Charles Chase | The New York Academy of Sciences

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Charles Chase

Charles Chase

Sr. Tech Fellow

Lockheed Martin

Charles Chase manages the Revolutionary Technology Programs organization for the Lockheed Martin Skunk Works. The organization's charter is to create, mature, and transition a broad range of disruptive technologies with significant Lockheed Martin system impact. Technology focus areas include: power and propulsion systems; RF and optical meta-materials; cognitive and physiological human performance monitoring; new sensor modalities; adaptive and bio-inspired structures; and plasma flow control devices. He recently won the Lockheed Martin Innovate the Future contest with "Power from Low Speed Wind", and was a semifinalist in the Buckminster Fuller Challenge with "Bio-Inspired Morphing" to eliminate design stagnation. He presented his organization's work on compact fusion power and propulsion at the 2013 Google "Solve for " event. He was a low observable engineer on the F-117A production program and has also worked for the Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company as an electromagnetics group lead. He is a co-founder of CBH Technologies, a start-up developing next generation lighting technology and holds numerous patents.

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