-Purdue University, West lafayette (Electrical Technolog)
-Purdue University, West lafayette (Master's)
AAS - University of Central Florida (EdD)
I am a retired electrical engineer, formally working with Lockheed Martin Space Systems at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. As an electrical engineer, I have extensive design experience, and have received (as a co-engineer) 17 design patents on biomedical, computer architecture, and advanced security access equipment. I have worked with the Space Shuttle program, and the US Navy Fleet Ballistic Missile Program. I am currently pursuing to be ordained as a Conservative Rabbi.
I have been involved with Electrical Engineering for over 58 years, in the design field. I also have considerable experience with computer design (having designed several Data General computers, and I also have design experience in ASIC technology. I have been licensed as an amateur radio operator since 1958, and earned a commercial 1st radio telephone license
I have previously taught high school and middle school sciences, stressing correct grammar in all formal reports. I am currently participating in Rabbinical training, and have had formal coursework in Biblical Hebrew, German, and Japanese. Grammar understanding is critical to understanding any language.
I have programmed in advanced languages and at assembler level. I also taught AutoCAD, and OrCAD schematic capture and Microsoft Office suites.
I was very fortunate, having attended one of the finest academic high schools in Philadelphia (Central High Class 224). There was nothing that could not be done while in high school, including building a working cyclotron, building and launching high performance rockets, and participating in the school amateur radio club. I am an experiential teacher - subjects should be taught "hands on". All subjects have interrelationships, and understanding should be always taken from a multi-perspective basis. I am a retired electrical engineer, formally working with Lockheed Martin Space Systems at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. As an electrical engineer, I have extensive design experience, and have received (as a co-engineer) 17 design patents on biomedical, computer architecture, and advanced security access equipment. I have worked with the Space
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In my previous position, I used AutoCAD extensively for all drawings that were submitted to technical publications. I also taught AutoCAD in the '90s for 3 years.
I started my "career" in electronics at the age of 10 when I earned my amateur radio license. I continued to excel by earning my FCC 1st Class Radio Telephone license (with Ships Radar Endorsement at age 16. I worked in broadcast engineering part time since that time. I joined the Navy and specialized in computer installation, repair, and programming between 18 and 25. I then earned a BSEE at Purdue University as a Naval NESEP student. I worked for Data General Corporation, designing Nova 3, Nova 4, Eclipse S-140 Super-Minicomputers. I also designed several custom IC's. I have contributed in 18 design patents dealing with advanced security access programmed in the entoe