Space Sciences Corporation provides a high quality of Research, Design, Development, Testing, Engineering, Technology Management and Reporting at any stage of the development process including follow on activities. In the following areas:

Manned & Unmanned Aerial Systems Research Design Test Management & Engineering
Radiation Effects/Hardening/Shielding/Analysis
Space Satellite Microelectronics & RF Power Electronics
EMI/EMC Analysis / Shielding
Materials Characterization
Solid State, Hybrid Lasers & Optical System Design and Development
Multilayer Thin Films for Corrosion and Radiation Protection
Hardware Anti/Reactive-Tamper Systems
Small Form Factor Energy/ Power Systems
Radiation Health Physics

Lindsay O’Brien Quarrie
BSEE, MSEE, PhD Materials Engineering, Chairman and Chief Technology Officer (CTO)

As Chairman and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Space Sciences Corporation Lindsay plans, captures and executes new business for small business innovation research (SBIR) and Broad Agency Announcements (BAAs) for scientific research, design, product development, testing, analysis, engineering and management requested by Department of Defense and other federal agencies as well as commercial clients. He forms partnerships with other multidisciplinary organizations to capture funding and execute innovative research and development projects.

He is Principal Investigator and manages and leads engineering teams and projects to successful completion and delivery. He has over 27 years of professional experience in problem solving and innovation through research, design, development, test, engineering and technology management with commercial, defense, government, university and aerospace partners. Areas of competence and successes includes hardware design and development for land, maritime, airborne and space, semiconductors, microelectronics (including ASICs, FPGA, analog, digital and mixed signal), radiation and nuclear effects, lasers, optics and development of thin film protection for severe environments. Materials development, characterization and failure analysis.

The development and control of high energy density and high power density systems including battery, pulsed power, alternative energy, combined portable energy sources. Development of satellites and space systems. Survivability and vulnerability assessments for known space radiation environments. Development of Hover Airlift and Logistics Operation (HALO) vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) platforms. Current interests also includes Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR) and high efficiency, low cost and reliable nuclear fusion techniques. He has a record of success in leading technical teams, in every stage from customer interface and program capture to hardware design, development and successful delivery and follow on.

As Technical Program Manager and Research Engineer, Lindsay designed and implemented a $13 million dollar Microelectronics Testing and Technology Obsolescence Program (METTOP) and Radiation Effects Design & Test Laboratory for the Defense Logistics Agency and United States Army at New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, New Mexico Tech in Socorro, NM for a diverse range of microelectronics applications and research.

Engineering & Physics of Green Power
Lasers & Optics, Radiation Effects including Soft Error Rate on Semiconductors, Failure Analysis of materials Applications Nanoscience.
Lindsay is a Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineer IEEE and a graduate of Los Alamos Neutron School 2009 as well as the US Small Business Management Leadership Institute, El Paso Texas 2007.
Lindsay has been a Member of Rotary International Socorro, NM.