Dr. Robert Dougherty, President
Affiliate Associate Professor
William E. Boeing Department of Aeronautics & Astronautics
University of Washington
Dr. Dougherty has made leading contributions to the phased array aeroacoustic test technique, including beamforming algorithms, array design, and presentation of results. He has applied this technique to clarify airframe, turbomachinery, and jet noise sources. In addition, he has developed standard computer programs for predicting nacelle acoustic propagation by ray tracing (RDIFF) and the parabolic approximation (cduct); he also has developed concepts for nacelle acoustic design, including nacelle shape and lining placement.
Dr. Dougherty has written a number of technical papers and one book chapter. He has taught several courses including beamforming, nacelle acoustic propagation, and acoustics. He has conducted research programs for several agencies. In 2013 he invented "Functional Beamforming". He has four patents.
Dr. Dougherty is an ASSOCIATE FELLOW in the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
Current research projects:
Developing in-duct turbomachinery phased array imaging techniques for the NASA-Glenn Research Center
Jet noise characterization research for the US Navy
Commericial phased array systems
Optical and Acoustic Imaging
Developing high-speed 3D deconvolution techniques
Developing Java plugins for the ImageJ package
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Stephen Wampler, Vice President Product and Marketing
Stephen Wampler has over 20 years experience in product technology and management. His experience includes embedded solutions encompassing hardware, mobile and embedded software, and SaaS products and services. He has led business development, product management, and product marketing teams. Mr. Wampler has a BSEE from the University of Idaho and served in the US Navy.