Bruce Wallace: Degraded visual environments present challenges for DARPA

Seeing through smoke, dust, clouds, or other obscurants is the focus of the agency's strategic efforts in imaging.

06 September 2016

Bruce Wallace is program manager in the DARPA Strategic Technology Office (STO). He is responsible for programs investing in technologies for multifunction millimeter-wave systems. Upon retiring after 33 years' service in the government at the Army Research Laboratory as Chief of the RF & Electronics Division, he formed his own consulting firm, MMW Concepts LLC, which consulted on millimeter and submillimeter-wave technology for the government, industry, and academia.

A Fellow of the IEEE Geosciences and Remote Sensing Society, Wallace received a Bachelor of Arts in physics from the Johns Hopkins University in 1971 and a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Delaware in 1984.

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