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The answer to both problems came from Wilbur Myrick, senior analyst for the Science Applications International Corporation and one of the worlds foremost authorities on signal processing.
Myrick, a theoretical research scientist and electrical engineer, specializes in telecommunications problems, developing signal algorithms that eliminate jamming or other interference with continuous transmissions. His expertise in communications was tapped by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, which sought to use fiberoptics in the space shuttle in place of hard-wired communications systems as a way to improve efficiency and reduce weight. Myrick, who received a bachelors degree in electronics engineering from Norfolk State University, developed his theories on anti-jamming algorithms as a doctoral student at Purdue. In his spare time, Myrick works with the Special Olympics. Through his church, he delivers gifts to families in northern Virginia during the holiday season and school supplies to local children in need.
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WILBUR MYRICK | WILBUR MYRICK | Wilbur Myrick, Ph.D. WILBUR MYRICK | WILBUR MYRICK | Wilbur Myrick, Ph.D. WILBUR MYRICK About Ivysys >> Management Team >> Wilbur Myrick Wilbur Myrick, Ph.D. - Chief Scientist Will Myrick Dr. Myrick joined IvySys Technologies, LLC as Chief Scientist in 2009. Before coming onboard at IvySys, Dr. Myrick was Assistant Vice President and Senior Scientist at Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), where he was a Technical Fellow of the Corporation. He was also awarded the U.S. Black Engineer of the Year Award for outstanding contributions to the MASINT community. In the course of his career, Dr. Myrick has conducted research investigating topics involving Software Defined Radios (SDR) and subspace adaptive signal processing algorithms, and has invented several subspace adaptive signal processing technologies currently being used by government customers. The technologies he developed have redefined performance curves and are critical in supporting some of the most difficult interference mitigation problems supporting mission critical applications. In addition, Dr. Myrick has authored over a dozen technical publications in the area of subspace adaptive processing as it relates to CDMA Multi-User Detection (MUD), interference suppression, and geolocation. He also holds a patent for a subspace processing architecture that enhances the performance of RAKE receivers in CDMA cell phones. His innovativeness in subspace adaptive signal processing allows him to develop interference suppression architectures that can be applied to a variety of signal processing problems. He is an expert and respected advisor to government customers that rely on his expertise for the success of their programs. Dr. Myrick received M.S. and Ph.D degrees in electrical engineering from Purdue University and a B.S. in electronics engineering from Norfolk State University.
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Dr Wil Myrick: core R&D at SAICDr Wil Myrick.Dr Wil Myrick.Wil Myrick, PhD, is a senior analyst at SAIC.He's doing R&D in advanced adaptive signal processing techniques, working on a number of projects."Our customers come in with problems, and we have a diverse team of physicists, engineers and mathematicians to work on them.We've come up with some very interesting solutions to very difficult problems.The diversity of backgrounds here helps."Myrick is one of forty or fifty folks in SAIC's core R&D group.Occasionally he also works on proposals.He started out with a 1993 BS in electronics engineering from Norfolk State University (Norfolk, VA).His 1995 MS and 2000 PhD in EE are from Purdue University (West Lafayette, IN).Much of Myrick's PhD work was on algorithms to solve adaptive signal processing problems, and that's still his area of focus today.When he completed the PhD he found a job as an R&D analyst with SAIC."It was a really nice fit," he says.Myrick is a nationally recognized expert in advanced adaptive signal processing.In 2006 he received the Black Engineer of the Year award for career achievement in industry.He's also received high recognition from SAIC: an award for outstanding new leaders in 2003, and a 2005 award "for pushing the boundaries of technology."