Ehson Mosleh is currently the Chief Scientist at Tyvak Nanosatellite Systems, Inc. and has over 15 years of experience in building high-performance small satellites for civil, defense, and commercial customers. He holds a Bachelors and Masters Degree in Computer Science from Montana State University. As a student at MSU, he was active in and eventually the leader of Space Science and Engineering Laboratory at MSU, which was a forerunner in the “CubeSat revolution,” transforming the once hobby industry into an arena where small satellites are now cost-effective and an integral part of the larger aerospace ecosystem. His responsibilities as Chief Scientist include overseeing the overall technical execution of a diverse set of missions, including Tyvak satellites currently in operation, in addition to formulating future mission architectures. Ehson’s technical areas of expertise are in Systems Engineering, EO/IR Payloads, and tailored Mission Assurance practices for fast-paced programs.