Bachelor of Science in Electronic Engineering, Indiana Institute of Technology, 1956. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Indiana Institute of Technology, 1957. Master of Science, University Colorado, 1960.
Doctor of Philosophy, University Colorado, 1965.
Instructor, Indiana Institute Technology, 1956-1958; assistant professor, Indiana Institute Technology, 1960-1962; acting department chairman electronics, Indiana Institute Technology, 1960-1962; research associate, U. Colorado, 1962-1965; research associate, University of Illinois, 1965; associate professor electrical engineering, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1965-1969; professor, University of Wisconsin, 1969-1982; associate department chairman for research and graduate affairs, University of Wisconsin, 1977-1979; staff research engineer, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (California), 1982-1990; senior scientist high power microwaves program, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (California), 1989-1990; co-founder, KDC Technology Corporation, 1983; vice president, KDC Technology Corporation, since 1990; consultant, KDC Technology Corporation. Visiting Erskine fellow U. Canterbury, New Zealand, 1977. Guest professor, Fulbrightscholar Technology U. Denmark, 1973-1974.
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Fellow Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (life). Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Society on Antennas and Propagation (administrative committee 1989-1991, chairman wave propagation standards committee 1986-1989, general chairman symposium 1989), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Society Microwave Theory and Techniques, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Society Instrumentation and Measurements, Forest Products Society (life), Electromagnetics Academy, International Science Radio Union (commissions A, B, F), Sigma Xi, Iota Tau Kappa, Sigma Phi Delta.
Married Diane M. Henney, June 20, 1964. Children: Karl V., Kristin J.