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Who am I?

Professional Overview:

I’m Robert Love.  I am currently a graduate student at the University of Florida working at Dr. Rick Lind’s Flight Control Lab.  My publication information is found in my C.V. below.

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Curriculum Vitae

I’m on LinkedIN, Facebook, and Twitter.  Please only add me on LinkedIN if you are a current or former colleague.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions or feedback you may have by leaving a comment or e-mailing ornithoptersresearch@gmail.com

Journal Publications

Conference Publications

Research and Career Highlights

University of Florida: Flight Control Lab (AFOSR MURI/UF Alumni Fellowship), Dr. Rick Lind

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Identification of Aeroservoelastic Models for Flapping Wings

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Wavelet Analysis with Pattern Recognition for Various Signals (Flapping Deformations, Deflections, Ground Vibration Tests, Stock Prices, Music, Matlab/Python/Java)

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Wavelet Transfer Functions (Magnitude and Phase Relationships for Time-Variant Systems)

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Digital Image Correlation of Flapping Wings: Static Air and Wind Tunnel (Mechanism by Pin Wu)

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Laser Doppler Vibrometer Testing of Carbon Fiber/Membrane Wings


Solar Ray: A Solar-Powered, Bio-Mimetic Unmanned Underwater Vehicle

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Onboard Video of Flapping Wing Ornithopter (Ifly Vamp with Larger Wings)

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3D Modeling and Surface Reconstruction from a set of images with Voxel Coloring: Paper

Multiple Webcam-Based Image Capture System and Image Processing (Matlab/Java/Python): Matlab Code for Sequential Webcam Capture


Biomechanics Characterization (with Dr. Bryan Conrad at UF Sports Performance Center)

Online Community Manager (Hawthorne Reserve, UF-MAE Graduate Engineering Mentorship Program)

Auburn University: AIAA Design, Build, Fly Team, Dr. Gil Crouse

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Aerospace Engineering Senior Design: Co-Led DBF Team Designing High Aspect Ratio Flying Wing, Design Report

Lockheed Martin Aeronautics: F-2 Program, Bradley Hatter

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Production Line Support: Job Rotation throughout F-2 Program. Planning review of spar production: proposed process change capable of saving 6+ hours per composite front spar.  Tested dimensions of problematic fasteners, made useful map of wing locations and learned about aerospace/defense industry.

Auburn University: Adaptive Aerostructures Lab, Dr. Ron Barrett

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Pitch Divergence Suppression of a Subscale Wing-in-Ground-Effect (WIG) Aircraft: Manufactured and tested WIG based on Graham Taylor’s Ekranoplan: Video, Presentation

Auburn Unversity: Materials Engineering Lab, Dr. William F. Gale


Joining of Ferritic Oxide Dispersion Strengthened Alloys (DOE-INEEL): Performed sample manufacture, bonding and creep testing.


Transient  Liquid  Phase  Bonding  of  Sheet  TiAl  Alloys (NASA GRC): Image analysis of superalloy spreading on various substrates with ImagePro Analysis Software.  Developed and implemented novel measurement techniques (manual and automated).

Materials Support for Nuclear Electric Propulsion (NASA Glenn/Boeing-Rocketdyne): Compilation of superalloy property database, sample preparation, and high-temperature bonding and oxidation studies.

Munitions  Delivery  by  Integrated  Groups  of  Biomimetic  Underground Systems (AFRL): Background research comparing features of various fossorial organisms.

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Materials Engineering Senior Design: the DECO System: Robot Capable of Operating in Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide Environment (Budget<$500 for everything w/o VHP Sensor)

Episcopal High School

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Botball 2002, KIPR Robotic Competition: novel ball capture approach helped propel our team to 1st place regionally and 4th place nationally: Video, Awards

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