(Not currently seeking employment)
University of Southern California
(September 1994 to present)
Los Angeles, CA 90089
Ph.D. candidate in EE-Systems / Communication Sciences Institute.
MSEE spring 1997, GPA 3.95.
Recipient of USC 3-year All-University Pre-Doctoral Merit Fellowship.
Case Western Reserve University
(September 1979 to May 1984)
Cleveland, OH 44106
Co-op program. BSEE with High Honors in May 1984. GPA 3.7.
University of Southern California (August 1999 to present, part-time)
EE-Systems, Los Angeles, CA 90089-2560
Lab Manager: Associated with the Ultra Wideband Radio Laboratory. Recommend and purchase test equipment. Advise students on RF test matters. Specify and procure an RF anechoic chamber and antenna positioning equipment.
ARINC, Inc. (June 1998 to present, part-time)
El Segundo, CA 90245-3546
Principal Engineer: Analysis/simulation of Global Positioning System receiver performance subject to interference by new Lm waveforms. Established a GPS performance test laboratory. Design of PC-based GPS signal generator using DSP, FPGA.
Northrop B-2 Division (June 1984 to August 1994)
Pico Rivera, CA 90060
Engineering Specialist: RF/radar systems analysis. Design and testing of electronics for a scaled experimental prototype. Phased antenna performance testing and evaluation.
IBM - Federal Systems Division (June-December 1982 and Summer
Owego, NY 13827
Co-op & summer intern: Check-out of RF test equipment. Digital test pattern generation.
General Electric Co. - Lighting Business Group (June-December
Cleveland, OH 44112
Co-op: Research arc lamp electrical behavior.
Age 40. Native U.S. citizen, but born and raised in Europe. Elementary through high school in Lugano, Switzerland (speak French, Italian).
Private pilot, instrument rated (Aero Association of Caltech). Skiing, biking, tennis. Interested in the history of science and mathematics, especially ancient Greek and Renaissance through Newton.
Member of IEEE. Ham (KE6LAH). PC device driver/DOS applications/Windows
applications written in C or C++, assembly.