66840 Trevor Hills Court ~ Malibu, California
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Skilled Researcher experienced in management, strategy, and
consulting in the technology sector. Recently named Outstanding
Researcher of the Year and awarded a US patent for an underwater
vehicle pumpjet propulsor. Consistently exhibits leadership
qualities while enhancing teamwork to achieve stated goals.
Expertise programming in Fortran, C/C++, and Visual Basic.
DEFENSE DEVELOPMENT (DD), Malibu,
California, 1994 - Present
Chief, Naval Systems Development Center (2000-Present)
Oversee hydrodynamic modeling team that
designs underwater vehicle propulsors and simulates the flow
Manage activities involved in evaluating,
manufacturing, and planning of new projects.
Supervised software development for the
turbulent flow simulation around a pumpjet.
Chosen as Outstanding Researcher of the
Awarded US patent #011566 for an
underwater vehicle pumpjet propulsor, 2001.
Initiated a $7.3 million construction
project to develop underwater vehicle test facilities.
Lowered the noise level of the advanced
marine propulsor by 5 dB by directing, defining, and
implementing a $1.3 million development project.
Developed US's first pumpjet analysis
Researcher / Team Chief, Naval
Systems Development Center (1998-1999)
Oversaw the submarine and torpedo pumpjet
Administered a $700,000 submarine model
test program in the Direction des Centres d'Expertise et
d'Essais, Ministere de la Defense, France.
Received the Defense Science Award, 1999.
Achieved cost-savings of nearly $10
million by facilitating and executing a submarine and
torpedo pumpjet development project.
Designed the New Light Weight Torpedo
(X-741) and Heavy Weight Torpedo (X-731) pumpjets,
supervising the manufacturing process.
Researcher, Naval Systems
Development Center (1994-1997)
Administered a $1.1 million dollar torpedo
model test program at the Naval Surface Warfare Center,
United States Navy.
Led the operation and training program for
the rapid prototyping machine (SLA-250, 3D Systems, Inc.)
enabling engineers to use the SLA-250 for their own projects.
Doubled work efficiency by creating a
propulsor software package to automate the design, analysis,
3-D modeling, and manufacturing inspection process.
Corrected unwanted pressure distribution
and facilitated measurement of uneven pressure distribution
by designing pumpjet analysis software using the boundary
Developed wake-adapted design tool for
underwater vehicle pumpjets.
INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY, Los Angeles,
Master of Science in Naval
Architecture & Ocean Engineering (GPA: 4.03/4.3),
- Thesis: "The Estimation of Hydrodynamic Derivatives by
the Parallel Processing of 2nd Order Filter."
Bachelor of Science, Naval Architecture, 1992