Dr. Scott D. Berger has over 28 years of experience in conducting and leading engineering projects, programs, and teams supporting systems analysis, research and development, and test and evaluation and over 24 years of experience in directly related to radar systems and electronic combat. Prior to joining the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) in 2005, Dr. Berger served 20 years as a United States Air Forces (USAF) officer in the research and development engineering career field, retiring as a lieutenant colonel. His Air Force assignments include the Air Force Electronic Warfare Center, National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC), 84th Test Squadron, Air Force Research Laboratory, and Air Force Technical Applications Center. In the Air Force, he conducted vulnerability analysis of US systems to foreign jamming, assessed and exploited foreign radars, conducted radar and electronic warfare systems testing involving US and foreign systems, conducted space system protection research, and monitor foreign compliance of nuclear treaties. Since joining GTRI, Dr. Berger has performed the analysis of advanced radar systems and concepts and developed algorithms to mitigate the effects of clutter and jamming. He has participated in two ITEAMS to develop the detailed designs of two advanced surface-to-air missile engagement radars from different countries. Dr. Berger has also performed foreign system analysis of various radar and electronic warfare system for the Intelligence Community.