33 years aerospace industry experience in mechanical engineering, thermal analysis, structural analysis, team leadership and program management. Retired from Raytheon Missile Systems in Tucson, December, 2013.
- M.S. - Master of Science in Engineering Mechanics, University of Arizona
AE416/417 Aerospace Structures and Instrumentation Laboratory and Lecture
EGR200 Conceptual Design (CATIA)
EGR101 Introduction to Engineering
ES201 Engineering Mechanics - Statics
UNIV101 College Success
AE420 Preliminary Aircraft Design
J.W. Zwick, “Thermal Analysis of the TOW Flight Motor Nozzle”, Proceedings of the Joint Army Navy NASA Air Force (JANNAF) Propulsion Conference, New Orleans, LA, 1983.
J.W. Zwick, “Effect of Surface Flatness on Interface Heat Transfer”, Semi-Therm Conference Proceedings, San Diego, CA, 1988.
J.W. Zwick and C.S. Desai, “Thermo-Structural Analysis of a 313-Pin Plastic Ball Grid Array”, Proceedings of the ASME Interpak99 Conference, Lahaina, HI, 1999.
J.W. Zwick, “Lessons Learned from the ESSM Radome Failure Investigation”, Proceedings from the 9th DoD Electromagnetic Windows Symposium, Huntsville, AL, 2003.
J.W. Zwick, “Lifecycle Considerations in the Design of Thermal Protection Systems”, National Space and Missile Materials Symposium, Huntsville, AL, 2004.
J.W. Zwick, “Aero-thermal Heating Capability Enhancement”, Raytheon Mechanical Materials Technology Network Proprietary Proceedings, Tucson, AZ, 2005.
Memberships and Credentials
Private Pilot, 450 hours total time, single engine land airplane
Awards, Honors and Recognitions
2010 – US Army Letter of Commendation for Excalibur IOTE Support
2003 – Letter of commendation for support of Maverick Program Cryo-Engine Litigation
2001 – Letter of commendation for support of Standard Missile II Block IVA Proof Test Development
1998 – Electro-Optical Sensor Technology Network Award for development of a Proof Test for IR Missile Domes