Edward Wilson

Edward Wilson is the President of Intellization, a consulting business applying and extending intelligent systems technologies for optimization in the aerospace and metals industries since 1995. He attended MIT from 1983 to 1987, receiving S.B. degrees in mechanical engineering and physics and an S.M. degree in mechanical engineering. He received his Ph.D. degree in mechanical engineering from Stanford University in 1995, conducting his doctoral research in the Aerospace Robotics Laboratory, and receiving a Ph.D. minor in electrical engineering. Dr. Wilson has worked at Hughes Aircraft Company; at the US Air Force Advanced Electronics Technology Center; as a Professor on a US Navy aircraft carrier (CV-64); as Research Director at Neural Applications Corporation; and as a Visiting Scholar and Lecturer in the Stanford Aero-Astro Department, teaching a course on the modeling and analysis of dynamical systems. Areas of interest and expertise include fault detection and isolation, process optimization, identification, estimation, signal processing, and other applications of advanced data analysis technologies.

Biography Updated on 29 October 2004

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