job announcement number: don 1712
clearance: top secret
naval research laboratory 0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000
grade: np iii; last promotion: n/a
hours worked weekly: 40 hours
salary: $ 113,218.00 annually
supervisor's name: edward n. khoury xxx-xxx-xxxx
permission to contact: yes
continue a 15+ year career as a successful electronics engineer.
chosen to plan and administrate a $1mm annual budget for the integration techniques section.
able to engage in hr and personnel management duties including interviewing and hiring new government and contractor employees.
manage, supervise, lead, and/or performing professional engineering and scientific work involving electronic circuits, circuit elements, equipment, systems, and associated phenomena concerned with electromagnetic or acoustical wave energy or electrical information for purposes such as communication, computation, sensing, control, measurement, and navigation.
teach students the fundamentals of calculus including differential and integral calculus.
generate and/or apply theories, principles, practical concepts, processes, and systems related to the science of electronics engineering and the traditional engineering science disciplines (e.g., mechanical and chemical); physical science disciplines (e.g., chemistry and physics); and advanced mathematics, computer science, and economics.
research, develop, test, evaluate, operate, maintain, decommission, and/or direct the fabrication, manufacture, and installation of electronic devices used in diverse technologies such as naval vessels, and a broad range of products such as computer systems, navigational systems, programmable logic controls, sensors, magnetic imaging systems, and defense systems.
performed work typically involving electromagnetic energy transmission for purposes such as sensor processing, remote sensing, communications, guidance and control, information processing, and defense work.
analyze and study performance requirements against an array of diverse considerations, such as: safety and human factors engineering; technical risks; functionality; reliability; failure analysis; quality assurance; maintainability; affordability of each system and device; and impact on the environment.
work on electronic systems and devices including: satellites; communication systems, including radios and antenna systems; navigation systems, including global positioning systems; simulators; acoustical measurement systems; industrial robots; radar and sonar systems; tracking and scheduling systems; weapon systems, including target systems; data acquisition systems and control systems for test operations; display systems; diagnostic systems (e.g., magnetic resonance imaging and computerized axial tomography scan); and automated logistics systems.
significant accomplishments / projects
ø successfully launched an innovative particle filter based approach to improve the tracking of low-elevation targets in multipath; acquired a 4-year grant from nrl research advisory council.
ø achieved the feat of having the production and rollout of a novel pulse repetition interval (pri) tracker used in navy electronic warfare applications published as a classified document entitled robust tracking of unknown pri sequences using kalman filters and won the alan berman research publication award (2000).
ø stood as section head for the integration techniques section (code 5741) from 2003 to 2007 and oversaw the success of the advanced sensor netting technology (asnt) program at nrl.
ø developed algorithms for integrating electronic surveillance (es) data sensors into a distributed peer-to-peer network. drafted statements of work for the asnt algorithm development and evaluation tasks. delivered progress reports and briefings during asnt technical interchange meetings with onr and jhu/apl.
ø secured research funding for a proposal titled particle filters for multipath mitigation .
ø participated as the us representative on the nato sci-136 technical panel on multi-national network-centric integration for optimum hard-kill and ew performance . contributed to the final report by documenting an analysis of swg-4 data using the mhc tracker.
ø entrusted to assume the position of peer reviewer for several nrl ew division publications.
highest education: doctor of science
doctor of science, major: operations research; concentration stochastic modeling, 2002
the george washington university, washington, dc
63 quarter hours, gpa 3.9
master of science in electrical engineering, 1982
university of detroit, detroit, michigan
30 quarter hours, gpa 3.9
bachelor of science in electrical engineering, 1979
lawrence institute of technology, southfield, michigan
85 quarter hours, gpa 4.0
project management principles , july 2007.
leadership and communication skills for project managers , september 2007.
requirements for esm-radar integration, yyyyyy x. yyyyyy, edward n. khoury, and keunha
lee, nrl formal report, may 2008.
robust tracking of unknown pri sequences using kalman filters volume i: background
and theory, yyyyyy x. yyyyyy, e.n.khoury, and steven peters, nrl formal report, june 2000.
robust tracking of unknown pri sequences using kalman filters volume ii:
implementation and results, yyyyyy x. yyyyyy, e.n.khoury, and steven peters, nrl memorandum report, march 2000.
kalman filter predictor and initialization algorithm for pri tracking, yyyyyy x. yyyyyy, naval
research lab formal report, nrl/fr/5740-98-9887, june 1998.
advanced esm angle tracker: volume iii- developer s guide, khoury en; hock m; weber
be; fletcher c; cherdak b, nrl memorandum report, september 1997.
outstanding performance rating contribution awards: september 2001, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008.
- alan berman research publication award for a classified paper, march 2000 (co-author).
- a technology transfer/special act award (co-recipient) for transition of the nrl es tracking and control system to the aiews/sly-(2) contractor, 1999.
- volunteer instructor at the us naval academy; taught calculus i; fall 2008.
- elementary school tutor, naval research laboratory community outreach program.
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