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Brian C. Hart, Ph.D., is a strategic engagement leader on a mission to leverage space technology to protect U.S. interests and assets against adversaries. Throughout Dr. Hart's career, he has enjoyed: Working closely with business executives to provide strategic direction and leadership, translating customer and competitive intelligence into compelling capture strategies and solutions, and mentoring teams to enhance individual and company capabilities while fostering an engaging and accountable environment, being involved in STEAM initiatives and education to develop greater awareness in the community, and serving the armed forces with the U.S. Navy and U.S. Army National Guard. He is excited to begin developing his career in Jacobs's Critical Mission Systems business unit, supporting NORAD and the U.S. Space Force.



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Brian Hart wrote:
The speaking engagement is not until April 18, 2006. I am looking very much forward to it.

Wow that is pretty impressive, for them to remember you from a conference and then follow up with a request to speak a few years later. That must have been one heck of a first impression.

Brian Hart wrote:
The particular doctors and I are in the same scientific research society -- Sigma Xi[^] and we met at one of the Society's annual meetings, which was held November, 2004 in Montreal, at the Le Centre Sheraton hotel. I just walked up and introduced myself and said I was an astrophysics student, and the rest was from there. We exchanged contact info, and then they just happened to think of me for their lecture.

So is this conference open to the public? How does the average Joe Schmo find out about events like these? Ever thought of creating a collaborative website where non-science folks can find out in their local area what is happening? I know that I'm not alone I have a few friends who are also interested in science (but not in school) who would love to get a greater understanding of the world around us. I suppose I should go and take a look at the link you posted it’s probably what I just prescribed.

Brian Hart wrote:
I think it is great, and Brian Greene is a real smart guy with lots of new and exciting ideas. It's so important these days, IMHO, to spread the wonder of science as Greene is so capable of doing.

It funny, being someone who is interested in science I had long ago run across String Theory but never really understood the purpose (the website I found referencing it was horribly written). It wasn’t until I first saw Mr. Greene’s Nova special that then (and subsequently reading the book) I understood how vast and important String / M Theory was.

Its truly sad sight to see how much time is devoted to entertainment and not the sciences in our modern media outlets. I'm sure that there are more folks like Brian Greene / Albert Einstein out there just waiting to be inspired to take our civilization to the new heights. A true dichotomy is how do you get people like Brian out of the laboratory and out to inspire others while still conducting the necessary research?

ZeePain! wrote:
This seems like one of those programs that started small, grew incrementally, building internal pressure, and finally barfed all over its source code sneakers. Or something.[^]
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