Professional of the Year for 2018 in Electrical Engineering: Henry E. Halladay, Ph.D., P.E.
|Henry E. Halladay, Ph.D., P.E.|
|Title||Consultant, Registered Professional Engineer (Washington,1972)|
|Expertise||Electrical Engineering (Engineering Consulting, post-retirement); RF and Microwave Propagation, Signal Processing, Laboratory Development, Electronic Instrumentation, Networking, Communication|
|Current Organization||Dr. Henry E. Halladay, P.E.|
|Type of Organization||Consulting|
|Major Product||Digital sensor and signal processing for aerospace|
|Area of Distribution||International|
|University/Degree||B.S.E.E. with Honors, 1961; M.S.E.E. 1963; Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, 1967, University of Minnesota|
|Born||February 21, 1939, Minneapolis, Minnesota|
|Honors & Awards||Elected to Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi Honorary Societies; Selected to the Order of the Engineer (1986); Elected Boeing Associate Technical Fellow (1991), Boeing Technical Fellow (1995), Boeing Senior Technical Fellow (1999)|
|Published Works||Published papers in IEEE Proceedings, IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, IET Electronic Letters|
|Affiliations||Retired from Boeing Company|
|Hobbies & Sports||Gardening, cat and dog pets, computer applications involving video surveillance, programmable home lighting, remote security applications for cell phones, 3D printing and DVD learning|
|Career Accomplishments||Dr. Halladay's career with Boeing included aircraft components and subsystems, satellite components and subsystems, communication systems, electromagnetic compatibility issues, and computer simulations of circuits, subsystems and systems. In addition to hardware design, implementation and delivery, he has been involved with computer systems, software and networking. He is experienced in computer languages including FORTRAN, C, Visual Basic, IEEE 488 instrumentation control and Ethernet protocols for instrumentation command and control. Dr. Halladay was instrumental in the development of a state-of-the-art Signal Analysis Laboratory for component, subsystem and system analysis, verification and validation.|
|Work History||In 1967, he moved his family to Washington State where he began work at the Boeing Company. His initial work with Boeing involved research of microwave integrated circuits for phased array applications. He spent 40 years with Boeing.|
|Full biographical and contact details are available to logged in members only. |
If you are a member please log in using the form in the header to see more data.
If you are not already member you may Click Here to Register for consideration.