William (Bill) L. Kiser, Jr.
Executive Vice President for Science and Technology, IN3
William (Bill) L. Kiser, Jr., PhD, is executive vice president for science and technology for IN3 (Indiana Innovation Institute). Dr. Kiser formerly served as director of the Penn State Electro-Optics Center in Freeport, Pennsylvania, where he oversaw center operations and provided key technical support on projects for the Department of Defense (DoD. He has technical experience in multiple classes of DoD systems including directed energy, night vision/IR systems, sensor networks, and UAV payloads. He has over 25 years in product development for the DoD, medical and chemical industries.
Dr. Kiser earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Grove City College and a master’s in engineering physics from George Mason University. He earned his PhD in medical/health physics from Purdue University and conducted his postdoctoral research at the Indiana University School of Medicine, where he was one of the co-developers of photoacoustic computed tomography.