LOCKHEED MARTIN SELECTS MARLTON RESIDENT FOR FELLOWS PROGRAM
MOORESTOWN, NJ, 28-NOV-05 -- Marlton resident Kenneth Kott was selected as a Lockheed Martin Fellow, recognizing his leadership in command and control and systems engineering. The title of Lockheed Martin Fellow is limited to one percent of the corporation’s technical employee population.
Kott has been a major technical force at Lockheed Martin’s business in Moorestown for many years. As a principal member of the engineering staff, he has provided exceptional leadership in software system architectural efforts for command and control systems. He has applied these efforts on several key programs, including the U.S. Navy’s Littoral Combat Ship program, next-generation destroyer DD(X) program, and the Aegis Weapon System open architecture program, as well as on independent research and development efforts associated with command and control systems.
The Fellows Program “is more than just a title,” said Russ Frew, vice president of programs and technology and chair of the Fellows Selection Committee. “It recognizes those few who have become the “go to” subject matter experts in technical areas critical to the corporation’s success, as well as to the mission objectives of our customers. These select few represent the best of our company's past, present and future.”
Kott holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Rutgers University. He and his wife, Donna, have two sons, ages 16 and 14.