Selected by NASA as one of nine Early Career Faculty at US Universities for Space Tech Research

Professor Bai is selected by NASA as one of nine Early Career Faculty at US Universities for Space Tech Research.

Xiaoli Bai, Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey

A Holistic Bayesian Framework for Intelligent Calibration of Constellations of Sensors

Bai aims to enable autonomous space sensor calibration, both individually and collectively as a sensing network. This capability will provide richer information at higher resolutions than using an individual sensor on one spacecraft.

(See the NASA news: NASA Selects Early Career Faculty at US Universities for Space Tech Research)

Through the agency’s Space Technology Research Grants program, NASA has selected nine university-led research proposals to study early-stage technologies. The grants allow untenured, assistant professors early in their careers to lend their expertise and help identify and mature capabilities of interest to NASA.

Through the Early Career Faculty (ECF) solicitation, NASA’s Space Technology Research Grants program awards grants to accredited U.S. universities on behalf of outstanding faculty researchers early in their careers. The grants sponsor research in specific high-priority areas of interest to America’s space program. We very much look forward to working on this project with our collaborators and NASA colleagues.

Thank you NASA, for recognizing our proposal! We very much look forward to working on this project with our collaborators and NASA colleagues.


See also: Rutgers news “Prof. Xiaoli Bai receives NASA Early Career Faculty Award

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Prof. Xiaoli Bai
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I’m an Associate Professor in the department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Rutgers. My research interests include astrodynamics; SSA; spacecraft GNC; space robotics; UAV navigation and control.

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