Keith Caserta has been a pioneer in scientific computing since the early 1970s. He's designed analog and digital instruments, digital hardware, and software. He's developed information systems for business and R&D. He wrote and published the world's first floating point and curve-fitting math package for microprocessors. With a colleague, he invented laboratory robotics and one of his groups went on to produce the world's first publication in this area. He also created the concept of electronic lab notebooks, and was first in the world to apply leading-edge document management and product lifecycle software to upstream R&D. He lead development of the entire computing environment for pharmaceutical R&D. Keith has a B.S. degree in Chemistry from the University of Dayton (1970) and a Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from Michigan State University (1974). His subspecialty is research computing. He was a scientist/executive for the Procter & Gamble Company in Cincinnati for over 36 years, before retiring in 2010. He has three grown sons, a grown daughter, and a grown stepdaughter, along with four grandchildren. He enjoys writing, reading, travel, home remodeling and small-scale woodworking. He lives with his lovely wife of sixteen years, Bobbie in Cincinnati's Northeast suburb of Symmes Township, or at their second home in North Myrtle Beach, SC. "Soul Searching" is his first novel, followed by "Galactic Shadows" and "Not in Our Stars."..
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