Hunter Gatewood, Chair
Hunter Gatewood is a software enginer at Facebook Connectivity, supporting the open-source Magma project. Magma's mission is to connect the world to a faster internet by enabling service providers to build cost-effective and extensible carrier-grade networks. Prior to Facebook, his work spanned IoT, edtech, satellites, and network security at Microsoft, Zearn, MIT Space Systems Lab, and MIT Lincoln Lab, respectively. He has a B.S. from MIT in Computer Science and an M.Eng. from MIT in Computer Systems, with a thesis targeting scalable secure communication for resource-constrained systems.
Open Air Interface
Raphaël graduated in 1996 from the École Supérieure d’Électricité with a Masters degree in Electronics and Signal Processing. He started his career as a Hardware designer for different companies in France and the USA. He was introduced to 3G Wireless world by designing Viterbi/Turbo Decoder accelerators. He has been working in Software Development for more than 10 years both in corporate and startup environments fulfilling many roles ranging from customer requirement gathering, specification, coding, testing, formal releases and maintenance tasks. He strongly believes that code quality and proper work methodology are key to success, even for a personal SW project. Raphaël is the Continuous Integration and Work Methodology expert at the OSA.
Software Engineer - Magma
Scott Moeller is a software engineer on the Magma project. He comes to Magma after a five year stint at Alphabet's Project Loon, where he had various roles including management of the embedded platform software team and a tour of duty shoring up determinism and automating explainability of the Software Defined Network solver. Prior to Project Loon he was employee eight at OneWeb satellite, a low earth orbit constellation satellite project - where he authored software to model system engineering and business capabilities and support engineering trade-offs.