SERC TALKS: “What is the role of a Reference Architecture in research and development of autonomous and/or cooperative systems?”
October 2 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Speaker: Dr. David R. Jacques, Lt-Col (USAF-Ret), Professor of Systems Engineering, Air Force Institute of Technology | CONTACT
Reflecting the interdisciplinary nature of his research interests, his thesis advisement at AFIT has spanned seven academic programs and two academic departments. As a faculty researcher, he has served as a principal investigator on 32 funded research proposals at AFIT, and collaborated on 28 others. The total value of these 60 proposals is approximately $4.7 million in external funding. The research projects Dr. Jacques has been involved in have addressed critical problems and applications spanning the DOD and other government agencies. To date he has documented his research results in 26 archival journal publications, seven book chapters, one Systems Engineering case study, four magazine articles, 61 refereed conference papers, and numerous technical presentations and invited talks. Dr. Jacques is also an AFIT alum, earning his master's degree in Aeronautical Engineering in 1989 and his PhD in Systems Engineering in 1995.
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