William W. Chao
Space Systems Fellow
, Sunnyvale, CA
Lockheed Martin Space Systems Fellow, William W. Chao, will present the modern system architecture design methodology and show you how to become an expert in the modern systems engineering process.
About the Speaker
With over thirty years of success in military systems development, system, hardware, and software architecture design, Lockheed Martin
Space Systems Company has recognizes William W. Chao
as an expert in Network Systems Architecture.
expertise covers telecommunication systems, GPS III, ESM and COMINT Systems, satellite command and control, Expert Systems, ATM, Packet and Circuit Switches, Mobile Wireless Networks, C3 for the MX Missile System, and the Telephone Network System.
has taught hundreds of students from companies and universities including Verizon, Condor Systems, Space Systems/ Loral, Lockheed Martin
Sylvania, Stanford University, and the IEEE Engineering Management Society Santa Clara Valley Chapter
is the authors of "DoD Architecture Frame Work For 21st Century
War Fighters", "Object-Oriented Design Methodology for Software Engineers", "Leadership Techniques For Engineers", "Cost and Benefits of Packet Switching", "Digital Telecommunications Primer" and "Payload Communications".
Highlights from his
37-year career include winning a patent for a Satellite Communication System (US 6,643,273B2) and presenting a paper at MilCom1999 titled "Emerging Advanced Intelligent Network (AIN) for 21st Century
Bill received an MSEE from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts and a BSEE from Lowell University in Lowell Massachusetts.
He is a member of IEEE and NDIA.