Dr. Graham Drozeski joined DARPA in December 2016 as a program manager in the Tactical Technology Office. His interests include vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) aircraft, advanced guidance and control, autonomy for distributed operations, manned-unmanned teaming, human-machine interfaces, fault-tolerant systems, rotorcraft survivability, technologies for rapid deployment of forces, and aircraft design.
Prior to joining DARPA, Dr. Drozeski served as chief engineer and program manager at Aurora Flight Sciences, where he developed advanced VTOL and fixed-wing platforms, autonomy systems, and transformational technologies for operation of ship-based, unmanned aircraft. Previously, he spent time as the director of flight technologies for Karem Aircraft, where he served as the company lead for military rotorcraft developments. He served as a U.S. Army Aviation officer and pilot, and led testing on the first UH 60 Army Airborne Command and Control System.
Dr. Drozeski holds a Doctor of Philosophy in electrical and computer engineering and a Master of Science in aerospace engineering, both from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from the University of Notre Dame.
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