With over two decades of experience in the mobile market is an industry visionary and the chief of innovation at Location Labs –- he specializes in launching massively scalable software implementing advanced algorithms. Prior to Location Labs, he was a lead architect at Silicon Graphics, Inc. where he spearheaded numerous enhancements to the SGI Irix operating system.
Scott was also a lead architect at the United States Department of Defense, where he implemented data mining and machine learning algorithms in Internet security and traffic modeling applications.
He has published in a wide range of disciplines from discrete mathematics and elementary particle theory to analytical chemistry and geo-physics. He has also at worked at three Department of Energy National Laboratories, including the National Institute of Science and Technology and the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Scott has a Ph.D. in Mathematical Physics from the University of California and lives in Berkeley with his wife, artist Marylin Hotes.
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