Brandon is a proud Cajun from South Louisiana, where he grew up building homes, repairing appliances, and playing sports. He has earned degrees from the University of Louisiana and Louisiana Tech University. His non-work interests range widely from jiu jitsu to the visual arts.
- Westminster, Colorado, United States
- Reported to the Senior Vice President of Research and Translational Science.
- Developed proprietary algorithms for spectral preprocessing, prototyping software, and ensuring machine qualification and spectral reproducibility.
- Redeveloped preprocessing workflows by utilizing a novel gold standard technique that I created. This technique has reduced our reproducibility error by 50%.
- Utilized this novel gold standard to build a machine state monitoring tool that is integrated with Tableau and tested with PowerBI. This tool quantifies machine state, can assist with machine tuning, and can forecast maintenance requirements.
- Teach introductory physics, science communication, and life skills.
- PHYS 211: Introductory Physics I (5 credit course & lab)
- PHYS 212: Introductory Physics II (5 credit course & lab)
- Classically resolved the electron self-energy paradox (most infamous paradox in classical physics)
- Dissertation: Classical Renormalization of the Point Charge
- Shows quantum-like phenomena from the classical scale that also agree with experiment.
- First classical theorem that can successfully account for pair annihilation (electron+positron='BOOM'), as is commonly encountered with PET imaging.
- Contributing member for the development of the new hybrid introductory physics courses, PHYS 209 and PHYS 210. As a contributing member: develop the course materials (e.g., notes, quizzes, tests), lectured the first courses, and ran the recitation sessions. I also assisted with the undergraduate optics lab and the graduate level classical mechanics course.
- Thesis: A Classical Rendition of the Polarizable Vacuum
- Thesis used to resolve electron self-energy paradox
- Performed research on characterization of metal alloy elastic properties, dark matter via statistical analysis of Type Ia supernova data, and developed non-incendiary tracers for the US Army. The tracers are now commercially available at Cabela's and online as 'Glow Ammo' and involved building a 'dark tunnel' to test the munitions, operating heavy machinery, welding, electrical, and munitions manufacturing.
- Fluency: Native speaker
- Cajun French
- Fluency: Native speaker
- Data Analysis
- Level: MasterKeywords:
- Level: IntermediateKeywords:
- Frontend Engineering
- Level: BeginnerKeywords:
- Nature, Health and Fitness