honorary Engineering Society)
Eta Kappa Nu (Honorary Electrical Engineering Society)
Kappa Mu Epsilon (Honorary Mathematics Society)