George Brown graduated with a PhD in EE in 1993. His thesis was in the area of spatial array processing. He has been working at GTRI since then in various areas such as adaptive digital beamforming, angle-of-arrival estimation, beam spoiling via phase weights, SAR, polyphase filter banks, and tracking. He has contributed to numerous modeling and simulation efforts as well as being the principle architect on several. He currently is the Chief Engineer of the Air and Missile Defense Division of the Sensors and Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory.