William Malas received his Bachelor of Science degree at ENC in Computer Engineering. He currently works as a Systems Engineer at Raytheon in the PMET program. William spent a lot of his last two years at ENC assisting Dr. Cornely and his research into developing methods for computing the Total Electron Content (TEC) and then displaying that data in near real time. This system will be the backbone for further research and data storage for earthquake precursor signal acquisition, processing, assimilation and fusing around the world to be redirected to ENC to support research in earthquake forecasting. William's background includes 5 years of IT experience both as a help desk technician and a systems administrator and two years of Internship at Raytheon. William looks forward to continued contribution in earthquake forecasting.