U.S. Army Research Laboratory Visit

Date: 
Tue, 2016-05-03

Army Research Lab (ARL) personnel and Dr. Phil Perconti will be visiting Cyber-ShARE on May 3rd (Tuesday) at 1:30 pm.

Dr. Phil Perconti was selected for the Senior Executive Service in January 2013. Dr. Perconti currently serves as the Director of the U.S. Army Research Laboratory, the Army’s premier laboratory for basic and applied research and analysis. ARL conducts research and analysis in weapons and materials, sensors and electron devices, computational and information sciences, human research and engineering, vehicle technology, and survivability and lethality analysis. ARL’s Army Research Office executes the Army extramural basic research program in scientific and engineering disciplines. The Laboratory consists of approximately 2,000 military and civilian employees with annual revenue of over $1 billion.
Dr. Perconti was recently the Director of the Sensors & Electron Devices Directorate of the Army Research Laboratory. He held responsibility for leading and transitioning the Army’s primary basic and applied research programs in sensors, electronics, signal processing, and power and energy component technologies. His duties include operation of unique electronics and photonics materials fabrication and characterization facilities that enable world-class, Army-relevant, component research and development. He is responsible for planning, executing and balancing mission and customer program needs to ensure science and technology dominance for the Army.
• Jan 2000- Jan 2013, Director, Science and Technology Division, US Army CERDEC Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate (NVESD)
• Apr 1996- Jan 2000, Director, Electronics & Photonics Technology Office, National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST)
• May 1990- Apr 1996, Branch Chief, Imaging Technology, US Army CERDEC Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate (NVESD)

Dr Perconti will conclude a lunch with NSAG at 1:30 and head to CyberShare. Four visitor bios below. Note that NSAG (UT defense group) will be here same day.

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