Northrop Grumman Future Technical Leaders Program Info Session<br>Speaker: Stephen Allen, Technical Fellow, Stanford Alumni, MSEE<br>Date : September 24, 2019<br>Time: 5:00pm - 6:00pm<br>Location: Gates Building, room 104<br><br>Please RSVP via <a href="https://app.joinhandshake.com/events/367378" id="ow1683" __is_owner="true">https://app.joinhandshake.com/events/367378</a><br><br>Event is for Stanford students and invited Guests only<br><br>Abstract:<br>The Northrop Grumman Future Technical Leader (FTL) Program is a three year development program for new employees who have recently graduated with an MS or PhD in engineering or science disciplines. The program aims to support early career employees with opportunities to develop critical technical and leadership skills through three rotations each lasting one year. The rotations range from highly technical IR&D efforts to systems engineering to business development to project management roles so that the employee is exposed to the breadth of the Northrop Grumman enterprise.<br><br>Bio:<br>Stephen Allen is a Northrop Grumman Mission Systems Technical Fellow and senior staff systems engineer with over 27 years of experience at Northrop Grumman in signal processing and telecommunications-related applications. His work includes architecture, development and deployment of real time signal processing system.<br>During his career, Steve has primarily worked to develop, deploy and recover multiple signal processing systems. He has acted as a signal analyst, system engineer, test director, chief engineer and mission director. In 2002, he was recognized with the TRW Enduring Freedom award and in 2006, the Northrop Grumman Chairman’s award. In 2012, he led a team of analysts and to win the 2012 DoD Cyber Challenge.<br>Shortly after 9/11, he was recalled to active duty as a U.S. Army Captain and deployed to Afghanistan where he served as the Deputy G2 (Intelligence) for Coalition Joint Task Force-Mountain in Bagram.<br>Mr. Allen holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Southern Maine and a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University. He also holds a Master in Strategic Studies from the United States Army War College and is an INCOSE Certified Systems Engineer (CSEP).