Massachusetts Institute of Technology June 2006
S.B. in Aerospace Engineering, Minor in Science, Technology & Society 3.8 GPA
IEEE Continuing Education, Radar Technology for the New Millennium, Dr. Eli Brookner Winter 2007
Investigated basic & advanced topics in present technology & techniques as well as future trends of radar design.
MIT Lincoln Laboratory Technical Education Program, Signal Processing for BMD January 2009 – April 2009
Examination of Signal Processing involved in Ballistic Missile Defense from ascent phase characterization to kill assessment and post intercept discrimination.
Active Security Clearance Since 2006
MATLAB Programming, Windows & Unix at MIT, Raytheon & BAE Systems: simulation & analysis tools 7+Years
C++ Programming, Windows Environment at High School & iD Tech Computer Camps 2 Years
Real-time JAVA, Unix Environment at MIT: multi-user networked flight simulator with joystick inputs 1 Year
ADA Programming, Windows Environment at MIT: introduction to programming for aerospace applications 1 Year
FORTRAN Programming, Unix Environment at BAH: development of ESAMS tool and related analysis 1 Year
Booz Allen Hamilton April 2011 – August 2012
Senior Electrical Engineer – Associate
Senior member of Lexington Modeling & Simulation team, implemented to support M&S needs of Hanscom AFB.
Conducted analytical studies of radar performance and aircraft survivability, primarily using the Enhanced Surface-to-Air Missile Simulation (ESAMS) tool. Customized analysis tools to meet the needs of the government customer, and making those improved tools and methodologies available to the customer for future utilization.
Developed additional sensor models and capabilities for inclusion in the official government releases of the ESAMS, including the enhanced fidelity model of the AN/TPS-75 radar in support of an Air Force AoA. In addition to modeling currently operational sensors, also worked to model proposed and theoretical sensors or sensor improvements.
Supported marketing efforts to capture new business for Decision Analytics business group in a new geographic market, as well as applications of existing tools to previously unexplored avenues such as the effects of wind farm development on existing strategic radar installations.
BAE Systems October 2008 – February 2010
Lead Systems Engineer
On contract to MIT Lincoln Laboratory, primarily conducted flight test analysis for the Missile Defense Elements Group (36) within the Air and Missile Defense Technology Division (3). Flight Tests participated in included Caravan 2, FTG-05 FTX-04, FTT-10, Stellar Avenger, Stellar Cerberus, and Stellar Raicho.
Conducted post mission sensor interoperability and communications analysis as part of DAG/NABIT of numerous flight test involving AEGIS BMD capabilities, including test of new system builds and integration with allied systems.
Also assisted with the ST&E squad’s work on missions determining data products necessary to conduct pre and post mission analysis based on changing flight test design and participants as well as new mission specific objectives.
Participated in the Discrimination Working Group, meeting regularly to discuss developments in the tools and methodology currently being employed to improve our discrimination analysis and simulation across MIT/LL Groups.
Conducted preliminary analysis of flight test design & sensor location based on test requirements & sensor capabilities.
Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems August 2006 – June 2008
Prepared and delivered multiday presentations addressing progress of discrimination database development process for Technical Integration Meetings and Working Group Meetings with contributors from across the discrimination community.
Worked as part of a team to develop a robust and adaptable discrimination database with an established process for the inclusion of new threats with minimal turnaround time. Involved modification and customization of clustering algorithms, assessment of feature sets and clusters for optimization, and performance analysis of end-to-end scenario simulation using standard MATLAB tools as well as proprietary simulation and analysis programs.
A member of the CONOPS Integration testing for the SBX missile defense radar, simulating and analyzing scenarios with a wide range of conditions, including interceptor and kill assessment tasks, using in-house MATLAB tools.
Supported flight test events in the field on SBX, providing pre-mission MATLAB analysis as well as conducting on sight analysis for the 24 hour report immediately following the flight test.
Further supported development & deployment of the SBX as part of the Ground-based Mid-course Defense System.
MIT Wright Brothers Wind Tunnel Winter 2006
Wind Tunnel Operator & Research Assistant
Operated Wind Tunnel for corporate customers conducting research on the aerodynamics of a new aircraft model.
Assisted with experimental setup and data collection, including manufacture and modification of test apparatus.
Conducted preliminary analysis of data with Microsoft Excel.
General Electric Corporate Summer 2005
Intern – Technical Entry Programs
Assisted with the administration of the Operations Management Leadership Program (OMLP).
Developed curriculum and progress monitoring tools for Supply Chain engineers in OMLP.
Engineering Design & Rapid Prototyping Winter 2005
Teaching Assistant – MIT
Assisted in instruction with professor and oversaw and organized all laboratory sessions for students.
Designed and manufactured “staff project,” a rear spoiler for a Formula SAE style race car.
Tools utilized included CAD modeling (Solidworks), CAE finite element analysis (Cosmosworks), CAM & CNC manufacturing (OMAX Layout/Make), and topology optimization (MATLAB).
MIT Sloan Career Development Office Winter 2004 – Spring 2006
Assisted recruiting effort from top-ranked world companies by handling and reviewing MBA resumes.
Provided professional feedback to questions from company representatives, MBA faculty, and students.
iD Tech Computer Camps Summer 2004
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Instructor
Taught Introductory C++ Programming and Basic Robotics to large groups of 10-17 year olds.
Customized and revamped the existing curriculum for all MIT counselors.
MIT Mars Gravity Biosatellite Project Spring 2003
Undergraduate Research Assistant (UROP)
Researched hind limb suspension techniques for weightlessness simulation in mice.
Contributed to laboratory presentation and publication.
Norwalk River Rowing Association Summer 2002 & 2003
Coach, Summer Program
Coached all levels of youth and adult rowers; supervised the racing team summer training program.
Emergency Medical Technician-B & MIT Student EMS 2003 – Present
Volunteer Senior Alpine Patroller, National Ski Patrol, Mad River Glen Ski Area, Vermont 2001 – Present
Spearheaded a community service initiative advocating for the local government to adopt applications of environmentally friendly wastewater technology to address community needs, Weston, Connecticut Fall 1998 – 2000
The Sky is Falling, Weston Magazine No. 11 Spring 2004
The Inventor Next Door, Weston Magazine No. 21 Fall 2005
deWeck et al, “Engineering Design and Rapid Prototyping,” 1st Annual CDIO Conference, Kingston, ON June 2005
Greater Boston Pistol League, Bullseye Pistol Competition, Ranked Shooter 2009 – Present
United States Parachuting Association, A Licensed Skydiver 2008 – Present
Hawk Flying Club, Lawrence, Massachusetts, Student Pilot & member of the Board of Directors June 2007 – Present
MIT Flying Club, Law & Liability Committee Member, Student Pilot 2006 – 2009
Theta Xi Housing Corporation, Board of Directors, Corporation Treasurer, Trustee April 2006 – Present
MIT Freshman Lightweight Crew Captain, Varsity Heavyweight 2002 – 2003
MIT Mission 2006, Undergraduate project to quantify & preserve the diversity of the Amazon Rainforest 2002 –2003
Young American Award, Western Connecticut Retired Officers Association 2002
Lemelson-MIT High School Invention Apprenticeship Finalist 2001
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