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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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sfdougl wrote:
And here my girlfriend and I where just talking about how we have run out of things to see. One of these days I'm going to put together a webpage of all the various museums I have been to and which ones offered a lot of content.

Well, the Bell Museum's Cafe Scientifique program meets regularly, with a different topic each time, and you can have discussion about science topics with other science buffs. It's great to sign up and go there regularly.

Plus, there's a ton of universities and colleges in the Minneapolis/Saint Paul area:

University of Minnesota (duh)
University of St. Thomas
Hamline University (my alma mater)
Macalester College
Augsburg College

and the list goes on. They all have lecture series and other outreach programs through their scientific departments. Google their web sites and click around til you find the colleges' biology, chemistry, and physics departments, and see what they are all up to!

sfdougl wrote:
If you don’t mind my asking what is your doctorate thesis on?

My thesis is trying to answer questions about the nature and distribution of dark matter and dark energy throughout the Universe, through the study of clusters of galaxies. I use the Chandra X-Ray Observatory -- which is an orbiting satellite -- to study clusters of galaxies in X-rays, since clusters are filled with a very tenuous, hot gas -- so hot that it shines very brightly in X-rays. Clusters of galaxies are the largest gravitationally bound objects in the entire Universe. They shine so brightly because the gas is pulled into a deep gravity well which is produced by the dark matter in the cluster. The more dark matter, the stronger the gravity pulls on the gas -- and knocks it around (which always causes gas to heat up) -- and the brighter it shines. I look at the characteristic "pattern of shining" or the so-called X-ray morphology, of a cluster of galaxies to learn about the way the underlying dark matter (which I can't see) is distributed throughout the galaxy cluster.

Sincerely Yours,
Brian Hart
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of California, Irvine
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