Technology Today

2012 Issue 2

Teh-Kuang Lung

Engineering Profiles

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Mark Hebeisen
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Terry Stevenson
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Jennifer Cormack
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Tony Ponsford
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Teh-Kuang Lung
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Premkumar (Prem) Natarajan
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Engineering Profile

Teh-Kuang Lung
Director, NextGen Air Traffic Management Security and Transportation Systems, Network Centric Systems

Teh-Kuang Lung leads the NextGen ATM and Advanced Programs business, as well as International ATM within the ATM business area. In addition, Lung serves as the ATM technical director, leading the business technology direction in support of the business strategy. He is also the business area champion for the Ground Based Sense and Avoid System, working with the government to create a solution to enable a national plan for unmanned aerial vehicle operations in the national airspace system.

In his international role, Lung is responsible for introducing new business models to better serve our customers in the evolving civil and commercial marketplace. He is also responsible for bringing NextGen capabilities to our AutoTrac platforms and is currently engaged in bringing both new business models and NextGen capabilities to India and beyond.

Prior to his 11 years at Raytheon, Lung spent his career in the commercial sector working on e-commerce and Web-based solutions, and he co-founded a venture-backed startup in the Internet business-to-business industry.

On what excites him about his job, Lung states, "Innovation and growth. I've been fortunate enough to have previously worked as both a technologist and a business leader in the commercial technology sector. Having the entrepreneurial experience of starting a company also aligns well with my current role where the promotion of advanced technologies and new business ideas is part of my responsibilities."

Lung earned his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and his master's in computer science from Johns Hopkins University.

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