Simulation Subcommittee

Chair: Marty Bink, Ph.D., U.S. Navy Personnel Command
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Dr. Marty Bink is the Director of Defense and Security Collaborations at the University of Georgia. His office helps build partnerships between faculty and federal defense and security agencies, such Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, and U.S. intelligence agencies. Marty joined the University of Georgia in 2019 after serving as Chief of Programs, Budget and Strategy for the U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences.

Deputy Chair: Raymond Compton, LMI
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This subcommittee seeks papers on the applied science of modeling and simulation, including simulation architectures and techniques, representation of synthetic entities or environments, and analysis of model and simulation results. In addition to training applications, papers addressing the use of M&S in test and evaluation, experimentation, acquisition, and analysis are sought. Discussions should detail the technical challenges, lessons learned, and unique developments associated with creating, interacting with, and maintaining simulation systems. Topics of interest include: the evolution of modeling and simulation technology; interoperable simulation architectures; human behavioral modeling; advances in medical simulation; cyber effects; physical and behavioral representations of entities and environments within live, virtual, constructive simulations and gaming (LVC-G); and big data and data analytics.