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Dr. Jennifer Bonniwell

Milwaukee School of Engineering
Assistant Professor
Dr. Jennifer L. Bonniwell joined the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department faculty at the Milwaukee School of Engineering as an assistant professor in 2016. Dr. Bonniwell is one of the core instructors to teach control systems and frequently teaches the sequence of digital logic courses. Both topics involve the use of sensor technology; feedback control systems rely on sensors to provide desired system responses.

Dr. Bonniwell has several publications in the control systems community. Many of her publications examine inherent properties of the extended Kalman filter and its variants. She also has publications on engineering education in the proceedings of the IEEE Frontiers in Educations conference and the American Society for Engineering Educators (ASEE) Annual Conference. She was elected as the secretary and treasurer for the ASEE Electrical and Computer Engineering Division and is the faculty advisor for the IEEE student chapter.

Dr. Bonniwell earned her bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the Milwaukee School of Engineering in 2008 and earned master’s degree in electrical engineering from Marquette University in 2009 specializing in control systems. After earning her master’s degree, she began working for Northrop Grumman in Redondo Beach, CA where she worked on multiple teams designing digital systems. Dr. Bonniwell returned to academia in 2013 to work towards her Ph.D., which she earned from Marquette University in 2016 with a specialization in control systems and estimation.

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