Dr. Vicente “Vince” Rodriguez, Attended The University of Mississippi, where he obtained his B.S.E.E. in 1994. Following graduation Dr. Rodriguez joined the department of Electrical Engineering at Ole Miss as a research assistant. During that time he earned his M.S. and Ph.D. (both degrees on Engineering Science with emphasis in Electromagnetics) in 1996 and 1999 respectively.
Dr. Rodriguez joined EMC Test Systems (now ETS-Lindgren) as an RF and Electromagnetics engineer in June 2000. During this time he was involved in E field generator design and the RF design of several anechoic chambers. In 2004 Dr. Rodriguez became the Senior Principal Antenna Engineer, a position that he held until October 2014, in those 10 years Dr. Rodriguez designed over 20 different antennas, some of them used by NASA to do EMC testing on the Shuttle and Orion Capsule. In November 2014 Dr. Rodriguez joined MI technologies in Suwanee, Georgia where he designs facilities and systems for Antenna, Radar Cross Section and Radome Testing.
Dr. Rodriguez is a Fellow of the Antenna Measurement Techniques Association. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the IEEE-EMC society and the ACES Society. He is a member of the working group for several electromagnetic measurement standards including the IEEE STD-149 (antenna measurements), the IEEE STD 1128 (RF absorber measurements), the RTCA DO-213 (aircraft weather radomes).