Harry Winsor

  

Project Manager & Applied Scientist, IBM

Location: Maryland Junction, MD

301-725-8696, x115

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Biography

 

HARRY V. WINSOR, Applied Scientist

Home Office:  hwinsor@umbc.edu    410-747-4931
IBM e-mail:   hwinsor@us.ibm.com  301-725-8696, x115

Applied scientist and systems engineer with extensive experience in numerous technologies.  Experience includes specification and computer modeling of complex systems and phenomena; radar; digital, radio and optical communications; classical and quantum computer algorithms and architectures; high and low power optics; fiber optics and thin films; optical, structural and electronic materials; nuclear and cryogenic phenomena and applied physics of systems.  Managed and led a wide variety of teams and projects in corporate, military, university, and startup environments.  Proven track record defining technological and scientific opportunities, recognizing vulnerabilities affecting systems, businesses and products, and conceiving and designing improved products, technologies and systems architectures.  Computer, network and programming literate, fluent in German, and willing to acquire new skills for suitable challenge.


 Education:

  Ph.D., Engineering
, 1978; University of California, Davis (UCD), Davis CA
     Experimental Thesis in Applied Science:
     Angular Distribution of Photoemission from Single Crystal Gallium Arsenide
  M.S., Physics (Nuclear)
, 1966; University Of Washington, Seattle WA
  B.S., Physics
, Magna Cum Laude, 1965; University of Washington, Seattle WA
  B.A., German
, Magna Cum Laude, 1965; University of Washington, Seattle WA

Experience:

   IBM, Inc.
, Annapolis Junction, MD                                     2010 to Present
    
National Interest Security Company, Annapolis Junction, MD   2009 to 2010
          2010 - NIST Acquired by IBM
     Omen Inc., Annapolis Junction, MD, and Idaho Falls, ID           2001 to 2009
          2009 - Acquired by NISC
   ANSER
, Arlington, VA                                                           1998 to 2001
   Butler Service Group
, Baltimore, MD                                     1997 to 1998
           (Consultant to Northrop-Grumman)
   Westinghouse Electric Company
:                                          1986 to 1995
           Electronic Systems Group, Baltimore, MD
           Focus:  Communications and Public Safety Systems Engineering
   United States Air Force:    
                                                  1966 to 1986
   
Duties at:
         Headquarters, Air Force Systems Command, Andrews AFB, MD
         USAF Project Forecast II, Arlington, VA
         Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR), Bolling AFB, DC
         Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Arlington, VA
         Air Force Weapons Laboratory, Kirtland AFB, NM

Publications:                                          
    15 Articles, 2 Patents, 13 Invention Disclosures
    many Proposals and Reports


Computer Skills:
   Scientific computing focus, with FORTRAN, C++, MS Office with VBA, and
   familiarity with many other scripting, software and hardware areas,
   including assembly language, networking and Mathematica.

Recent Training: 
PMP Certified, 2008, Certified Scrum Master June 2010.

Academic Affiliation:
     University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)  Baltimore, MD
     Adjunct and Research Professor, Applied Physics                 1993 to 2009

Resumes Available on request