1200 South Hayes St. 703-413-1100 x 5507 Arlington, VA 22202

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1200 South Hayes St.
Arlington, VA 22202
GUY WEICHENBERG
703-413-1100 x 5507
[email protected]
EDUCATION
2009
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Ph.D., Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
 Thesis addressed cost-effective next-generation fiber-optic communication network
architecture
 GPA 5.0/5.0, minor in finance
2003
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, S.M., Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
2001
University of Toronto, B.A.Sc., Engineering Science
EXPERIENCE
2007 – present RAND Corporation, Information Scientist (previously Adjunct Staff)
 Broad themes of work include acquisition policy, cost analysis, systems engineering
 Studies include: Congressionally-mandated study that guided equipment disposition for
the F-22 fighter aircraft program; assessing the impact of technical and organizational
complexity on avionics and software development cost growth; improving cost and risk
considerations in setting requirements for weapon system capabilities
2001 – present
MIT Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Dept., Research Affiliate (prev. Assistant)
 Collaborating on the design and analysis of cost-effective next-generation fiber-optic
networks
 Assumed a leadership role in the coordination, formulation, and writing of two successful
grant proposals to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and the
National Science Foundation for optical networking research programs
2006 – 2008
Future Defense Network Study for DARPA, Staff
 Staff to a study (involving fifteen national engineering expert participants) to identify and
remedy critical shortfalls in defense network technologies, architecture, and policies
2005
Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (Japan), Summer Intern
 Developed hardware techniques for wavelength/waveband conversion in optical networks
2004
Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, Researcher in Residence
 Analyzed the impact of different channel loss models on streaming media distortion
2003
Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies, Summer Intern
 Studied transient behavior of fiber-optic transport system technology
PUBLICATIONS
2001 – present  Authored six externally peer-reviewed journal publications, eleven conference publications
(including a Best Paper Prize), and numerous other technical reports.
LEADERSHIP AND SERVICE
2009 – present RAND Corporation
 Co-organizer of seminars on defense-related resource management issues
2001 – 2008
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 Trained conflict mediator and counselor to members of student body
 International Graduate Student Mentor
 Co-Chair of weekly laboratory seminars, annual student conference
 Member of the Committee on Discipline, Committee on Graduate Student Life, Graduate
Student Council
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