Dr. Scott Feister is an interdisciplinary scholar-teacher, collaborating on projects in many areas of science and education. The LaserNetUS community is his research home. As the Outreach committee member of i-USE, Scott is working grow LaserNetUS to include scientists and stakeholders from scientific domains outside of high-power-laser science. He is also advocating for everyday choices in how we structure our LaserNetUS processes that increase diversity in our community -- especially gender, cultural, and socioeconomic diversity. He was previously an Assistant Researcher at UCLA, a Postdoctoral Scholar at the Flash Center for Computational Science at University of Chicago, and a Research Scientist at the Air Force Research Laboratory. He earned a Ph.D. at The Ohio State University and a B.S. at University of Notre Dame. His current focus in research is prototyping data pipelines and control systems to capture the full scientific potential of high-repetition-rate lasers. Scott’s work includes large experimental datasets, low-level data acquisition hardware, supercomputer simulations, and closing the machine learning feedback loop.
- LaserNetUS i-USE Outreach Committee Member (2021-present)
- LaserNetUS Data & Diagnostics Workshop Participant (2023)
S. Feister, K. Cassou, S. Dann, A. Döpp, P. Gauron, A. J. Gonsalves, A. Joglekar, V. Marshall, O. Neveu, H.-P. Schlenvoigt, M. J. Streeter, C. A. J. Palmer. High Power Laser Sci. Eng. 11, 56 (2023). doi: doi.org/10.1017/hpl.2023.49
P. V. Heuer, S. Feister, D. B. Schaeffer, H. G. Rinderknecht. Phys. Plasmas 29 110401 (2022). doi: doi.org/10.1063/5.0130801
J. T. Morrison, S. Feister, K. D. Frische, D. R. Austin, G. K. Ngirmang, N. R. Murphy, C. Orban, E. A. Chowdhury, W. M. Roquemore. New J. Phys. 20 022001 (2018). doi: doi.org/10.1088/1367-2630/aaa8d1
P. L. Poole, C. Willis, R. W. Daskalova, K. George, S. Feister, S. Jiang, J. Snyder, J. Marketon, D. W. Schumacher, K. Akli, L. van Woerkom, R. R. Freeman, and E. A. Chowdhury. Appl. Opt., 55 4613-4719 (2016). doi: doi.org/10.1364/AO.55.004713
- I-USE: Intense-light USers Engagment Committee