Kenneth A. Mazur - Executive Vice President, Technology
Master of Science in Electrical Engineering
University of Texas at Arlington, December 1991
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
Illinois Institute of Technology, May 1982
CyberVillage Networkers, Inc. - 7/95 to Present:
Executive Vice President, Treasurer & Technical Director Leads technical direction of company. Ensures continued technical prominence, business process reliability and 24x7x365 operation of our client web-based applications. Responsible for technical compliance, and the development of cutting-edge and cost effective web-based applications and other data and customer service driven Internet solutions.
Lockheed Martin Tactical Aircraft Systems (formerly General Dynamics Fort Worth Division), Fort Worth, TX - 1982 to 1995
Engineering Supervisor of Electromagnetic Effects / Radio Frequency Compatibility Group - 10/89 to 6/95:
Responsible for the Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) design of the U.S. Air Force F-16 Falcon and F-111 Tactical Bomber. Engineering group was recognized by industry as a technology leader of E3 design of fighter aircraft. Developed Company's first Intranet Web Site. Responsible for engineering budgets exceeding $10M. Supervisor of up to 23 E3 engineers involved in all aspects of product development:
New business proposals, concept definitions, development and validation for advanced programs and aircraft.
Definition of subsystem requirements and generation of specifications in support of system requirements. Full support of customer needs.
Personnel staffing, assignments, advancement, and career development.
Budget and schedule development, tracking, control, and status.
Reliability, maintainability, and producibility of E3 designs.
Advanced Development E3 Lead Engineer - 6/82 to 10/89:
Responsible for the development and application of advanced E3 design concepts for new product lines. Assignments required multi-disciplinary knowledge:
Special Programs focal point for E3.
E3 lead for the U.S. Navy Advanced Tactical Aircraft (A-12).
E3 lead for the U.S. Air Force Advanced Tactical Fighter (F-22).
Principle Investigator for High Power Microwave and Very High Speed Integrated Circuit E3 research programs.
Division Engineer on F-16 and FB-111A Nuclear Electromagnetic Pulse programs.