Parks Faculty

Kyle Mitchell, Ph.D.,<br/>Associate Professor

Kyle Mitchell, Ph.D.,
Associate Professor

Associate Professor

(314) 977-8301

Ph.D. Computer Engineering
University of Missouri – Rolla

M.S. Electrical Engineering
University of Missouri – Rolla

B.S. Electrical Engineering
University of Missouri - Rolla

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Research Interests

Dr. Mitchell’s research interests include power computer modeling and design, aircraft flight monitoring, and civil infrastructure monitoring.

Below is a list of Kyle Mitchell’s selected publications. For more information on each publication, please visit the Parks College Publication Database.

Printed Archival Peer-Reviewed Journals
  • Jayaram, S., Boyer, L., George, J., Ravindra, K., Mitchell, K., “Project-Based Introduction to Aerospace Engineering Course: A Model Rocket”, Acta Astronautica, 66(9-10), pp. 1525 – 1533, 2010. DOI: 10.1016/j.actaastro.2009.10.038
Conference Abstracts
  • Fonda, J., Watkins, S., Mitchell, K., Student Design and Engineering of Pre-school and Primary School Resource, 38th Midwest Section Conference of the American Society for Engineering Education, 2003.
In Proceedings
  • Amaravadi, V.K., Mitchell, K., Rao, V.S., Derriso, M., “Structural integrity monitoring of composite patch repairs using wavelet analysis and neural networks”, Proc. SPIE 4701, Smart Structures and Materials 2002: Smart Structures and Integrated Systems, 156 (July 12, 2002); DOI: 10.1117/12.474655.
  • Mitchell, K., Rao, V., Pottinger, H., “Lessons Learned About Wireless Technologies for Data Acquisition”, Proc. SPIE 4700, Smart Structures and Materials 2002: Smart Electronics, MEMS, and Nanotechnology, 331-341 (July 10, 2002); DOI: 10.1117/12.475047 

Center for Sensors & Sensor Systems (CSSS)

The purpose of the center is to provide specialized technological research and development in the area of sensor and sensor systems design and integration.

The mission of the center is to lead multi-disciplinary efforts focused on the systemic development and evaluation of sensor systems aiding in the creation of automated safety and security applications. The goal of these efforts is to design, implement, and evaluate such embedded systems as solutions to emerging needs, and to disseminate these solutions as widely as possible through research, publication, education, training, and consulting.