Robert Kozak is an environmental scientist and the President and founder of Atlantic Biomass, LLC. Atlantic Biomass develops sequential enzyme systems that convert agriculture residues and field biomass into sugars for biofuel production. Under his direction, the company uses a combination of bioprospecting, directed evolution, and metabolic pathway engineering to produce high yield systems. He was the first graduate of the George Washington University’s Environmental Science Program and led his Peace Corp fisheries development group in Western Samoa. Mr. Kozak has worked throughout the United States and in Mexico City on energy and air pollution control programs. His Climate Change research includes work on the effects of water vapor for DOE/EIA.