Michael Geilich, PMP

Senior Director

Michael is a certified Project Management Professional with over 30 years of experience delivering software-based products and services, both as a software engineer and manager. He leads RSG’s software engineering team in the delivery of software solutions across RSG’s technical disciplines.

Prior to joining RSG, Michael led product engineering and software service organizations for TomTom, Fostex, New England Digital, Teradyne, and others. His technical interests have focused on data acquisition and processing and his organizational interests include software development methodologies and best practices for modern software development. Michael synthesizes his experience across industries as diverse as transportation, cybersecurity, audio, and automated test equipment to deliver efficient, predictable, high-quality software solutions. He has received patents for his work in cybersecurity, digital audio, and address matching.

In his free time, Michael plays clarinet and saxophones with a variety of classical, jazz, and rock groups. He is a licensed Apple Developer and writes iPhone apps for musicians. He also likes to garden and is learning how to raise bees.

EDUCATION

PMP, Project Management, Project Management Institute
ME, Electrical Engineering, Thayer School of Engineering
BE, Engineering, Thayer School of Engineering
BA, Psychology and Philosophy, Dartmouth College

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS & PUBLICATIONS

US Patent #7,831,382 – Method for differentiating duplicate or similarly named disjoint localities within a state or other principal geographic unit of interest.

US Patent #D366,871 – Audio workstation.

US Patent #2007018564 – Map database having address points for determining destinations and vector determination method.

US Patent # 8,862,454 – Method and apparatus for simulating risk tolerance and associated adversary costs in a distributed business process.

US Patent Application #20090089319 – System and method for differentiating duplicate addresses in a locality.

US Patent Application #20070276845 – Locality index and method for indexing localities.