About Knowledge Web, LLC
A Maryland LLC established in 2010, Knowledge Web supports its clients in proposal development responding to government RFPs, Instrument Management and Instrument Systems Engineering support for NASA projects, and instrument concept development. The basis of all we do is knowledge, professionalism, commitment to our clients’ success, and above all, ethical conduct.
Opher Ganel, Ph.D.
Accomplished scientist (Experimental High Energy Physics), instrument designer, systems engineer and instrument manager with over 27 years’ experience in cutting-edge science and technology in collider experiments, sub-orbital projects, nano-satellite and orbital observatory projects. Successfully built and led multi-disciplinary teams. Provides highly effective interface between science and engineering teams. Detail-oriented problem solver, able to rapidly master large amounts of material and synthesize into coherent picture. Brings wide experience to bear as review team member. Extensive proposal-writing experience. Effective speaker, rendering complex issues accessible and compelling.
- Science instrument design
- Systems engineering
- Interface between project science and engineering teams
- Proposal development, authoring and editing
- Proposal reviewing
- Project review and presentation development
- Public presentation and speaking
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Why hire Knowledge Web?
Opher Ganel brings to bear over 27 years experience ranging from theoretical physics to experimental physics, from instrument management to systems engineering, and from capture management and writing science proposals to authoring, editing and reviewing engineering service contract proposals. Dr. Ganel has worked as a member and leader of teams of scientists, students, engineers, technicians, artists and managers from around the world on four continents. His unfailing commitment is always to the success of the team, without undue concern to who gets personal credit. As a team leader, Dr. Ganel’s philosophy is that praise should be made public, while corrections are best handled one-on-one with the relevant individual.