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Stacy Lovell Pfautz is a principal research engineer and
director of the Analytics, Modeling, and Simulation division
at Aptima, where she designs and develops methods for the
seamless integration of humans and technology to enhance
the performance of sociotechnical systems. She has served
as principal investigator for several projects that combine
analytics, visualization, and human-machine interaction.
Pfautz received an M.S. in computer systems engineering
from Northeastern University and a B.S. in computer science from the State University of New York, Plattsburgh.
Gabriel Ganberg is a principal software engineer at Aptima
and technical lead for interactive intelligent systems where
he builds scalable systems for ingesting, processing, querying, and visualizing complex structured and unstructured
data. His interests include graph databases, distributed
streaming architectures, domain-specific languages, and
applied artificial intelligence. Ganberg received a B.A.
degree in computer science and economics from Vassar College.
Adam Fouse is a scientist and leads the Interactive Intelligent Systems team at Aptima where he designs and develops techniques for interactive visualization of complex
information. Fouse has applied an interdisciplinary
approach to this research to support intelligence analysis
through multimodal interfaces and to enable analysis of
multiple streams of temporal data. He holds a Ph.D. and
M.S. in cognitive science from the University of California,
San Diego, and a B.A. in cognitive science and computer science from Brown University.
Nathan Schurr is a principal scientist at Aptima, where he
focuses on the design of systems that intelligently support
humans in complex tasks of analysis, planning, and mission
execution. He has also worked on projects in domains rang-
ing from software personal assistants to human-multirobot
teams. Schurr holds a Ph.D. in computer science from the
University of Southern California and a B.S. in computer
engineering from California Polytechnic State University
San Luis Obispo.
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