Dr. Charvat authored or co-authored numerous journals, proceedings, magazine articles, and seminars on topics including; applied electromagnetics, synthetic aperture radar (SAR), and phased array radar systems, RF and analog design, and project based learning. He has developed numerous rail SAR imaging sensors, phased array radar systems, impulse radar systems, and holds a number of patents. For fun Greg develops vacuum tube audio equipment, restores antique radios, watches, clocks, designed his own amateur radio station from scratch, likes to go Lindy-hop dancing, and sails on the Long Island Sound.
Greg is a Senior Member of the IEEE. He served on both the 2010 and 2013 IEEE Symposium on Phased Array Systems and Technology steering committees, on the steering committee for the CMU 2012 Next Generation Medical Imaging Workshop, served as chair of the IEEE AP-S Boston Chapter from 2010-2011, and IEEE Boston Section Member at Large in 2012.
Press on his work can be found on the front page of mit.edu news, in Slashdot, Popular Science blog, MIT CSAIL news, ABC news, CNN blog, Financial Times, Popular Mechanics Blog, PC Magazine, Fox News Boston, BBC News, Wired UK, Discovery News, R & D Magazine, MSNBC online, MIT Alumni News, The State News, Wall Street Journal, Make Magazine blog, IEEE Spectrum Magazine, QST Magazine, and others.