Dr. Scott Noblitt is the senior chemist working for MicroChemica, LLC. He graduated summa cum laude with Bachelor of Science degrees in chemical engineering and chemistry from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in 2005. As a chemistry graduate student at Colorado State University, he was awarded the EPA STAR fellowship. He obtained his Ph.D. in 2011 under Dr. Charles Henry with the dissertation Development of a Microchip Electrophoresis System for Online Monitoring of Atmospheric Aerosol Composition. His postdoctoral work (2011-2012) was performed at Scripps Institute of Oceanography under Dr. Greg Roberts and focused on building a microchip electrophoresis instrument for coupling to a cloud condensation nuclei (CCN) collector for directly measuring CCN chemistry. Scott then transitioned to a research scientist position under Dr. Henry at Colorado State University, where he continued to develop microchip electrophoresis technology. Scott has nine first-author peer-reviewed journal publications (15 total), wrote a peer-reviewed book chapter on long-term operation of microchip electrophoresis, and has numerous conference proceedings.