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R. Scott Koch

Software Engineer, 
Eigenvector Research, Inc.


University of Washington, B.A. Chemistry, 1995. 


Dec 2003 – present, Software Engineer, Eigenvector Research Inc., Manson, WA; Chemometric software interface design and development using Matlab, Java, and other technologies.

Sept 2003 – Nov 2003, Data Analyst, Washington Mutual Bank, Seattle, WA; Data mining and systems analysis for enterprise application development team. Developed ETL and data validation methods for FDIC/OTS regulated environment.

September 2000 – Dec 2002, Data Analyst Application Developer, Qiagen Genomics Inc., Bothell, WA; Managed database development and operations for high-throughput genotyping facility. Developed and deployed process analysis, validation and reporting applications.

October 1997 – February 2000, Process Control Chemist, Boeing Company Information, Space & Defense Systems, Kent, WA; Monitoring and certification of ISO 9000 electronics manufacturing facility.

January 1997 – October 1997, Chemist, Exterior Research & Design, Seattle, WA;

Research Interests:

API and user interface design for technical software. Objective and intuitive design processes to facilitate ease-of-use and efficiency. Data mining of public data sources including genetic databases.