Dr. Dellomo is the Associate Director and Advisor to the Masters in Telecommunications Program at the University of Maryland, College Park. He was an Assistant Professor at SUNY Binghamton from 1984-1988. He then joined the MITRE Corporation, working on advanced signal processing and communications problems for naval contracts. During this time, he also taught courses at several colleges and universities in the Washington area.

In 1995, he left MITRE to work at Radio Dynamics Corporation where he later became CTO and VP of Research.  There, Dr. Dellomo continued signal processing research, now aimed specifically at the commercial telecommunications market. He developed algorithms to optimize relocation strategies for emerging cellular companies in the late 1990s.

Dr. Dellomo joined the University of Maryland, College Park in 1997 and became an Assistant Research Professor. There, he has created several graduate level courses for the Masters in Telecommunications program. He is now the Associate Director and Student Advisor to the program and also has been a Scientific Development Officer for the Norbert Wiener Center at the University of Maryland since its inception in 2006.

He has worked on several DARPA grants, Multi-University Research Initiatives, and Maryland Industrial Partnership grants. He continues to conduct research on communications and RF processing using new and emerging technologies. He also continues to teach masters level telecommunications courses and received the inaugural Instructor of the Year award for the Telecom program in 2011. Dr. Dellomo also enjoys being a senior advisor and lead instructor at RF Academics where he helps create, review, and teach technical courses in the cellular and wireless domain.

  • Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, 1984
  • M.A., Johns Hopkins University, 1980
  • B.S., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1979