Jacob Campbell

Jacob Campbell is a senior electronics engineer in the Air Force Research Laboratory, Reference Systems Branch at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.

He received his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Ohio University. 

Currently, Campbell manages several Air Force navigation efforts, is the technical representative for DARPA’s cold atom inertial research, and serves as team lead for automated aerial refueling navigation technologies.

Jacob Campbell is a senior electronics engineer in the Air Force Research Laboratory, Reference Systems Branch at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.

He received his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Ohio University. 

Currently, Campbell manages several Air Force navigation efforts, is the technical representative for DARPA’s cold atom inertial research, and serves as team lead for automated aerial refueling navigation technologies.

Campbell continues to be active in the ION serving on the council and participating in the local section as past local chair and past chair of the lawnmower competition.

His research interests include navigation in GPS-degraded environments.