Dr. Eli Brookner received his BSEE from The City College of the City of New York, ’53, and his MEE and DrSc: Columbia University ’55 and ’62. He worked on ground, sea, air and space radars at Raytheon (1962-2014). Prior to that, he worked at Columbia University, Nicolet, Rome AF Lab (1953-1962). He was the recipient for the IEEE 2006 Dennis Picard Medal for Radar, IEEE ’03 Warren White Award, 1966 Journal of Franklin Institute Premium Best Paper Award, 1998 Best Applications Paper IEEE Wheeler Prize, 2017 IEEE/AESS Outstanding Organizational Leadership Award, RCA Armstrong Medal, 2017. He is a Fellow: IEEE, AIAA, MSS. He wrote 4 popular books on radar, arrays, tracking. Courses to >10,000 in 25 countries. Banquet/keynote speaker 13 times. >230 papers, talks, correspondences; >100 invited. Six papers in books of reprints. Contributed chapters for four books. 10 patents.
AESS Distinguished Lecturer (2017-2019); IEEE Boston AESS Chapter Chair (2015-2016); Radar Systems Panel Emeritus Member
Raytheon Co. (Retired)
Technical Areas of Interest:
Phased Arrays, Radar Systems, Adaptive Array Processing, Singnal Processing, Tracking