Title: Engineering Executive
Company: Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control
Location: Justin, Texas, United States
Walter Delashmit, Engineering Executive at Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Engineers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in electrical engineering.
With expertise in image and single processing, Dr. Delashmit has contributed extraordinary work in the field of engineering for more than five decades. He currently lends the wisdom of this experience as a consultant for Lockheed Martin Corporation, a company he has worked for in different capacities throughout his career. In addition to working at Lockheed Martin, Dr. Delashmit has taught at the University of North Texas, conducted research at Pennsylvania State University and been a member of the technical staff at TRW Inc., now known as Northrup Grumman. He is a registered professional engineer in the state of Florida and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Growing up in an age of vastly improving technology proved to be an influence for Dr. Delashmit, who first graduated from Christian Brothers University in 1966 with a BEE. He continued at the University of Tennessee, receiving an MEE in 1968. Consistently dedicated to learning, he received a Deng in electrical engineering via The University of Texas in 2003. With his strong background in education, Dr. Delashmit has been a technical paper reviewer for many journals and conferences since 2001, and has contributed numerous articles to professional journals. In 2014, he established the Walter H. Delashmit Endowed Scholarship in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Christian Brothers University.
In his career, Dr. Delashmit has received recognition for the high caliber of his work. Both Lockheed Martin and Christian Brothers University have distinguished him with an Alumni Spotlight, and he has received such awards at the Copy Presidential Medal from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, acknowledgment of significant technical achievement in research from the Strategic Defense Initiative Program Office from the Secretary of Defense and the President’s Performance Award from Lockheed Martin. His civic engagements have included volunteering with local animal shelters, little leagues, churches and the Boy Scouts of America. He has maintained professional affiliation with the IEEE, the Optimists Club, Toastmasters International and the American Statistical Association.
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