John Helferty, ENG 83 - Moderator (Electrical Engineering), associate professor of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Temple University works on NASA funded projects for the design and construction of autonomous mobile robots and rotorcraft that perform coordinated tasks. Other NASA projects include high altitude ballooning experiments and payload design for sounding rockets flown out of Wallops Island Flight Facility. These projects involve the use of state-of-the-art microprocessors coupled with extravagant sensory systems.
Edward Neel, ENG ‘88 (Electrical Engineering) Ed Neel went to work as an Avionics Engineer at General Dynamics. Since then, he has accumulated over 25 years in the aerospace industry working on F-16, F-22, F-35 and the Skunk Works. Ed’s experience in systems engineering, flight test, production and industrial participation have led to his current position in program management at Lockheed Martin.
John Stetson, Jr. MS ENG ‘99 (Computer Applications/Systems Engineering) John B. Stetson, Jr. is a Lockheed Martin Senior Technical Fellow having worked in aerospace system research and development for 28 years. He has 31 issued and pending US patents with a particular strength of John's being the diversity and creativity of these innovations.
Kevin Horan, ENG ‘89(Mechanical Engineering Technology) Kevin has served in a number of increasingly responsible project management positions during 30+ years with Lockheed Martin. He has completed GE’s Crotonville Level I and II project management coursework, the Lockheed Martin Program Management Development Program and Advanced Subcontract Management Development Program and coursework provided by Lockheed Martin’s Center for Leadership Excellence that includes Management Strategies Level 1 and II and Doing Business Overseas. He has received numerous company and customer awards including two Lockheed Martin Presidents Awards and two Unit Citations from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.
Reception to follow in the Engineering Building Room 102