Paul Kolodzy - Member at Large
Dr. Paul Kolodzy has 20 years of experience in technology development for advanced communications, networking, electronic warfare, and spectrum policy for government, commercial, and academic clients. He is currently a Communications Technology Consultant in Advanced Wireless and Networking Technology based near Washington DC. He is the cofounder of the IEEE DySPAN conference and chair of the inaugural 2005 conference. He is active in technology development for wireless components and new wireless networks and architectures as well as spectrum policy as impacted by new technology. For commercial clients he is currently doing research and analyses for 700 MHz, TV Whitespace, Advanced Wireless Services - AWS, and the proposed National Broadband Radio Services. Prior to being a consultant, Dr. Kolodzy has been: at Stevens Institute of Technology; during 2002, the Senior Spectrum Policy Advisor at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and Director of Spectrum Policy Task Force; Program Manager at the Defense Advanced Projects Agency (DARPA); Director at Sanders, A Lockheed Martin Company; and a Group Leader/Staff Member at MIT Lincoln Laboratory.