Scott A Wight
Scott has been a member of the Materials Measurement Science Division since 1989.
He received his thesis masters from the University of Maryland at College Park in Analytical/Nuclear/Environmental Chemistry in December, 1989. He received his BS in Chemistry from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh in 1986.
Scott's research interests include fundamental measurements of electron induced x-ray specimen interactions, characterization and modeling of the primary electron scattering by gas molecules and its effect on quantitation in the environmental scanning electron microscope, cathodoluminescence and quantitation by Auger electron spectroscopy.
2010 US Department of Commerce Gold Medal Award
2010 Microbeam Analysis Society Presidential Service Award
2015 Materials Measurement Laboratory Accolades Award for Service to MML