David Stupples

Professor David Stupples

Professor of Electronic and Radio Systems, City University London
Professor David Stupples began his career as a Royal Air Force engineering officer engaged in electronic warfare research and development, and later at the Royal Radar Establishment Malvern on electronic intelligence applications. He moved to Hughes Aircraft systems in California where he was involved with the development of electronic intelligence reconnaissance satellites and research into space-borne synthetic aperture radar. For a number of years he worked for GCHQ on signals intelligence, and later becoming a scientific advisor to the UK Government. He also worked with PA consulting, where as a senior partner he advised a number of foreign governments on technical intelligence matters. He is now professor of electronic and radio systems at City, University of London where he leads research in electronic warfare. He is a board director of Crossword Cybersecurity plc, and a board director of the Association of Old Crows