Currently the Chief Engineer and Lab manager of the NASA
Telescience and Internet Systems Laboratory at Kennedy Space Center. Job
duties include providing technical direction and information systems
in support of pre-launch scientific payload processing and launch
Responsibilities include planning next generation computer networks
and the development and operations of computer and network systems
that remotely extend KSC's launch site presence (voice, video, data,
telemetry) to and from remote locations.
Civil Servant for NASA at the Kennedy Space Center since 1982.
- Manage and operate KSC's streaming video and telemetry systems (1996 - present)
- Managed and operated KSC's Payload Operational Network 1983-2000
- NASA Agency-Wide Webmaster - 1994 - 1996
- Setup one of the 1st government Web Servers - 1993
- Lead developer for the 1st Windows based Internet Network News Reader WinVN - 1993
- Lead developer - multiple NASA AI/Symbolics Expert Systems
- Setup NASA/KSC's first Ethernet based Local Area Network (1983-1986)
- Experiment Engineer - NASA Spacelab Experiments Division
- Computer Engineer - NMR/MRI Lab Florida State University
- Systems Programmer - Plato System (jd/s) Florida State University
- B.S., Applied Physics, Florida State University
- B.S., Computer Engineering, Florida State University
- M.S., Computer Science, Florida State University
- M.S., Space Technology, Florida Institute of Technology
Plea for restraint
I am a NASA engineer that operates KSC's scientific and technical Internet Systems, but I don't work for the Public Affairs Office. For public affairs questions, please contact the KSC Public Affairs Office.
However, Please do E-mail me if you need me to edit any links or if you
find a problem with any scientific or technical links at KSC (generally ones that start with "http://science.ksc.nasa.gov") or if you find any items on the KSC Science server that are incorrect or not functioning.