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Skilled Researcher experienced in management, strategy, and consulting in the technology sector. Recently named Outstanding Researcher of the Year and awarded a US patent for an underwater vehicle pumpjet propulsor. Consistently exhibits leadership qualities while enhancing teamwork to achieve stated goals. Expertise programming in Fortran, C/C++, and Visual Basic.
DEFENSE DEVELOPMENT (DD), Malibu, California, 1994 – Present
Senior Researcher/Team Chief, Naval Systems Development Center (2000 – Present)
- Oversee hydrodynamic modeling team that designs underwater vehicle propulsors and simulates the flow around vehicles.
- Manage activities involved in evaluating, manufacturing, and planning of new projects.
- Supervised software development for the turbulent flow simulation around a pumpjet.
- Chosen as Outstanding Researcher of the Year, 2001.
- Awarded US patent #011566 for an underwater vehicle pumpjet propulsor, 2001.
- Initiated a $7.3 million construction project to develop underwater vehicle test facilities.
- Lowered the noise level of the advanced marine propulsor by 5 dB by directing, defining, and implementing a $1.3 million development project.
- Developed US’s first pumpjet analysis code.
Researcher / Team Chief, Naval Systems Development Center (1998 – 1999)
- Oversaw the submarine and torpedo pumpjet development project.
- Administered a $700,000 submarine model test program in the Direction des Centres d’Expertise et d’Essais, Ministere de la Defense, France.
- Received the Defense Science Award, 1999.
- Achieved cost-savings of nearly $10 million by facilitating and executing a submarine and torpedo pumpjet development project.
- Designed the New Light Weight Torpedo (X-741) and Heavy Weight Torpedo (X-731) pumpjets, supervising the manufacturing process.
Researcher, Naval Systems Development Center (1994 – 1997)
- Administered a $1.1 million dollar torpedo model test program at the Naval Surface Warfare Center, United States Navy.
- Led the operation and training program for the rapid prototyping machine (SLA-250, 3D Systems, Inc.) enabling engineers to use the SLA-250 for their own projects.
- Doubled work efficiency by creating a propulsor software package to automate the design, analysis, 3-D modeling, and manufacturing inspection process.
- Corrected unwanted pressure distribution and facilitated measurement of uneven pressure distribution by designing pumpjet analysis software using the boundary element method.
- Developed wake-adapted design tool for underwater vehicle pumpjets.
INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY, Los Angeles, California
Master of Science in Naval Architecture & Ocean Engineering (GPA: 4.03/4.3), 1994
- Thesis: “The Estimation of Hydrodynamic Derivatives by the Parallel Processing of 2nd Order Filter.”
Bachelor of Science, Naval Architecture, 1992