Andrew Speck

Principal Scientist

Schlumberger-Doll Research

Andrew J. Speck is the Program Manager and Principal Scientist within the Perception and Sensing group at Schlumberger-Doll Research Center in Cambridge, MA, USA. During his tenure at Schlumberger, his research has focused on a wide range of sensing methodologies, including the development of novel emissions monitoring systems, downhole optical sensors, and undersea autonomous vehicles. He graduated from Harvard University with a PhD in low energy physics in 2005 and then spent 5 years as a Fellow at the Rowland Institute at Harvard prior to joining Schlumberger. He is a recipient of the Henri Doll Prize from Schlumberger for Sustainability and Innovation for his work on methane emission sensing along with the Maurice and Gertrude Goldhaber Prize from Harvard for outstanding graduate achievement in experimental physics. He has coauthored 21 peer-reviewed publications and has seven granted patents.