Dr. Tobiska is the President and Chief Scientist of Space Environment Technologies (SET). He invented the world’s first operational computer code for solar irradiance forecast and extended this expertise into operational space weather systems. Through his career at NOAA, UC Berkeley, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Northrop Grumman, SET, and USU, he has been a USAF, NASA, and NOAA Principal Investigator. He has been the COSPAR C1 Sub-Commission (Thermosphere & Ionosphere) Chair, the COSPAR International Reference Atmosphere (CIRA) Task Force Chair, and was a Session Organizer for 2002 – 2022 COSPAR scientific sessions. He serves as lead U.S. delegate to ISO for the space environment and developed the ISO solar irradiance and Earth atmosphere density standards; he was the AIAA Atmospheric and Space Environment Technical Committee (ASETC) Committee on Standards (CoS) chair. He has authored/co-authored over 200 peer-review scientific papers as well as 10 books and major technical publications. Dr. Tobiska is an Associate Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics as well as a member of American Geophysical Union, Committee On Space Research, American Meteorological Society, American Commercial Space Weather Association Executive Committee, and ISO TC20/SC14 US Technical Advisory Group. He currently serves as an industry representative on the Space Weather Advisory Group (SWAG) established by the PROSWIFT act (2020) to advise US agencies on space weather.