U.S. Army ERDC
Domain of Research: Technology Trends,Intelligent Systems,Artificial Intelligence,Artificial Intelligence,Autonomous Robots,Data Science,Intelligent Driving,Intelligent Systems,Mobile Robots,Robotics,Unmanned Systems
I currently works as the Branch Chief of and research engineer in the Mobility Systems Branch of the U. S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC). I earned a MS in Physics from Mississippi State University (MSU) in 2009 and a PhD in Computational Engineering from MSU in 2018. During my time at ERDC, I have working on multiple research projects. My primary research areas include modeling and simulation of autonomous ground vehicles, testing and evaluation standards for autonomous systems, and dynamic routing of military vehicle maneuvers.