Aerospace & Mechanical

Jerry L. Lockenour

University of Southern California
Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
Los Angeles, California 90089-1453

Office: OHE 430M
Tel. (213) 740-0496
Fax. (213) 740-8071

Academic rank: Adjunct Professor


Post graduate classes at USC and UCLA
1973 M.S., Mechanical Engineering, The Ohio State University
1967 B.S., Aeronautics, Astronautics and Engineering Science, Purdue University

USC Academic Positions:

2011-: Adjunct Professor, Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering
2010-2011: Part-time lecturer, Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering

Other Professional Positions:

2010-present: Consultant to Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems
2010-present: Consultant to TTTech North America, Inc, Carlsbad, CA
2009-present: Consultant to Gerson Lehrman Group, Inc.
1978-2009: Engineering Director, Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems, El Segundo, CA
1980-1989: Adjunct Professor, Northrop University, Inglewood, CA
1977-1978: Operations Manager, Scott-Preyss Associates, Los Angeles, CA
1975-1977: HiMAT Project Manager, NASA Dryden Flight Research Center
1970-1975: Aerospace Research Engineer, USAF Flight Dynamics Laboratory, Dayton, Ohio
1967-1970: Staff Engineer, North American Aviation, Columbus, Ohio

Selected Publications:

"Future Directions in UAV Systems," NATO RTO Symposium on Intelligent Uninhabited Vehicle Guidance Systems, June 2009.
"Survivability/Reliability and the Unmanned Air Vehicle," Aircraft Survivability Magazine, Summer 2001.
"Simulation as a Fighter Aircraft Design Tool," NATO AGARD Lecture Series No. 153, June 1987.
"Integrated Control and the College Curriculum," American Society for Engineering Education Conference, June 1985
"Application of Flight Controls Technology to Engine Control Systems," NATO AGARD 36th Symposium of the G&C Panel, Conf ProceedingsNo. 349, May 1983.
"Thrust Vectoring/Reversing for Flight Control," SAE Paper, Aerospace Control & Guidance Committee, Mtg # 47, March 1981.
"Guidance and Control Highlights," AIAA Aerospace America magazine, Dec. 1980.
"RPRV Research: Focus on HiMAT, Astronautics and Aeronautics," AIAA Magazine, April 1976.
"The Effects of Buffet and Other Transonic Phenomena on maneuvering Combat Aircraft," AGARD Advisory Report-82.
"Flying Qualities Considerations in Initial Design," AFFDL-FGC-TM-74-222, Nov 1974.

Professional Societies:

American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics, Associate Fellow
National Defense Industries Association

Honors and Awards:

Purdue University, Outstanding Aerospace Engineer, 2001
NATO RTO, UAV Intelligent Autonomy Symposium, Keynote Speech, June 2009
AFRL/ML Metals Affordability Initiative, Executive Council, 2000 and 2001
AFRL/VA Fixed Wing Vehicle Leadership Team Member, 1997 to 2001
AIAA National Committee on Guidance and Control, 1980-1984
Chairman, AIAA National Guidance and Control Conference, 1984
AIAA Associate Fellow, March 1981
Instructor, Aircraft Design Short Course, University of Dayton
Instructor, Flight Control System Design, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, ROC
Lecturer, AGARD Lecture Series 153, Integrated Design of Advanced Fighters, 1987
NASA Aeronautics Advisory Committee, 1988-1994
NASA/USAF X-29 Advisory Committee, 1988-1992
Purdue University, School of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Industrial Advisory Council
Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honoraria
Sigma Gamma Tau Engineering Honoraria
Professional Engineering Certificates for California and Ohio

Courses Taught:

AME 459, Flight Mechanics
AME 532a, Flight Vehicle Stability & Control
AME 599, Modern Topics in Aero Design
ISE 545, Technology Development & Implementation

Recent Professional Development Activities:

Member, Aerospace and Guidance Systems Committee

Jerry L. Lockenour