Dr. Scott is an Executive Vice President of Aerodyne and leads efforts in commercializing its remote sensing technologies. He joined Aerodyne in 1982 and for many years led and grew its pursuits in optical remote sensing, signature modeling and control, and secured the position of the Aerodyne-developed SPIRITS code as a government reference standard model. Previously, he was a leading civilian scientist at the Air Force Arnold Engineering Development Center (AEDC), where he raised its capabilities in turbine and rocket engine spectroscopic plume measurements to national prominence. His research interests include spectroscopic methods for material diagnosis and identification.
Herman E. Scott
Ph.D., Physics, Ohio State University