Keith Gremban
Research Professor
COLORADO CENTER FOR ASTRODYNAMICS RESEARCH (CCAR)

Aerospace Engineering Sciences
University of Colorado at Boulder
Boulder, CO 80309-0431

Focus Area

Remote Sensing, Earth & Space Science

Education

PhD, Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University
MS, Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University
MS, Applied Mathematics, Michigan State University
BS, Mathematics, Michigan State University

Professional Experience

2020 - Present, Program Manager, 5G-to-NextG Initiative, Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, US Department of Defense
2020 - Present, Research Professor, Aerospace Engineering Sciences, University of Colorado Boulder
2020 - Present, Senior Fellow, Silicon Flatirons Center, University of Colorado Boulder
2019 - 2020, Research Professor, Technology, Cybersecurity, and Policy Program, University of Colorado Boulder         
2015 - 2019, Director, Institute for Telecommunication Sciences, National Telecommunications and Information Administration
2014 - 2015, Founder, Shavano Systems LLC
2011 - 2014, Program Manager, Strategic Technologies Office, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)
2009 - 2010, Director, Computer Systems Research, SET Corporation, a Science Applications International Corporation Company
2007 - 2009, Director, Denver Advanced Technology Division, SET Corporation, a Science Applications International Corporation Company
2006 - 2007, Assistant Vice President and Division Manager, Science Applications International Corporation
2002 - 2006, Senior Scientist, Science Applications International Corporation
1998 - 2002, Senior Research Engineer, SRI International, Englewood, CO
1997 - 1998, Senior Systems Engineer, Computing Devices International (CDInt)
1995 - 1998, Senior Scientist, CTA Incorporated
1988 - 1995, Graduate Student and Research Assistant, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University
1980 - 1988, Staff Engineer, Martin Marietta Corporation

Awards (Selected)

Senior Fellow, Silicon Flatirons Center, University of Colorado Wolf School of Law

Research Interests

RF noise measurement and analysis
Spectrum monitoring
Spectrum sharing
Internet of Things