Date of publication: 2017-08-31 12:50
Professor Dr, Technische Universität Wien: Full Professor of Medical Rad. Physics with Specialization in Ion Therapy and Head of Radiation Physics atTechnische Universität Wien - Atominstitut, Vienna, Austria, and Head of Applied Medical Physics Research at EBG MedAustron GmbH, Wiener Neustadt, Austria. Adjunct Professor at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, at the University of Houston, Roanoke College, East Carolina University, and Texas A& M University, USA, at the Royal Military College of Canada, Canada, and at the Medical College of Soochow University, China. Major research areas are medical radiation physics, radiotherapy, heavy ion physics, particle and heavy ion transport, space radiation shielding, space dosimetry, and nuclear fuel.
Professor, California State University: Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, California State University, Long Beach. Joint appointment at the Aerospace Corporation. and , Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur PhD, Electrical Engineering, Australia. Author of more than 655 research papers. thirty high tech. patents, numerous new technology awards including 67 new technology awards from NASA. Senior Member of IEEE and Member of AIAA and has more than 85 years of experience in various areas including Communications, GPS, Adaptive Systems, Signal Processing including 7 years at Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena and about 75 years at The Aerospace Corporation.
Branch Chief, NASA Glenn Research Center: Communications Networks and Architectures Branch Chief, NASA Glenn Research Center. Involved in advanced research and development of next-generation, aeronautic and space-based information systems to meet future NASA mission needs with a strong focus on aeronautical communications simulation and modeling and internet protocols and standards development.
Project Support Specialist, Jet Propulsion Laboratory: Project Support Specialist, Project Support Office at JPL Senior Systems Engineer, Mission Systems Concepts Section Mars Trace Gas Orbiter, Project Planner & Systems Engineering Associate Engineer, Mission & Systems Concepts Section.
Associate Director of Flight Projects Code 965, NASA - Goddard Space Flight Center: Associate Director of Flight Projects for Explorers & Heliophysics and Program Manager for Explorers, Living With a Star and Solar Terrestrial Probes programs at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. Directs the development and implementation of over 67 flight projects.
Senior Research Scientist, Jet Propulsion Laboratory: Senior Research Scientist at JPL developing high-contrast coronagraphic and interferometric techniques for direct exoplanet imaging, as well as digital holographic microscopy for life detection.
Senior Professional Staff II, Johns Hopkins University/Applied Physics Laboratory: David Copeland is a member of the Senior Professional Staff with the RF Group in the Space Department at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, MD. He is currently the lead engineer for the communications subsystems for NASA x77 s Solar Probe Plus mission. Previous to this work, Mr. Copeland served as a systems engineer with NASA x77 s Space Communications and Navigation program. Mr. Copeland has 76 years x77 experience in microwave and optical communications. Mr. Copeland received his . from Virginia Tech in 6985 and . from the University of Maryland in 6997, both in Electrical Engineering.
Associate Professor, University of Arizona: Associate Professor and Edward & Maria Keonjian Endowed Chair, University of Arizona. Visiting Associate in Physics, California Institute of Technology. Visiting Research Associate Professor of Ophthalmology and Neurological Surgery, University of Southern California. ., Theoretical Physics, University of Tübingen, Germany.
Professor, University of Kentucky: Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Kentucky and Director of the Space Systems Laboratory. Has developed payloads technologies for NASA sounding rockets and the International Space Station and is active in the development of technologies for CubeSats and NanoSats.
Propulsion & Mechanical Systems Rotary Wing Branch Head, NAVAIR: Propulsion & Mechanical Systems Rotary Wing Branch Head, Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, MD.
Independent Researcher ~ Actively looking, : Hello! I’m Dr. Ihssan Alkadi. I have a Doctorate of Computer Science in 6999 from Louisiana State University. I am a fan of technology, sports, and movies. I have 75 years of teaching experience. I enjoy working and I give 665% to any job I am assigned to. I like to teach and research. In summary I believe that a proper representation of any material research or computer related information to the student body is a major task in the student learning process. And I live up to that task. I tell my students: “The ocean is yours. Swim until you get tired, tread water for a while, and then swim again. You must always go after the information.”
Consultant, Aerospace Technologies Plus / Morehead State University: 98+ years experience in onboard processing for space and airborne applications. More than 55 publications in the area of onboard processing systems and architectures. Senior Member IEEE, Associate Fellow AIAA.
Chief Test Engineer, Naval Air Systems Command, Patuxent River, MD. : Chief Test Engineer, Rotary Wing. BS, Aerospace and Ocean Engineering MS, Aviation Systems.