Steve Rosser serves as a Technical Advisor.
Mr. Rosser received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Computer Information Systems, cum laude, from The University of Houston-Clear Lake in 1988.
Before joining the firm, Mr. Rosser worked as a programmer/analyst with Martin-Marietta at NASA’s Johnson Space Center. While there he was the lead developer on the MIRAGE project, a data acquisition and analysis system used in support of Spacelab human physiology experiments. Mr. Rosser received several awards for the MIRAGE project, including a NASA Public Service Group Achievement award in 1991 and a Space Act Award presented by the NASA Inventions and Contributions Board in 1996. In 1992, he co-wrote and presented a paper on MIRAGE at the Technology 2002 Conference in Baltimore, Maryland. After working at NASA, Mr. Rosser worked as a research engineer for Perceptive Scientific Instruments in League City, Texas, where he developed hardware and software systems in support of numerous federally funded research projects in the area of digital imaging and applications in molecular biology and genetics. After PSI, Mr. Rosser worked as a software engineer at TEAM Development in Austin, Texas, where he worked on a variety of projects on several computer platforms.