Dr. Neil Goldstein
Ph.D. (Chemical Engineering), Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1980
B.S. (Chemistry) Antioch College, 1976
Dr. Goldstein is a Principal Scientist and serves as a Senior Technical Fellow at SSI. He has played a leading role in developing several automated spectroscopic sensors from the conceptual stage through prototype testing and technology transfer. Current projects include dispersive sensors for imaging combustor temperature and concentration fields, measuring quality of pipeline gas, and airborne remote sensing. He is also involved in the development of optical sensors based on diode-laser absorption, Raman scattering, interferometry, and non-dispersive IR absorption. Previous projects have included kinetic investigations of ion-molecule reactions and the development of chemical-specific sensors using IR, visible, and UV spectroscopic probes.