Benjamin Dannan is a Staff Digital Engineer at Northrop Grumman, with a multi-faceted background that includes a wide range of professional engineering and military experiences. He is a senior member of IEEE, with professional engineering experience that includes over 12 years of designing, developing, and launching production products, ranging from fully autonomous robotic platforms, to pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) camera video systems, to ground combat vehicles. His design experience includes developing solutions for high-volume, high-reliability, harsh environments, which also entails designs for solutions that meet EMC susceptibility and radiated EMI requirements. He is a specialist in signal and power integrity concepts, as well as has multiple years of experience with EMC product development and certifications to support global product launches. Benjamin holds a certification in cybersecurity, has a BSEE from Purdue University, a Masters of Engineering in Electrical Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University, and graduated from the USAF Undergraduate Combat Systems Officer training school with an aeronautical rating. Benjamin is a trained Electronic Warfare Officer in the USAF with deployments on the EC-130J Commando Solo in Afghanistan and Iraq totaling 47 combat missions, as well as a trained USAF Cyber Operations Officer. He has co-authored multiple peer-reviewed journal publications. In addition, he received the prestigious DesignCon 2020 best paper award, given to authors leading as practitioners in semiconductor and electronic design.