Booz Allen Hamilton
Dr. Steinhardt is an authority on radar systems, and signal processing, with experience in other remote sensing technologies.
?2003-Present: Director, Sensor Systems, AlphaTech Inc.
?2000-2003: Chief Scientist for Signal Processing Systems, DARPA
?1998-2000 Chief Scientist, for Discoverer II.
?1996-1998: Program Manager, Tactical Technology Office, DARPA
?1984-1987, 1993-1996 Technical staff, Lincoln Laboratory
?1987-1993, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering, Cornell
?2003 Secretary of Defense Medal for Exceptional Public Service, for contributions to space based radar while at DARPA
?1998 Outstanding Achievement Award, the United States Office of the Secretary of Defense (For ASW)
?1990 Best Professor Award, the Cornell student chapter of the IEEE (For a Digital Signal Processing course)
?1986 Paper Award, IEEE Signal Processing Society (For ?On the Autocorrelation of Finite Length Sequences?)
?PhD, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, 1983, University of Colorado, Boulder
Thesis: ?An Optimization Theoretic Framework for Spectral Estimation?
?MS, Electrical Engineering, 1981, University of Colorado, Boulder
?BA, Mathematics, 1980, University of Colorado, Boulder
?Co-editor, with Simon Haykin, of Adaptive Radar Detection and Estimation (NY: Wiley, 1992.)
?uthor of about 120 journal articles and conference proceedings (IEEE, SIAM, SPIE).