Staff R&D Engineer
Dr. Matt Brown graduated summa cum laude from Rutgers University in 2006 with a B.S. in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. He received his M.S. and his Ph.D. in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from Princeton University in 2007 and 2011, respectively. His doctoral dissertation, supervised by Professor Craig Arnold, explored a novel, laser-actuated printing process. This work involved time-resolved imaging experiments coupled with image processing and computational modeling of complex fluid-structure interactions.
After completing his Ph.D., Dr. Brown joined Logos Technologies, where he developed wide-area motion imagery (WAMI) sensor systems for civilian and military surveillance applications. His contributions involved optimizing the design and calibration of complex optomechanical sensor systems as well as prototyping the associated control and image exploitation software. Dr. Brown assumed the role of principal investigator in the development of real-time pose estimation, geolocation, and stabilized image rendering algorithms deployed in new payload systems.
Dr. Brown joined Kitware in December of 2016 as a research and development engineer on the computer vision team.
- Impulsively actuated jets from thin liquid films for high-resolution printing applications," Journal of Fluid Mechanics, vol. 709, Jan. 2012. , "
- Development of an efficient automated hyperspectral processing system using embedded computing," vol. 8390, Jan. 2012. , "
- Time-resolved dynamics of laser-induced micro-jets from thin liquid films," Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, vol. 11, Jan. 2011. , "
- Finite element analysis of blister formation in laser-induced forward transfer," Journal of Materials Research, vol. 26, Jan. 2011. , "
- Fundamentals of laser-material interaction and application to multiscale surface modification," Laser Precision Microfabrication Springer Series in Materials Science, vol. 135, p. 91–120, Jan. 2010. , "
- Time-resolved study of polyimide absorption layers for blister-actuated laser-induced forward transfer," Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 107, 08310, Jan. 2010. , "
- Electrical polarizability of carbon nanotubes in liquid suspension," Applied Physics Letter, vol. 90, no. 20, Jan. 2007. , "