Dr. Gregory Scott, PhD spent 6 years as an Aerospace Engineer and Space Roboticist at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, DC., and 3 years as a Flight Design Engineer with the United Space Alliance. He received his PhD in Space Robotics at University of Surrey, and did his PhD research in the area of space robotics and the study of locomotion of biologically-inspired vehicles on planetary soils. The title of his thesis was: Steps towards characterising legged microrover performance on compressible planetary soils. Greg did his MSc research in Space Architecture at University of Houston, which is based around the study of traditional architectural theory and applying it to habitable space systems. The focus of his MSc thesis was on the development of a sustainable human settlement on Mars. He received his BSc in Aerospace and Astronautical Engineering at Penn State University. His BSc studies were in Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering. The primary focus of his coursework was spacecraft engineering, spacecraft design, satellite controls, and other space-related classes. He also completed the Engineering Leadership Development Minor.
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