October 2010
Ronny Tran
Ronny Tran

I follow the DMDC Application Development Process that is geared towards desktop and web applications. My responsibilities within this process consist of developing or modifying web applications (Java ...

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May 2010
Jessica M. Badger
Jessica M. Badger

I am currently working as a post-doctoral research fellow with Dr. Richard Hoffman as part of FSRU's command climate research program. I am conducting research examining the outcomes of command climat ...

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March 2008
Gene Alarcon
Gene Alarcon

Dr. Alarcon served as a Consortium Research Fellow for one and a half years, and, upon earning his doctorate, was appointed a Consortium Post-Doctoral Fellow in November of 2009. My program of ...

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June 2011
Pawlos Y. Campbell
Pawlos Y. Campbell

I will be working with the Battle Space Visualization Branch and most all of my work and research will be conducted with a focus on Space Situation Awareness. As a part of this research, I will be set ...

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June 2011
Patrick C. Clark
Patrick C. Clark

My program of research with the AFRL has focused thus far on the impact that trust has on automated system use. I am primarily focusing on what individual characteristics lead to trust in an automated ...

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