Dr. Boskovich is an Associate Professor in the Department of Electromechanical Engineering Technology. Prior to joining the Electromechanical Engineering Dept. in Fall of 2015, he was a full time senior research engineer for The Boeing Company for 20 years focusing on advanced processing architectures, navigation and sensor systems for manned unmanned systems, and unmanned autonomous vehicles and systems. While working fulltime in industry, he taught part time in the Electrical Computer Engineering Dept. where he has been actively involved with the Northrop Grumman Collaboration Project for unmanned systems in which Dr. Bhandari, Dr. Aliyazicioglu and Dr. Tang are also involved.
He currently is an active reviewer of journal and conference papers for IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems. His dissertation topic included distributed vehicle to vehicle collaboration algorithms within an Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) framework. Dr. Boskovich has been actively involving undergraduate and graduate students from various departments in his research. His current research interests include developing cooperable and collaborable distributed autonomous control techniques and algorithms for autonomous vehicle and also research for sports motion analytics