As Director of Engineering at two fortune 500 companies, Dr. Golio directed large R&D organizations, managed corporate IP committees, and supported corporate initiatives. Prior to this, Mike conducted pioneering work on large signal microwave device modeling. He served as an Assistant Professor at Arizona State University where he conducted research in nonlinear modeling. The IEEE recognized this work by making Dr. Golio a Fellow of the Institute in 1996.   In 2002 he was given the IEEE MTT-Society’s N. Walter Cox Award for exemplary service in a spirit of selfless dedication and cooperation, and in 2012 was awarded the IEEE MTT-Society Distinguished Service Award.

Dr. Golio has also pursued financial and retirement planning and published a book on this subject in 2002.  His interest in archaeology has led him to become involved in archaeological survey and mapping of many prehistoric and protohistoric sites across the US and Northern Mexico.  His publications also include several conference proceedings on these topics.  
PhD Electrical Engineering, North Carolina State University, 1983
MSEE, North Carolina State University, 1980
BSEE, University of Illinois, 1976