William T. Marquitz holds a Bachelor, Masters and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering but spent almost all of his professional career working for the Federal Government, private industry, not-for-profit corporations as well as various universities as an adjunct professor working in many areas of computer science and systems engineering. Most of his work was performed in areas that were highly classified but represented technical work in support of many highly technical intelligence and surveillance systems. He is considered an expert in the design, construction and testing of most of the key components, subsystems and systems for space-based intelligence and surveillance systems.
Dr. Marquitz’s academic career involved the teaching of graduate courses in:
- Electrical Engineering (Florida Institute of Technology)
- Information Technology for MBA Students ( Marymount University of Virginia)
- Engineering Management (The George Washington University).
Dr. Marquitz was a Mentor for the Undergraduate Research Experience in 2006 at Elizabeth City State University where he supported the remote sensing team.