James P. Muccioli received a Bachelor and Master degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan. Mr. Muccioli has extensive industry experience in Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) design, analysis, and testing. His background includes over twenty years of specialized EMC component, system, and vehicle experience at United Technologies, X2Y Attenuators, DaimlerChrysler, and Chrysler. Mr. Muccioli has co-authored numerous technical publications as well as taught undergraduate and professional education courses at Lawrence Technological University and the University of Michigan on EMC subjects. Mr. Muccioli is a certified EMC Engineer, ESD Engineer, and Master EMC Design Engineer through iNARTE. He is an active member of the SAE EMC Standards Committees and chairman of the IC EMC Task Force. Additionally, Mr. Muccioli is an active member of IEEE EMC Society and a former member of the Board of Directors (1993-1998; 2001-2003). In 1998, Mr. Muccioli received an IEEE Fellow for contributions to integrated circuit design practices to minimize electromagnetic interference. Currently, Mr. Muccioli is an EMC consultant with Jastech EMC Consulting that specializes in Automotive and Military ground vehicles.
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Farmington Hills, Michigan
Terry M. North received both BSEE and MSEE degrees from Wayne State University. His early experience includes service with the U. S. Army in RF communications and with Ford Motor Company in advanced fuel systems design. Joining Chrysler in 1985, Mr. North was one of the early contributors in the effort to develop an EMC analysis and testing capability with an automotive focus. Over the more than 20 years that he was with Chrysler, he contributed to the development of a world class in house automotive EMC capability, which assisted in the advancement of the automotive industry in EMC. Mr. North was also involved in the EMC development and qualification of passive restraints systems at Chrysler. He was a major contributor in the development of Chrysler corporate EMC standards and served as a consultant on EMC and E/E systems issues. As a Senior Engineering Specialist with DaimlerChrysler, he also contributed to the development of international EMC standards that combined different backgrounds and processes. He is a member of the SAE EMC Committee and its Integrated Circuits EMC Task Force and is the co-author of the SAE J1752 series of standards. Mr. North has three patents for EMC test development and has co-written several papers on IC RF Emissions and EMC test development that were presented at IEEE Symposiums. Mr. North has more than 20 years of experience in EMC and is a senior member of the IEEE
Dale Sanders holds a BSE in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan-Dearborn. He is an iNARTE certified Master EMC Design Engineer and is a senior member of the IEEE. Mr. Sanders is currently the owner of eM Design Concepts LLC and serves as an Independent Consultant to Jastech EMC Consulting LLC. Mr. Sanders has extensive automotive industry experience in EMC design, analysis, and testing. Past employment experience includes Xilinx Inc., X2Y Attenuators LLC, and service in the U.S. Marine Corps. Mr. Sanders has guest lectured on numerous EMC topics at the University of Michigan-Dearborn and University of Detroit-Mercy as well as co-authored various EMC technical publications and presentations. His professional membership includes IEEE EMC Society, NDIA, SAE, and iNARTE. Mr. Sanders currently serves on SAE Standards Committees and Task Forces for Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR), Electromagnetic Immunity (EMI), and Integrated Circuits (IC).