Scott Rudlosky is a Physical Scientist with the Satellite Climate Studies Branch of NOAA/NESDIS/STAR and a Visiting Assistant Research Scientist at the ESSIC/CICS-MD. He got his B.S. in Atmospheric Science at Ohio State University and his M.S. and PhD. in Meteorology at Florida State University. His research focuses satellite lightning products and how they compare to ground measurements. He is working on the GOES-R Lightning Mapper (GLM). To see the DC Metro Area Lightning Mapping array, go ot http://branch.nsstc.nasa.gov/PUBLIC/DCLMA/ . He takes the lead in mentoring students during the CICS-MD Summer Intern Program.