Dr. James “Ralph” Teague

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Georgia Tech Professional Education (GTPE)

Dr. James "Ralph" Teague was the FLIR history project program manager. Dr. Teague has over 46 years of experience in sensor and related technologies encompassing material science to large-scale sensor system integration. He is currently a Principal Research Scientist at Georgia Tech Professional Education (GTPE), providing short courses to the sensor community in detection and tracking systems; laser systems; missile-seeker design; electro-optical (EO)/IR payloads; self-defense systems; and chemical, biological, and explosion detection systems as well as required sensor-related technologies such as detectors, image processing, and optics. Dr. Teague was presented a Pioneer Award in space laser communications in the 1970s and received a Rockwell Pioneer award for his efforts within the IR countermeasures (IRCM) community in the 1990s. He was responsible for the seeker activities at Lockheed Martin in Orlando. Dr. Teague has been an Associate Editor for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Aerospace and Electronic Systems publications responsible for sensors, EOs, and radar content.

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