Dr. Douglas K. Lemon

Dr. Lemon is currently the Director of the Space Dynamic Lab at Utah State University. He is strengthening the organization’s focus on science and innovation coupled with stronger partnering with clients from technology innovation through solution implementation. He has led development of next-generation solutions for clients working in space, aerospace, intelligence, national defense and homeland security. His technical and programmatic work has focused on advance methods and applications of satellite and aerial image processing, ultrasonic measurements and other advanced electronic systems. In previous positions with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), he established the scientific and technical direction for three thrust areas at PNNL that led to production expansion, market diversification and greater mission impact in defense, homeland security and intelligence. As president and CEO of a small business, he facilitated development of new image processing methods and advanced GPS guidance systems. Throughout his career, he has provided guidance and input in development of instrumentation for electro-optic and ultrasonic measurements, millimeter wave imaging, other custom instrumentation, an acoustic monitoring system for detection of meteoroid impact to the U.S. Space Station, inspections systems for rocket motor components and a high temperature ultrasonic sensor.

Broadcast 1192 (Special Edition)

Guests: Dr. Pat Patterson and Dr. Douglas Lemon. Topics: SmallSat Conference, Space Dynamics Lab, academic outreach for satellites, commercial satellite programs. Dr. Pat Patterson returned to The Space Show with the new Director of the Space Dynamics Lab (SDL) at Utah State University, Dr. Douglas Lemon, to discuss the upcoming SmallSat Conference in Logan, Utah from August 10-13, 2009.

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