Brett Alan Cooper

Senior RCS Engineer / Vice President Marietta Scientific, Inc.


Fourteen years experience in the aerospace industry with fourteen years experience in Radar Cross Section ­­ electromagnetic theory, computer modeling, and radar design.


Bachelor of Science in Electrical Systems Engineering, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio; December 1985.


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Marietta Scientific, Inc. 1994 ­ Present Senior RCS Engineer, vice-president, co-owner
Denmar, Inc., Atlanta Office 1988 ­ 1994 Senior RCS Engineer
Lockheed­Georgia Company 1986 - 1988 Senior Engineer
Wright Patterson Air Force Base 1982 ­ 1985 Engineer Technician


As an RCS Engineer, Mr. Cooper provides analysis, design and evaluation of low observable systems. He has participated in many RCS technology programs.

Mr. Cooper has specialized experience in electromagnetic research and computer modeling. He has developed several electromagnetic modeling programs for clients and has performed research in aperture signal processing theory, specifically curved and material loaded surfaces.

He has co­developed new analytical radar imaging methods used by 2D and 3D method of moments, time domain response and physical optics prediction codes.

Mr. Cooper has also specialized in radar design and software processing development. He has designed and installed several different radar systems and presently supports processing software on many different computer platforms. He has also developed and integrated several model positioning systems for anechoic and compact ranges.

Additional experience includes radar range testing methods and development.


bulletBoard Director for Mt. Top Boys Home.
bulletInstitute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers.
bulletIEEE Antennas & Propagation Society.
bulletTau Beta Omega, Engineering Honor Society.
bulletAntenna Measurement Techniques Association.
bulletAwarded Engineering and Science Foundation Scholarship.
bulletGraduated with high honors from Wright State University.


bullet"Bistatic k Space Imaging for Electromagnetic Prediction Codes for Scattering and Antennas", NASA Technical Memorandum xxxx, 1995.
bullet"Blending Continuity", Denmar, Inc. Radar Cross Section Short Course, Dec. 1988.
bullet"Resistive Tapering Synthesis", Lockheed-Georgia IRAD report, Oct. 1987.
bullet"Blending Technology", Lockheed-Georgia IRAD report, May 1987.
bullet"Introduction to Radar Scattering Phenomena Lab Notebook, (Or Cooking with your Compact Range)", Lockheed-Georgia Electromagnetic Symposium, Sept. 1986.
bullet"ACS­II Environmental Sensor Evaluation", WPAFB-AFWAL/FIER. Aug. 1984.