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CREOL Alum: Arnold Daniels

Education
1994 PhD in Electrical Engineering, advisor: Glenn D. Boreman
1989 MSc in Electrical Enfineering at University of Tel-Aviv
1987 BSc in Electrical Engineering at Israel Institute of Technology
1984 BSc in Electro-Mechanical Engineering at University Autonomous of Mexico

Employment
Current Position: Sr. Electro-Optical & Infrared Systems Engineer, Lockheed Martin Corp. - Missiles & Fire Control
2003 - 2007: Sr. Electro-Optical & Infrared Systems Engineer, Boeing-SVS
 
Awards & Honors
1995 Rudolf Kingslake Medal and Price
 
Biography

Arnold Daniels, Ph.D. is a senior lead engineer with extensive experience in the conceptual definition of advance infrared (IR), optical, and electro-optical (EO) systems. His background consists of technical contributions to applications for direct energy weapon systems, infrared search & track, thermal imaging as well as ISR systems. Other technical expertise include infrared radiometry, performance specification of thermal-imaging systems, thermographic nondestructive testing, stray light analysis, optical design, precision optical alignment, adaptive optics, Fourier analysis, image processing, and data acquisition systems. He is presently developing electro-optical and infrared sensor systems for aerospace and defense applications.

 
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