ECE Mission Statement
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Old Dominion University is a partnership among students, faculty and staff in Service in the profession of Electrical and computer engineering through academic excellence, Research and real-world experiences, dedicated to a Vision of the future that includes Industry and community, Continuous improvement, and personal Enrichment and growth (SERVICE).
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Industrial Advisory Board
As of September 2021
The Industrial Advisory Board consists of recognized leaders in the community and plays an essential role in helping to shape the future of the ECE Department.
Raymond Allen, Ph.D.
Pulsed Power Physics Branch
Naval Research Laboratory
Director of Business Development
Shreya Chakrabarti, Ph.D.
Amazon.com Services, Inc.
Charles Randy Cole
Head, Safety Critical Avionics Branch
NASA Langley Research Center
J. Kevin Curtis
Vice President - Technical Solutions
Michael P. Francis, Ph.D.
Chief Science Officer
Booz | Allen | Hamilton
GE Power Systems
Elaine Horn-Ranney, Ph.D.
Co-Founder & CEO
Harry Johnson, D. Eng.
Senior Solutions Architect, Modeling, Simulation, and Visualization
Raytheon Intelligence & Space
Director, IT Operations
Newport News Shipbuilding
Hardware Engineer Senior Staff
Lockheed Martin-Rotary Missions Systems
David K. Miano
Director, Science and Technology
First Naval Construction Division
NAVSEA Dam Neck
C. J. Reddy, Ph.D.
Vice President Business Development
Altair Engineering, Inc.
Associate Director, Accelerator Operations & R&D
Hans Seywald, Ph.D.
Analytical Mechanics Associates, Inc.
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