Dr. Rick D. Hangartner is an Engineering and Computer Scientist specializing in AI, signal processing, and stochastic processes. Nearly 30 years experience developing computing hardware and software in the aerospace, data communications, transportation, and supercomputing industries. Ph.D. Computer Science from Oregon State University.
Dr. Rick D. Hangartner has nearly 30 years experience developing computing hardware and software in the aerospace, data communications, heavy-trucking, and supercomputing industries. Prior to joining Strands, he worked for seven years at Cray, Inc. developing high performance computing hardware and software.
Dr. Hangartner has taught classes in digital signal processing, computer organization, computer programming, and symbolic logic at the University of South Florida, Portland State University, and Oregon State University. He holds two U. S. patents, and has published several papers in signal processing and computing.
Dr. Hangartner is a member of Sigma Xi, IEEE, and ACM.
Dr. Hangartner attended Harvard University in 1975 and 1976, earned his B.A. in Mathematics in 1982 and his M.S. in Engineering Science in 1984 from the University of South Florida, and his Ph.D. in Computer Science in 1994 from Oregon State University.