Philip M. Mock is currently the Lead Radar Systems Engineer for Naval Air Systems Command on the P-8A, Poseidon Maritime
Patrol Aircraft at Patuxent River Naval Air Station, MD. Dr. Mock received his BS degree in Physics (1977) from the University of
Notre Dame and both his MS in Materials Engineering (1980) and PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering (1991) from North
Carolina State University.
Dr. Mock received a postdoctoral Fellowship from the Ofce of Naval Technology and worked in developing quasi-optical power
amplifers and solid-state radar transmitters at the Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake, CA. He joined the Research Department
at the Raytheon Company, Lexington, MA in 1996. His work at Raytheon included the development of Ka Band GaAs and InP IMPATT oscillators employed in
radar transmitters and X Band GaN integrated amplifers. He also provided technical support to Raytheon’s Patriot and THAAD Missile Defense Programs. Dr.
Mock joined the Radar and Antenna Systems Division of NAVAIR in Patuxent River, MD in 2006 where he has served as a Radar Engineer supporting Tactical
Strike and Air ASW, Assault and Special Mission Programs.
He is a member of the IEEE, Alpha Sigma Mu, Eta Kappa Nu, and Tau Beta Pi. Dr. Mock enjoys traveling with his wife, Anne and recreational fying.