Irene Gregory Senior Technologist, Advanced Control Theory and Application NASA Langley Research Center


Irene Gregory

Dr. Irene M. Gregory is NASA Senior Researcher for Advanced Control Theory and Applications. Her current interests are in the areas of robust autonomous systems, self-aware vehicle intelligent contingency management, acoustically-aware vehicles, and resilient control for advanced, unconventional configurations with particular focus on Advanced Air Mobility and autonomous cargo. Previously, Dr. Gregory’s research spanned all flight regimes from low subsonic to hypersonic speeds, and included advanced control for aircraft and launch vehicles, aeroelasticity, fluidic control effectors, and autonomous vehicles.  Her research has been documented in over 100 technical publications in peer-reviewed journals and conferences, and in numerous invited lectures and presentations.

Dr. Gregory is an Associate Fellow of the AIAA, a senior member of IEEE and IFAC, serves on IEEE Control Systems Society Aerospace Control Technical Committee and on IFAC Aerospace Control Technical Committee. She is an emeritus member of the AIAA Guidance, Navigation and Control Technical Committee and a former member of the AIAA Intelligent Systems Technical Committee.