Twenty years' experience employed by The Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory, Submarine Technology Department. Project engineer, systems design, and field test coordinator, are examples of tasks provided for US Navy research projects. Designed and directed the effort of deploying and manufacturing the red tide sensor, known as BreveBuster, at Mote. As president and owner of Siesta Key Hardware, implemented a network based computer system to automate all aspects of operations and revived the failing store.
Mechanical Engineering, Lawrence Institute of Technology.
2 years Associates Degree in Electronics Technology, Cleveland Institute of Technology.
* Charter Member, National Academy of Inventors * Cleared Secret, Secret Crypto, and Special Access, US Navy * Patent: Optical Phytoplankton Discriminator #7,236,248 B2 * Patent: Combination Precision Punch Assembly...#6,119,556
We are tremendously thankful that Mote Aquarium will be able to reopen to the public on Saturday, October 1, during normal operating hours (9:30 AM - 5:00 PM), following our closure for preparation and response to Hurricane Ian. Unfortunately, our Sharktoberfest event, which was scheduled for October 1, will be postponed. If you have purchased a ticket, please check your email for more information. Our thoughts and best wishes are with our friends, family, partners and all of those who are continuing to manage recovery efforts. Any additional updates about reopening will be provided via social media: @MoteMarineLab on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter.