James Goppert

James Goppert

Visiting Assistant Professor

Degrees

Ph.D., Purdue University, Aeronautics and Astronautics, 2018
M.S., Purdue University, Aeronautics and Astronautics, 2011
B.S., Purdue University, Aeronautics and Astronautics, 2007

Contact

701 W. Stadium Ave.
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2045


Email: jgoppert@purdue.edu
Webpage: http://web.ics.purdue.edu/~jgoppert

Publications

    [1] John C Gallagher, Eric T Matson, and James Goppert. A provisional approach to maintaining verifi-cation and validation capability in self-adapting robots. In Robotic Computing (IRC), IEEE International Conference on, pages 382–388, . IEEE, 2017.
    [2] James Goppert, Scott Yantek, and Inseok Hwang. Invariant kalman filter application to optical flow based visual odometry for uavs. In Ubiquitous and Future Networks (ICUFN), 2017 Ninth International Conference on, pages 99–104, . IEEE, 2017.
    [3] James M Goppert, Amy R Wagoner, Daniel K Schrader, Shiva Ghose, Yongho Kim, Seongha Park, Mauricio Gomez, Eric T Matson, and Michael J Hopmeier. Realization of an autonomous, air-to-air counter unmanned aerial system (cuas). In Robotic Computing (IRC), IEEE International Conference on, pages 235–240, . IEEE, 2017.
    [4] Mauricio Gomez, Yongho Kim, James Goppert, and Eric T Matson. Using online model checking tech-nique for survivability, evaluating different scenarios on runtime. Procedia Computer Science, 94:404–409, 2016.
    [5] Yongho Kim, Mauricio Gomez, James Goppert, and Eric T Matson. Model checking of a training system using nusmv for humanoid robot soccer. In Robot Intelligence Technology and Applications 3, pages 531–540. Springer, Cham, 2015.
    [6] Benjamin Perseghetti, John Gallagher, James M Goppert, Scott Yantek, Eric Matson, and Inseok Hwang. Optimizing energy efficiency of a flapping robotic bird through application of evolution-ary algorithms. In AIAA infotech@ aerospace, page 1456. 2015.
    [7] James Goppert, John C Gallagher, Inseok Hwang, and Eric Matson. Model checking of a flapping-wing mirco-air-vehicle trajectory tracking controller subject to disturbances. In Robot Intelligence Tech-nology and Applications 2, pages 531–543. Springer, Cham, 2014.
    [8] James Goppert, Andrew Shull, Nandagopal Sathyamoorthy, Weiyi Liu, Inseok Hwang, and Hal Aldridge. Software/hardware-in-the-loop analysis of cyberattacks on unmanned aerial systems. Jour-nal of Aerospace Information Systems, 11(5):337–343, 2014.
    [9] Scott Yantek, James Goppert, Nandagopal Sathyamoorthy, and Inseok Hwang. Analysis of cyberat-tacks on uass in simulation. In Proceedings of the 15th Annual Information Security Symposium, page 35, . CERIAS-Purdue University, 2014.
    [10] James Goppert, Andrew Shull, Nandagopal Sathyamoorthy, and Inseok Hwang. Hardware/software-in-the-loop analysis of cyberattacks on uass. In Proceedings of the 14th Annual Information Security Symposium, page 7, . CERIAS-Purdue University, 2013.
    [11] James M Goppert and Inseok Hwang. Constructing bada models of existing uass from public data and photos using open source tools. In AIAA Modeling and Simulation Technologies (MST) Conference, page 4904, 2013.
    [12] James Goppert, Weiyi Liu, Andrew Shull, Vincent Sciandra, Inseok Hwang, and Hal Aldridge. Nu-merical analysis of cyberattacks on unmanned aerial systems. In Infotech@ Aerospace 2012, page 2437. 2012.
    [13] James Goppert, Andrew Shull, and Inseok Hwang. Unmanned aerial systems cyberattack identi-fication and analysis. In Proceedings of the 13th Annual Information Security Symposium, page 53, . CERIAS-Purdue University, 2012.
    [14] James Goppert, Nathanael Xie Wenyao, and Inseok Hwang. Ardupilotone: Extending the capabilities of the open-source ardupilotmega autopilot system. In Infotech@ Aerospace 2012, page 2500. 2012.
    [15] Alan Kim, Brandon Wampler, James Goppert, Inseok Hwang, and Hal Aldridge. Cyber attack vul-nerabilities analysis for unmanned aerial vehicles. In Infotech@ Aerospace 2012, page 2438. 2012.
    [16] James M Goppert. An adaptable, low cost test-bed for unmanned vehicle systems research. Master’s thesis, Purdue University, 2011.
    [17] Dorothy Byford, James Goppert, and Thomas Gangale. Optimal location of relay satellites for contin-uous communication with mars. In AIAA SPACE 2008 Conference & Exposition, page 7919, 2008.



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