Andy has diverse and extensive experience spanning data sciences, information technology and applied physics, with a passion for developing and scaling disruptive technology platforms. At MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Andy served as a key technical contributor to a broad range of homeland security and defense research programs, and was the architect for the Laboratory’s Distributed Disaster Response program, developing advanced information systems for large-scale crisis response and management. Andy has a PhD from Harvard University and a BS from Cornell University.
Lars has comprehensive expertise building large complex software systems, and has served as a Software Engineer at MIT’s Lincoln Laboratory since 2010, where he began developing Composable Analytics. Prior to joining Lincoln Laboratory, Lars worked as a Software Engineer at Microsoft Corporation from 2006 to 2010. Lars received his MS in Computer Science from Georgia Institute of Technology in 2004, and his BS in Computer Science from Georgia Tech in 2003.
Micah is an experienced, hands-on software architect involved with large-scale distributed software systems and web-based applications for data analysis. Micah comes from MIT Lincoln Laboratory, where he was a core contributor and leader for many complex software design and development efforts across a variety of homeland security and disaster response programs, including the Composable Analytics platform. Micah has an MS in Software Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and a BS in Computer Science from Clemson University.