Dr. Mark. B. Yeary is a Fellow in the University of Oklahoma Center for Intelligence and National Security. Dr. Yeary is a Presidential Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering in the College of Engineering and was a founding member of OU’s Advanced Radar Research Center’s (ARRC’s) design facility known as the Radar Innovations Laboratory (RIL). His research, teaching and consulting interests are in the areas of digital signal processing (DSP) as applied to customized DSP systems and instrumentation, primarily in the area of radar, with an emphasis on hardware prototype development and practical measurements. He has written approximately 180 conference papers, conference abstracts and journal papers in these areas. Yeary also has served as a PI or Co-PI on grants from NASA, NSF-ATM, NSF-DUE, NSF-ECCS, DoD-EPSCoR, NOAA-CSTAR, NOAA-NSSL, Raytheon, AFOSR, DARPA, Tinker AFB and CGI Federal. Dr. Yeary is a Senior Member of the IEEE, a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) and member of the Tau Beta Pi and Eta Kappa Nu Honor Societies.