I'm Scott Huson, an engineer and computer scientist. I love solving problems. I grew up living in countries around the world.
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This Fall (2022) I am at Brown University finishing my degree in Computer Engineering.
This summer I worked as a program management intern for the 3D printer company Formlabs. Last Spring (2022), I represented the United States as a Youth Ambassador at the Dubai Expo 2020 USA Pavilion.
For the summer of 2021 I built drones, designed microgravity hydroponics, and backpacked in the wilderness. This past spring and fall, I worked as a student Co-Op at the MIT Lincoln Laboratory with the Rapid Prototyping group.
Previously I have been with the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Team Blacksheep, and Pro.com. I currently am involved in research as well as work with several startups like Aloe Stories and WeNano. I've also worked with startups like ShelfLife.
In my free time I build drones, write scripts, and keep bees. After a semester of college, I decided I had gone to school too early, so I went and to Hong Kong for 6 months. I worked with the racing drone company Team Blacksheep, travelled in china, and lived in an apartment the size of a small closet.
Most of my projects are on GitHub. Other things I've done are:
The best way to reach out to me is by email, I'm open to all collaborations and conversations.
See my resume for more of my professional experience.