Bryan Knott

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Mr. Bryan Knott has worked for NSWCDD for over 29 years and is currently working for the Lethality and Effectiveness Branch (H32). Mr. Knott is the Senior Methodology and Model Development Engineer and leads H32’s efforts in modeling and analysis of laser weapon systems. He is also the technical lead for the Effectiveness ToolBox (ETB). After receiving his degree in Aerospace and Ocean Engineering from Virginia Tech, Mr. Knott began work for the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division. For the past 21 years, Mr. Knott has worked in the Lethality and Effectiveness Branch performing analysis for both kinetic energy and directed energy weapon systems. Mr. Knott has also worked on the development of various M&S applications and he is currently the model manager for the Effectiveness ToolBox (ETB). Mr. Knott is a member of the Joint Directed Energy Transition Office (DE JTO) Lethality Technical Area Working Group (TAWG), is the Navy representative for the DE JTO Modeling

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