Craig Baucke

RCS Consulting Engineer, GE Aviation
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Mr. Craig Baucke is in his 32nd year with GE Aviation. He is the Consulting Engineer for Radar Cross Section and founded the Survivability Design Board at GE Aviation. He has been involved in computational electromagnetics, RCS design, RCS analysis & test for 37 years, working on the YF120, F414, F118, F-136 & other advanced systems. He has been team leader for numerous programs including the initial deployment of an operating jet engine exhaust system near-field RCS test system. Before GE, Craig worked as an RCS engineer for Rockwell / North American Aircraft on the B1-B, Tomahawk cruise missile and other systems.

Mr. Baucke received GE-Aviation's 2007 Perry T. Egbert award for most outstanding technical achievement. He holds numerous RCS-related patents. He has taught propulsion system RCS short courses for Georgia Tech since 2006, and has taught numerous short courses for NDIA, AFIT and GE Aviation After-Hours courses. He has been a member of the IEEE AP-S society for over 35 years. In 1995, he received the Best Paper award from the Applied Computational EM Society.

Mr. Baucke graduated from the University of Tulsa with a B.S. in Engineering Physics & an M.S. in Electrical Engineering (1988).