Pierre Corriveau, Ph.D
Chief Undersea Technologies, Raytheon Company-Integrated Defense Systems
Dr. Pierre Corriveau is the Senior Scientific Technical Manager and Chief Technology Officer at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC). Dr. Corriveau has been with NUWC since 1981, when he was a project engineer in the Weapons Silencing Hydrodynamics and Structures Block Program. Dr. Corriveau has an MBA from the Sloan School of Management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1997) when he was the Navy Selection to the Sloan Fellows Program. Dr. Corriveau also has a PhD in Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics (1991), and an MS in Ocean Engineering from the University of Rhode Island (1978).
Marked by his acquisition of several Navy Issued Patents, excellence awards and fellowships, Dr. Corriveau has had a notable career a scientific researcher and consultant to the US Navy. Dr. Corriveau has been responsible for the development of multiple collaborations and the promotion of innovation in design and technology for applications to undersea warfare and exploratory research and development efforts. Currently, as CTO at NUWC, Dr. Corriveau is part of the senior leadership team for the Center, which oversees technology matters that shape overall Center strategy. He is responsible for building internal and external coalitions/teams to deal with sensitive and complex issues, championing the warfare center role in S&T to external audiences, and mentoring rising technical leaders.