The following members began a three-year term on the Board effective
January 1, 2003. Abbreviated biographies of these gentlemen are
Michael O. Hatfield has been with the Naval Surface Warfare Center
Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD), Dahlgren, VA, since receiving his
B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from the West Virginia Institute
of Technology in 1979. He was assigned to the Electromagnetic
Performance of Aircraft and Ship Systems (EMPASS) project until
1982. Since 1982 he has been in the Systems Electromagnetic Effects
Branch where he is in charge of development and operation of the
NSWC Reverberation Chamber Facility. He is a member of the IEEE
EMC Society and has been actively publishing articles about Reverberation
Chambers in the EMC Transactions and at the EMC Symposia since
1988. The Navy awarded Mike the Haislmaier Award in 1997 for his
work in Electromagnetic Environmental Effects. The IEEE EMC Society
awarded Mike the Richard R. Stoddard Award in 1995 and the Laurence
G. Cumming Award in 1997 for his work with Reverberation Chambers.
Mike works in the Electromagnetic Effects Division of NSWCDD,
which addresses and resolves electromagnetic compatibility problems
for the U.S. Navy. Mike is also a member of the Science and Technology
Panel that reviews research and development efforts at NSWCDD.
Mike is a member of International Electrotechnical Commission
(IEC) SC/77B Working Group 10 and is the U.S. Representative to
and Convenor for IEC standard 61000-4-21 on Reverberation Chambers.
Daniel D. Hoolihan is currently President of Hoolihan EMC Consulting,
32515 Nottingham Court-Box 367, Lindstrom, Minnesota, 55045. Hoolihan
has been consulting in EMC Engineering since January of 2000.
He specializes in EMC-Laboratory evaluations, EMC standards, and
EMC Education. Previous to consulting, he worked as Vice-President
of Minnesota Operations for TUV Product Service from 1994 to 2000.
From 1984 to 1994, he was the Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer
of AMADOR Corporation; a small business specializing in EMC testing
of electronic products ranging in size from pacemakers to supercomputers.
His first employment out of graduate school (in 1969) was with
Control Data Corporation in their internal EMC lab. Hoolihan has
been on the Board of Directors of the EMC Society of the IEEE
since 1987. He is the past-president of the EMCS (1998-1999) and
has held many positions with the EMCS board in his years of service.
He most recently served as the Chair of the 2002 IEEE International
Symposium on EMC which was held in Minneapolis in August of 2002.
He helped found the EMC chapter of the Twin Cities Section in
1985 and has been active in the local chapter since that time.
He has been actively involved with ANSI-Accredited Standards Committee
on EMC since 1985. He is presently on the Steering Committee of
C63 as well as chairing Subcommittee 6 (SC-6 - Lab Accreditation)
and SC-8 (EMC and Medical Devices). He is also an active member
of the United States Technical Advisory Group on CISPR B; Industrial,
Scientific and Medical Equipment. His formal education includes
a Bachelors Degree in Physics from Saint John's University (Minnesota),
a Masters Degree in Physics from Louisiana State University (Baton
Rouge), and a Masters in Business Administration from the University
of Minnesota (Minneapolis).
Andrew Stan Podgorski has a MASc and Ph.D. degree from the Department
of Electrical Engineering, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario,
Canada. He has published over 100 scientific papers and over 30
classified and non-classified reports. He holds many patents in
the area of electromagnetics. Currently, he is President of ASR
Technologies (Ottawa, Canada) - an independent Research and Engineering
Company conducting research in the area of broadband electromagnetics.
His scientific interest focuses on electromagnetic theory, microwave
networks and antenna theory in application to measurements, modeling
and generation of picosecond electromagnetic phenomena. For 15
years, he was a Group Leader of the EMI/EMC Group at the National
Research Council of Canada and was involved in numerous programs
of national significance for the Canadian Government and Industry.
He has served on many international, inter-governmental military
and civilian panels of experts representing Canada in USA, Europe,
and Australia. For several years he was on the Board of Directors
for the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Society of IEEE where
he was the Treasurer and a "Distinguished Lecturer"
for the Society. He is a Senior Member of IEEE and a Life Member
of the IEEE EMC Society. Currently, he is a Chair of the Technical
Activities Committee (TAC) of the IEEE EMC Society. Dr. Podgorski
is a Registered Professional Engineer in the Province of Ontario
and a member of the Association of Old Crows. His name is listed
in the Canadian "Who's Who" Publication.
Prof. Jose Perini was born in São Paulo, Brazil, where
he received the BS degrees in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering
from Escola Politecnica de São Paulo in 1952. In 1961,
he obtained the Ph.D. in EE from Syracuse University. He joined
Syracuse University in 1962 as an Assistant Professor, moved through
the ranks to Full Professor, and retired in 1991. He is now an
Emeritus Professor of EE. He has taught in many different areas
such as EMF, Antennas, EMC, Digital Signal Processing, Communications,
Radar, Circuit Theory, Mathematics, and Computers. Prof. Perini
has had continuous research support from the Navy, Air Force,
Army, and industry, mostly in the EMC area, during his 29 years
at SU. He is still active in the profession as a lecturer and
researcher. As a Consultant he has done extensive work in the
US and abroad. He has published and presented over one hundred
papers in the US and overseas. He has given many invited papers,
lectures, and tutorials. He was a Distinguished Lecturer for the
EMC Society until 1998. He is an IEEE Fellow, and a certified
NARTE EMC Engineer. He is a reviewer for the IEEE Transactions
on EMC, AP-S, MTT, and Education.
Bruce Archambeault is a Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM in
Research Triangle Park, NC. He received his B.S.E.E degree from
the University of New Hampshire in 1977 and his M.S.E.E degree
from Northeastern University in 1981. He received his Ph. D. from
the University of New Hampshire in 1997. His doctoral research
was in the area of computational electromagnetics applied to real-world
EMC problems. In 1981 he joined Digital Equipment Corporation
and through 1994 he had assignments ranging from EMC/TEMPEST product
design and testing to developing computational electromagnetic
EMC-related software tools. In 1994 he joined SETH Corporation
where he continued to develop computational electromagnetic EMC-related
software tools and used them as a consulting engineer in a variety
of different industries. In 1997 he joined IBM in Raleigh, N.C.
where he is the lead EMC engineer, responsible for EMC tool development
and use on a variety of products. During his career in the U.S.
Air Force he was responsible for in-house communications security
and TEMPEST/EMC related research and development projects. Dr.
Archambeault has authored or co-authored a number of papers in
computational electromagnetics, mostly applied to real-world EMC
applications. He is currently a Board of Directors member of the
Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society (ACES) and the
IEEE EMC Society. He has served as a past Associate Editor for
the IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility. He is
the author of the book "PCB Design for Real-World EMI Control"
and the lead author of the book titled "EMI/EMC Computational
Dr. Nigel J. Carter is the Technical Manager for Electromagnetic
Environmental Effects (E3) in the Electromagnetics Group, of QinetiQ
in the UK. Dr. Carter has been working in the field of E3 for
over 30 years. Apart from his duties in supporting the group comprising
some 100 scientists and engineers, his primary work is research
in the development of test and analysis methodologies for assessing
the vulnerability of both civil and military land, sea and air
assets to electromagnetic environmental effects. This work has
produced test procedures that have been encompassed in various
forms in national and international standards. He is a member
of several national and international specification committees
including the HIRF committees SAE AE4R, ARAC EEHWG and EUROCAE
WG14. In the latter case, he is the Change Coordinator for Section
20 of ED14: the European equivalent of DO160. He was also the
European Sub-Group leader responsible for the production of the
HIRF Users Guide. He is a member of civil EMC/NEMP committees
BSI GEL210/12 and IEC 77C. He has presented many papers at international
symposia on his research. Among recent research programs, he has
had technical responsibility for the production of an Integrated
EM Effects Design Guide for the UK DOD and associated Defense
Contractors. During his career he has been involved in many aircraft
and other platform electromagnetic evaluations for both military
and increasingly civil applications. He was awarded a Doctorate
of Philosophy in Physics for his work on aircraft EMC clearance
techniques by the University of Surrey, 1986 and was awarded the
Royal Aeronautical Society's Bronze Medal in 1991 for his "Contribution
to the UK, Europe and USA philosophies and procedures for aircraft
and equipment Electromagnetic Hazards in terms of vulnerability
predictions, improved hardness and testing." He is a Senior
Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
and an EMP Fellow of the Summa Foundation 1998. EMC