Mary Stringer-Research & Development Engineer
Mary Stringer joined AAG as a Research and Development Engineer in 2012. She is currently the lead engineer on the AAG-NASA contract for Aircraft Stability and Control: Design, Analysis, and Handling Qualities Assessment for the Low Boom Flight Demonstration project and the QueSST aircraft under the NASA Commercial Supersonic Technology program. Mary received her BS in Electrical Engineering from the United States Naval Academy in 2005 and her MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Florida in 2008. She expects to complete her PhD in Aerospace Engineering from Old Dominion University in the near future. Her past work experience includes time as an active duty naval officer (Aviation Maintenance Duty Officer), as well as a civil servant engineer for the navy working in the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command- Atlantic. She is a licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Maryland and is a member of AIAA, ACGSC and IEEE. Her research interests include nonlinear control theory, atmospheric flight dynamics and analytical nonlinear system modeling. Outside of work she enjoys running, tennis and traveling the world.