February 16, 2021.
Aeris, LLC added three scientists and two software engineers over the past few months. “Our growing portfolio of software projects modeling complex scientific phenomena provided Aeris with the opportunity to bring aboard these talented individuals. We’re excited with the quality and multi-field experience of our new team members” said Managing Director Paul Bieringer.
Nicholas Geyer brings over 10 years of multi-scale meteorology, land-surface interactions, and biological modeling. He is currently completing his Ph.D. at CSU. Kyle Reinholt received his M.S. in Computer Science at CU in 2020, where he developed accessible artwork at the Superhuman Computing Lab and developed density monitoring applications at the Layer Lab. Jim Furlong brings 40 years of experience developing physics-based software while at AT&T, RDA, SAIC, Engility, and ARA. For the past 20 years, he developed modeling components for nuclear and radiological phenomenology that are part of DTRA’s HPAC (Hazard Prediction Assessment Capability). Stephen Kinch has extensive experience developing commercial software solutions, most recently as an architect and lead engineer of a cross-platform ecosystem of extendible data built around a geocoded unique identifier, with applications in the insurance, telco, and financial sectors. Pitney Bowes recognized Stephen’s technical leadership and expertise with the title Distinguished Engineer. Scott Runyon brings 5 years of experience as a meteorologist geospatial analyst for DTRA while at DSI. Prior to that, he worked in the Remote Sensing Center at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterrey, CA. Scott received his M.S in Atmospheric Science from SUNY/University of Albany in 2011.
For more about Nick, Kyle, Jim, Stephen, and Scott, please see our Aeris Team page.