Dr. Andrew J. Kornecki SPRING 2016 Schedule    

Department of Electrical, Computer, Software and System Engineering

 

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

 

600 S. Clyde Morris Blvd

 

Daytona Beach, FL 32114

 

Office:

LB 355

 

Voice:

386-226-6455      end_of_the_skype_highlighting

Fax:

386-226-6678

E-mail:

kornecka@erau.edu

Follow the links below for more

         Current Class (Canvas login)

         Resume (short bio below)

         Publications

         DeSIRE^2 FIPSE Project

         FAA research

         ERAU Real-Time Server (in works)

         Guidant Program (terminated)

         Tool Forum Presentations

         Student Projects

* Flexible hours by appointment, communicate on e-mail to kornecka@erau.edu (often in LB374)

activity

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

Office Hours*

BB and e-mail

10:00-11:00

11:00-12:30

10:00-11:00

11:00-12:30

 

University

 

12:30-14:00

12:30-14:00

 

Research

13:30-15:00 NEAR

 

15:00-16:30 NEAR

Class

CEC450 9:45-11:00

CEC450 9:45-11:00

 


Teaching and doing research, while completing MSEE and PhD degrees, with the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow, Poland (1970-1980). Subsequently he taught at Garyounes University in Benghazi, Libya (1980-1983) and the University of Kentucky in Lexington, KY (1983-1985). Joined ERAU faculty in 1985 doing research and teaching a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses: computer programming, computer organization (digital logic and microprocessors), discrete structures, modeling and simulation, real-time systems, performance analysis, software safety. In 1988 supervised the first group of students developing application software for the Air Science Simulation Laboratory. Contributed to research on Intelligent Simulation Training System and served as a visiting researcher with the Operations Research Service of the Federal Aviation Administration (1992). He has been involved in activities of the Society for Computer Simulation, including serving on SCS Board of Directors. Served on university committees including chairing of the Faculty Senate Research Committee. In 1995, resulting from the National Science Foundation ILI grant designed and implemented ERAU Real-Time Laboratory. A member of RTCA SC190, SC205, and SC216 committees dedicated to aviation software safety, security certification and of the IFAC Technical Committee on ATC Automation. Since 1998 engaged in the Guidant Project working on testing and certification issues for real-time embedded systems. Invited to serve on the Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems of National Academy of Sciences Committee on Aging Avionics in Military Aircraft. On sabbatical working with Guidant CRM, St.Paul, MN (after merger Boston Scientific), IMTAS and HUMTECH in Washington D.C. contributing to real-time safety critical software training for the FAA Certification Services. With support from the FAA worked as the PI on Assessment of Development Tools for Safety Critical Real-time Systems producing research report, on Tool Evaluation for Complex Electronic Hardware, and as Co-PI on Flight Regime Recognition for Health Usage and Monitoring Systems. In collaboration with three European universities ha has been leading the FIPSE (US Department of Education) sponsored programs: on International Learning Environment for Real-Time (completed) and on Dependable Systems International Research and Educational Experience (website: DeSIRE^2).