|Bio: ||Larry Rohrbough is the Executive Director of TRUST. Prior to joining TRUST, Mr. Rohrbough was ESCHER Research Institute's Chief Technology Officer.
Mr. Rohrbough has over 20 years of experience in software engineering, technology consulting, program management, and business development for commercial, military, and government customers. Mr. Rohrbough has particular expertise in the Telecommunications and Department of Defense industries, Science and Technology research and development initiatives, and large-scale Operations Support System (OSS) development, deployment, and support.
Prior to joining ESCHER, Mr. Rohrbough held technical and management positions with CACI International, Accenture, and Delex Systems. At CACI International, Mr. Rohrbough provided technical program management support to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). In this role, Mr. Rohrbough managed the day-to-day activities of multiple research and development programs valued at more than $100M. Mr. Rohrbough provided domain expertise and technical analysis in the areas of wireless sensor networks, embedded systems, and complex, software-intensive systems. Mr. Rohrbough helped DARPA launch new research and development programs and supported the successful transition of DARPA-funded technology to the Department of Defense and commercial companies. Prior to that, Mr. Rohrbough was a manager with Accenture leading major engagements for communications and high-tech clients. At Accenture, Mr. Rohrbough led development and release management teams through full life-cycle implementation of large-scale billing, customer care, and order management systems, developed and implemented release management and software configuration management procedures and tools, and performed day-to-day management and client facing activities for multiple engagements. Prior to that, Mr. Rohrbough was a software engineer with Delex Systems. At Delex, Mr. Rohrbough developed sophisticated, computer-based weapons training systems for the U.S. military and foreign governments, researched, designed, and developed modeling algorithms to support multiple DoD weapon systems, implemented weapon training systems at customer sites, and conducted system administrator and end user training sessions.
Mr. Rohrbough holds a B.S. in Systems Analysis from Miami University and an M.S. in Software Systems Engineering from George Mason University. He is a member of ACM and IEEE.