George graduated in 1986 and has worked at Northrop Grumman for many years as a radar analyst. He has extensive experience with target detection and imaging, and the ongoing development of related computer algorithms.
George's noon colloquium was well attended and provided an in-depth overview of radar signal processing, radar imaging of multiple targets and image resolution. The talk illustrated a real-world application of undergraduate physics and engineering, especially the ingenuity behind computer signal processing and reliable image interpretation.
George's son Andre Escalante is currently an undeclared CSUF first-semester freshman. Physics Club, we have an obvious recruit!
Thank you George for your visit!