In May, the 43-year-old Horne completed his doctorate in electrical engineering from North Carolina A&T State University, collaborating on two papers on fiber optic devices and completing a dissertation on nonlinear fiber optics.
One of the papers – “GAWBS and Its Effect on SBS Based Slow Light in Optical Fibers” – was selected for presentation at the 2010 ICONO/LOT School for Young Scientists in Kazan, Russia, Aug. 23-27. The conference attracts scientists involved in fiber optic communications and other applications of the technology. He is the only American among this year’s 50 presenters.
While completing his graduate work over the last decade, Horne immersed himself in the wireless industry, most recently as manager of a multi-million-
Horne actually is returning to LBA. He was a project engineer in the company’s radio frequency safety program 15 years ago shortly after earning his bachelor of mathematics degree from North Carolina State University.
“We are extremely pleased to have Chris rejoin us at LBA,” says Jerry Brown, LBA Group president. “His experience and talent will give LBA Group yet another dimension of expertise as we strive to meet the demands of a vibrant, technically evolving wireless industry.”
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