Michael C Greene is the Ethernet Technology Manager at Teledyne Oil & Gas. He has been instrumental in key developments in subsea processing for Shell, and others. Prior to Teledyne, he worked for Norsk Hydro. Michael has a Bachelor’s of Science (BS) degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Master’s of Science (MS) in Engineering Management.
Dr. Weinschenk graduated from the University of Dayton with a BS & MS in Electrical Engineering. He also holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Washington. Dr. Weinschenk joined the Penn State Applied Research Laboratory (PSU-ARL) in 2004, where he served as a research engineer and principal investigator in the Autonomous Control and Intelligent Systems division and then a deputy department head for Intelligent Control Systems. In 2009, Jeff founded and led the Operations Research department, a new competency for PSU- ARL emphasizing the development of novel methodologies for concept development and characterization of the technological “art of the possible.” The Operations Research department has influenced Navy documents (such as the Fleet Unmanned Undersea Systems CONOPs), provided a foundational reference for technology trades in acquisition (e.g. Large Displacement Unmanned Underwater Vehicle Analysis of Alternatives), and worked to develop rigorous, game-theoretic tools for unmanned systems tactics development. Dr. Weinschenk oversees the laboratory’s competency in Unmanned Underwater Vehicles and application of associated enabling technologies.