Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, George Washington University, 1960. Master of Science in Engineering, George Washington University, 1962. Doctor of Science, George Washington University, 1968.
Electronics engineer H. Diamond Laboratories, Washington, 1960-1962. Aerospace engineer National Aeronautics and Space Administration Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland, 1962-1964. Instructor School Engineering George Washington University, Washington, 1964-1966, from assistant professor to associate professor Department Electrical Engineering Computer Science, 1966-1980, professor Department Electrical Engineering Computer Science, since 1980.
Expert United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, Washington, since 1978, physical scientist, 1980-1982. Faculty fellow Department Defense-Defense Communications Agency, Reston, Virginia, 1974, 75, National Aeronautics and Space Administration-American Society Engineering Education, Greenbelt, 1967, 68. Visiting professor National Technology University, Athens, Greece, 1972-1973.
Technical advisor United States Department Commerce, 1987-1991, United States Department Army, since 1990. Lecturer Continuing Engineering Education, since 1970. Workshop organizer Pugwash Study Group on Chemical Weapons, since 1988.
Consultant Enterprise Application Integration Corporation, Abington, Maryland, since 1990. Chairman professional conferences, since 1975.
Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (senior ).
Married Irene Ioannidou, September 7, 1967. Children: Anastasia, Aris.