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Software Engineer hired at Space Dynamics Lab

USURF
April 24, 2002

Pranab BanerjeeThe Space Dynamics Laboratory (SDL) is pleased to announce the hiring of Pranab K. Banerjee as a Software Engineer. He is currently working on the Russian American Observation Satellites (RAMOS) and Navy Input Station (NAVIS) programs. As the primary interface with the RAMOS science teams, he is responsible for the development of the graphical display software for the data processing center. He is also extending the graphical interface for the NAVIS tactical reconnaissance screening software.

Banerjee previously worked at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and UCLA as a Software Engineer. He received his B.Tech. in Electronics and Electrical Communication Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, and his M.S. in Computational Physics from Kansas State University.

RAMOS is a cooperative program between the US Department of Defense and the Russian Ministry of Defense. RAMOS will consist of two similarly instrumented satellites that will fly in the same orbit and view targets and backgrounds in stereo. NAVIS is a state-of-the-art, real-time reconnaissance imagery reception and display system.