I currently do RF and microwave design engineering for the ITT Industries Microwave Systems group in Lowell, MA. We specialize in low-phase-noise sources for a wide variety of applications.
I earned my Ph.D. from the University of Colorado at Boulder in Electrical Engineering, where I worked in Zoya Popovic's group. My undergraduate work was at Michigan State University. I have worked in the Radar Systems group at MIT Lincoln Laboratory and the Components Business Unit of M/A-COM.
In between these activities, I have worked in a number of different areas. Recently I worked developing software to implement a novel topology for power amplifiers, which promises to give better efficiency and broader bandwidth than current methods. I worked several summers at the Naval Research Laboratory, both with fiber optics and modeling of microwave devices. I also worked some at the Food and Drug Administration on electrical measurements of membranes and automatic control of instruments.
For more information about me, you can check out my resume or some of my publications.