Scott C. Anderson (1978) is a science writer and programmer. His latest book is The Psychobiotic Revolution, and his latest website is Psychobiotic Revoluiion.
Philippe Argouarch (1988) is an journalist in France, where he runs a regional press agency. Formerly manager of the International Herald Tribune website in Paris, he has also been a senior software engineer with Wells Fargo Online Financial Services and a computer graphic specialist and accelerator system operator at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center.
Frederick Arioli, Jr. (1975) retired in 2014 after many years as an engineer at Lockheed Martin Space Systems in Palo Alto. He worked on software for several space missions, including the Spitzer Space Telescope and the forthcoming James Webb Space Telescope.
James Aroyan (1987) is the principal of JRJ Simulation & Design, providing consulting services in physical, numerical, and biological modeling. He earned his Ph.D. in physics in 1996 at the University of California, Santa Cruz, where he developed 3-D bioacoustic simulations for modeling dolphin biosonar and hearing. He continues to do research in bioacoustic modeling, dolphin biosonar, and marine mammal hearing.
Marcus Asaro (2001) was recently a part-time mathematics instructor at Chaffey College in Rancho Cucamonga. He earned an M.S. in physics at San Francisco State University in 2004, and did further graduate work in physics at the University of California, Riverside.
Katie Badham (2013) is an electro-optical engineer at Lockheed Martin Space in Palo Alto. She earned an M.S. in physics at San Diego State University. Formerly an optical engineering intern at Cymer in San Diego, she also interned at Raydiance in Petaluma.
Brandon Baker (2013) has worked for Cable.com LLC in Fairfield and Ridge Communications in San Ramon.
Safura Baporia (2014) is a business process analyst at Autodesk, Inc. in Mill Valley.
Thomas Barbour (1978) is the senior manager of global clinical applications and IT liaison for the biostatistics and clinical data management groups of Allergan in Irvine, CA. He also writes a blog.
Norman Basham (1985) is writing apps for the iPhone and iPad.