Backed by six decades of invaluable experience, Harold E. Puthoff, PhD, has risen to prominence as a renowned physics researcher. He founded the Institute for Advanced Studies at Austin in 1985, which, in 1991, was incorporated under EarthTech International, Inc. Dr. Puthoff has since served as president and CEO of the innovative research facility, which encompasses a high powered creative staff dedicated to exploring the forefront reaches of science and engineering. Prior to the establishment of his organization, Dr. Puthoff served as senior research scientist at SRI International. He also worked as a research associate and lecturer at Stanford University, an engineer at Sperry Electronic Tube Division, and as an engineer at General Electric. Notably, Dr. Puthoff also served the U.S. Naval Reserve at the National Security Agency as a lieutenant.
Throughout the course of his illustrious career, Dr. Puthoff has enjoyed a multitude of achievements. Currently, he holds three patents and is in the middle of processing a fourth. For many years, Dr. Puthoff led a highly classified program for the CIA and DIA, and was eventually able to publish an article on the history of the program in an intelligence journal. Another significant achievement was receiving the Certificate of Commendation from the NSA for his contributions to high-speed computing. Notably, Dr. Puthoff co-authored “Fundamentals of Quantum Electronics,” which was published in 1969.
Dr. Puthoff’s passion for physics developed at a young age. His education background includes a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering and Master of Science in Engineering from the University of Florida, as well as a Ph.D. from Stanford University in 1967. Today, Dr. Puthoff continues to exercise his passion for his profession through several affiliations. He is an active member of the American Physics Society, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Society for Scientific Exploration and Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society.
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