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    • Professional CV with extended details (2011) M. J. Dudziak, PhD Curriculum Vitae Martin Joseph Dudziak, PhD +1 (804) 740-0342 (202) 415-7295 (505) 926-1399This curriculum vitae has extended material in order to provide information serving the diversified needs and multi-disciplinary objectives of today’s academic, corporate and governmental organizations and communities. ContentsCurrent Projects and Engagements (1)Prior Projects and Accomplishments (2)Social, Educational and Community-Service Projects and Accomplishments (2)Financial Sector Projects (3)Key Positions (3)Formal Higher Education (3)Current Research & Management Engagements (3)Professional Experience (4)Selected Publications and Presentations (6)Courses Taught at University Level (7)Student Projects (8)Special Invited Lectureships, Visiting Appointments (8)Professional Memberships and Activities (8)Selected Corporate and Government Agency Consulting/Contract Work (9)International Qualifications (9)Selected Analytical Instrumentation Technology Skillsets (hands-on and project mgt) (9)Special Qualifications and Experience (9)Work Samples Portfolio, References (9)Summary of EE/CIS (IT/IS) technical skills and experience levels, with examples (10)Completed Direct Grants (11)Significant URLs (12)Personal Contact Data (12)Current Projects and EngagementsPALLAS (fault-tolerant network based upon P2P botnet architecture; dynamic community of parallel cooperative AIagents, for detection and characterization of asymmetric anomalies and cyberthreats – enabled for other applications) Computational modeling, programming, simulation, network administration and security Mathematical and computational design, implementation, testing, data security incl. cryptoanalysis Support: DHS (subcontractor), corporate sector (int’l)PBC (genomics associative learning project; modification of PALLAS (artificial intelligence logics) and HORUS(knowledge acquisition system); target is an open-access abductive reasoning system using genome data to createautomated hypothesis generation and discovery of probable relationship indicators within genetics and epigenetics) Computational modeling, programming, data acquisition, database design and administration, project management Mathematical and computational design, implementation (CLISP, SQL, genetic and neural network algorithms) Support: private and corporate sector (collaboration with Principia BioCybernetica group)QSNR (ongoing research program in quantum topology and solitonic networks, an area of study within theoreticalphysics and having application to other domains including biomolecular signaling and control, self-organizing systemsand quantum computing) Mathematical and computational research as part of an international collaborative project Computational modeling and simulation (Mathematica, Maple, Macsyma, Matlab) Support: DOE, NSF, RAS, private foundation sponsorshipUpdated 4/10/2012 1 copyright © 2011 Martin Dudziak
    • Professional CV with extended details (2011) M. J. Dudziak, PhDSelected Prior Projects and AccomplishmentsCUBIT, CRAIDO and Race-to-Resilience (community-centric rapid-response for biothreat validation, interventionand treatment coordination; primary case study for H5N1, expanded for H1N1, with strong emphasis on mutationdetection & tracking, epidemiological monitoring, social behavior analysis in support of social resilience) Real-time data acquisition, bioinformatics modeling and testing, web-based CMS, DBMS Laboratory research, program management, agency/sponsor interfacing and presentation Support: CDC, WHO, corporate sector (int’l)i3DAT (exploratory research and adaptation of nonlinear and inverse method mathematics and models for medicalimaging and 3D control and stabilization in applications for radiology, surgery and drug delivery) Algorithm and system design, modeling and simulation – programming, testing and prototype validation Support: NIH, private corporate sectorBioProt (analysis, surface bioprotection treatment, monitoring, and training of workers, students, general-public, forpreventive measures against a variety of contact/exchange-transmissible pathogens) Data acquisition and collection, sampling, analytics, verification, statistics, visualization and chem treatment Support: NHS, CIHR, private corporate sectorNomad Eyes (chem-bio-rad-threat focused network for detection, recognition, assessment, alert, and response, gearedfor civilian populations - both home/institutional use; stochastic distribution, wireless and cellular devices) Wireless communications, data acquisition, AI, mobile networks, sensor interfaces, and information security Support: NATO, DOD, corporate sectorRedBioNet (focus on early-warning biothreat detection in wildlife and rural/uninhabited environments, employingdistributed sensor arrays and mixed-media information gathering from local including public sources) Similar type of work as later for Nomad Eyes Support: ARDA, DARPA, private corporate sectorEcOasis PodLab (modular, reconfigurable trailer/container-based facility with emergency water filtration, public healthmonitoring station, chemical and pathogen analytics, and satellite-based internet communications –providing mobilediagnostics and public-access informatics; included ECLEAR Kit, a biosafety & health aids kit) Integration and communication among multiple machines and devices; wireless, security, DBMS, GIS, GPS Funding: EPA, private corporate sectorHealthNVest (disease management and personal wellness development and social networking system, initiallydesigned for COPD and diabetes, later extended to applications for wellness programs & preventive healthcare) Web-based interactive CMS and DBMS with multimedia including video; expert-system platform Funding: private corporate sectorCommonHealthNet (iMedNet) (one of the first web-based telemedicine networks and early social networkcommunities, linking American medical professionals and students with disadvantaged-nation medical providers; latervariants: FuturesGateway, Saño y Salvo, and Medicine for Humanity field gynecology clinics) Web-based interactive CMS and DBMS with image and video libraries and notification system Funding: NIH, USAIDSelected Social, Educational and Community-Service Projects and Accomplishments• ARCS (Armstrong Renaissance Center for Success) – (in progress; project to establish a base for multiple, cooperative educational and economic development programs within the nexus of the historic Armstrong High School in Richmond, VA) (• CommonHealthNet and IMEDNET (web-based, conferencing, databases – serving international and especially underdeveloped and disadvantaged medical personnel)• Adaptation of IMEDNET (serving young mothers and expectant mothers in Richmond’s inner city)• Medicine for Humanity (pro bono telemedicine system for the organization’s Ob/Gyn relief program conducting field cervical cancer clinics in remote underdeveloped parts of the world)• Saño y Salvo (Costa Rican based internet help-line for women and children at risk from drug gangs and prostitution/slavery rings)• SafetyNet (adaptation of Nomad Eyes for reducing domestic/neighborhood abuse and violence)• Futures Gateway (international internet-based educational teams and clubs collaborating and competing with futures-oriented study projects, for youth 10-18 and family-members as well)Updated 4/10/2012 2 copyright © 2011 Martin Dudziak
    • Professional CV with extended details (2011) M. J. Dudziak, PhD• Lincos Project (MIT-led program providing self-contained internet and computing for children in deeply underdeveloped and rural parts of the Western Hemisphere)• Intel Clubs (corporate computer and internet club environments set up by Intel Corp. near its fabs)• TETRADYN-sponsored software training (conducted in conjunction with Stand Up For Kids, an Atlanta- based charitable organization serving homeless youth)• Jedi and Quetzal (project undertaken with Ctr. for Advanced Defense Studies for Guatemalan youth)• A program for community education and awareness in children’s health and wellness (designed to serve a children’s hospital in Basrah, Iraq, now being adapted for Afghanistan under TFBSQ/OSD)• Inner-City after-school program at VCU (opening the doors of our labs to African-American and other minority students to have hands-on learning about internet and biomedicine starting in 1995)Selected Financial-Sector Projects (conducted as a consultant to special institutions)• Mortgage-backed securities and MBS-related derivatives, trend-spotting and forecasting with neural network and fuzzy logic methods, Crestar Bank (later Sun Trust), 1992-93• Interest rate modeling, Wheat First Securities (later First Union) 1993-94• Multi-processing and parallel processing algorithm assessment and training, Federal Reserve Bank 1995• Reviewer and evaluator of business plans and technology offerings on behalf of both investor groups and the companies seeking investments, 1995 – present• Evaluator of companies seeking VC-level investment - for Intel Capital (while employed at Intel Corp.) – focus on Latin American and Russian companies in areas of advanced broadband internet, imaging, high-demand computing and MEMS, 2000 - 2003Key Positions (Summary)Co-Founder / Director Institute for Innovative Study (2010 – present)Chief Scientist / Managing Director TETRADYN (TETRAD Technologies Group) (2002 - present)Visiting Professor Moscow State University (2002 – 2005)Research Scientist & Group Manager Intel Corporation (2000 – 2003)Director of R&D Silicon Dominion Corporation (1996 - 2001)Professor (dual departmental appts.) Virginia Commonwealth University (MCV) (1993 - 98)Senior Scientist SGS-Thomson Microelectronics (1988 - 93)Senior Engineer / Project Manager Martin-Marietta Aerospace (1985 - 88)Research Scientist Battelle Laboratories (1983 - 85)Formal Higher EducationScience Honors Program, Canisius High School, Buffalo, NYBA (high honors), Colgate University, Hamilton, NYPostgrad program in computer science at UCSB and UCLA, Los Angeles, CAMS, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MDPhD, Theoretical and Computational Physics, Union Institute and University, Cincinnati, OH “Quantum Processes and Dynamic Networks in Physical and Biological Systems” (doctoral advisors: D. Finkelstein, D. Bohm, B. Hiley, K. Sharpe, J. Crain)Selected Current Research & Project Management Engagements (details available through websites)• IIS – Institute for Innovative Study o Research institute focused upon bringing together both recognized and promising researchers from both academia and the private/public sectors for linking and integrating advanced theoretical study with emerging and future applications• CIBI – Center for Integrating Biosustainability Innovations o STEM-Fab-Lab (robotics, education), RMER (radiation medical/environmental response), SOS (social network outreach for severe mental illness), HeartPath (support for cardiovascular and neurological R&D focused upon anxiety, stress, OCD & PTSD links)• TetradynGroup o Non-profit business incubator/bootstrap center focused upon facilitating and mentoring student-initiated projects into self-sustaining for-profit and non-profit enterprisesUpdated 4/10/2012 3 copyright © 2011 Martin Dudziak
    • Professional CV with extended details (2011) M. J. Dudziak, PhDProfessional Experience 2002 - Present: Chief Scientist (Co-Founder), TETRADYN (TETRAD Technologies Group, Inc.)Specific projects and accomplishments are described in summary sections above. Development ofbiomedical and environmental testing, modeling and preventive systems and protocols (including sensornets, analytical methods, surface treatments, situation awareness communications) relating to biological,chemical & radiation agent) threats. Development of sensing, imaging, and recognition methodologies for(principally) community-based and environmental health threat detection/abatement applications.Management and re-organization of an environmental analysis laboratory. Designed CRAIDO and EcOasisPod systems (mobile, trailer-based lab analysis pertaining to environmental and public health processes).Analytical instrumentation included GC/MS, FTIR, XRF, AFM, Raman, HPLC, AA and radiationspectroscopy. Extensive architecture design and programming of analytical functions (Matlab, Mathematica,Maple, LISP, Qi, C++, PHP).R&D in intelligent control, sensing, imaging and actuator response, principally chem/bio/rad: CEBIT(Chemical-Explosives-Biological Identification and Tracking), Nomad Eyes (distributed CEBIT-basedsituation awareness, early warning and response network) and CUBIT (Coordinated Unified BiothreatIntervention and Treatment). Other collaborative sensor work has involved nucleic acid amplificationtechniques (PCR) and immunoassay with optical waveguides.Responsible for distributed technical and scientific team management, proposal/bid development, businessplan components, project management, product evaluation (technical and market/customer acceptance).Sensing, imaging, and recognition work principally directed toward biomedical and public health (pandemicapplications including testing and training. Consulting contracts have included: Intel, Boeing, Solutia, BP,CDC, ST Microelectronics, other academic institutions and govt. agencies.Experienced in setup and management of new lab/center environments, procurement, businessdevelopment planning including spin-outs and new ventures, new team formation, public presentations andcommunications. 2010 - Present: Visiting Graduate Professor, Stratford University (Glen Allen, Virginia)Graduate & undergraduate teaching (maths, humanities, computer/information science, medical informatics);student advising & mentoring; curriculum & program development (applied biomedical science andinformatics). Collaboration-development with corporate, academic and public institutions. Courses taught(2010-2011) include: Master’s thesis project mentorship; Advanced Network Security, Computer Forensics,Information Systems Mgt. Organizations, Corporate Transformation, Information Mgt. Analysis & Design,Mathematics (several levels), Bioethics (genetic engineering topics). 2000 - 2003: Group Manager and Research Lead, Intel Corporation (USA, Costa Rica, Russia)Responsible for consortium-activity with regional (Costa Rica and Latin America) scientific institutions(CENAT, FUNDES, LANAMME) as part of corporate new business development. Research focused uponnanomaterials and biochip (microfluidic) technologies for clinical and consumer uses. Managed twoseparate and distributed international teams. Performed integral role in formation of new lab (consortiumwith CENAT) for nanotech and virtual e-collaboration R&D; key project was a nanoscalar anthrax sensor.Assisted as analyst/advisor for Intel Capital VC investment.Architect and manager of development team responsible for high-speed data movement and transfer systemdesigned for enterprise business and manufacturing applications (ADaM – Advanced Data Mover – a full-enterprise ETL system). Produced prototype system in record time that outperformed prior in-house systemand alternative third-party vendor offerings, demonstrating cost-effective solution for meeting strategic needs.Java, C++, .Net, XML, PHP, SQL, Oracle, UML among primary resources used. 1996 - 2001: CEO and Director of R&D (Co-Founder), Silicon Dominion Corporation, Richmond, VADirected development efforts of startup R&D company (with a twelve-person offshore tech team; Russia andEastern Europe) producing products in two areas: (i) nanotech - magneto-optic sensing, carbon nanotubefabrication and array structuring, and modeling tools for biotech applications;(ii) internet-based research and research-collaboration tools. Products included Open Stream Media andUpdated 4/10/2012 4 copyright © 2011 Martin Dudziak
    • Professional CV with extended details (2011) M. J. Dudziak, PhDOpen Net Tool Suite (medical and public health oriented software and networks). MEMS-based molecularsensing R&D led to architecture & platform of molecular-scale pathogen detectors. Specific IT productsincluded Open Stream Media and Open Net Tool Suite, including vMessenger, vLive!, Open Stream Viewer(patents pending). Designed XML-based OSML (Open Stream Markup Language) and ANGEL adaptivevideo codec. Java, C++, XML, PHP, Oracle, MySQL were the primary software resources used. 1993 - 1998: Assistant/Associate Professor, Physics and Biomedical Engineering (dual appointments),Virginia Commonwealth University (Medical College of Virginia), Richmond, VAFounded and directed the Molecular Engineering and Biocomputing Center (MEBC lab). Research focus onapplications of nonlinear models and complex systems (cellular automata, attractors) to biological signalingand nanosystems. Developed genetic-algorithm and neural-net models. Seminal research in quantumsolitonic (tensegriton) models, macroscopic quantum effects (biosolitons), nanostructured materials, andexperimental work on intracellular submicron imaging using in vitro neural cell cultures.Teaching included courses in physics and biomedical/biomaths (graduate, undergrad levels) plus PhDsupervision. Initiated community mentoring and urban after-school program. Implemented a pioneeringinternet-based telemedicine information resource and medical informatics network linking U.S. hospitals &companies with institutions in Russia and other countries. Managed student and professional volunteers.Parallel C, C++, Java, LISP, OCCAM, SQL, Oracle were used and taught. 1988 - 1993: Senior Scientist, Special Projects, SGS-THOMSON Microelectronics (now,Baltimore MD (Concurrent 1991-1992: Visiting Faculty, VA Tech & Radford Univ.)Introduced use of AFM and STM for defect and fault analysis. Designed prototype development of real-timeparallel processing and also a pattern recognition processor chip for object recognition and microcontrol.Core neural chip was later applied to handwritten character recognition. Led and served on technical teamand task group for prototyping, training and assimilating feedback on new microprocessor and imageprocessing devices. Established a corporate-university joint research project focused upon neuro/cardiomedical signal processing (Silicon Graphics server array). Parallel C, C++, OCCAM were co-developed,used and taught intensively. 1985 - 88: Senior Engineer / Project Manager, Martin Marietta Aerospace, Baltimore MDDesigned and implemented systems for autonomous and guided robots and manipulators. Establishedartificial intelligence lab for serving autonomous robot R&D. Designed first motion and obstacle-avoidancecontroller for US Navy deep-sea autonomous underwater robot, employing sonar and lidar. Served asliaison/consultant to partner companies and govt. agencies on sensor, data fusion, recognition. Performedsoftware research, development and management concentrating in artificial intelligence and neural networks. rd thLISP, PROLOG and 3 /4 -gen development systems were used intensively, along with LISP workstations.Also performed signal verification work on VLS launching system for Aegis cruisers. 1983 - 85: Research Scientist, Artificial Intelligence Group, Battelle Labs, Columbus OHDesigned and implemented rule-based, neural-net and other nonlinear expert systems, simulations anddevelopment tools for medically-related fault-diagnostics, process control and qualitative physics. Developedarchitecture for data mining and knowledge extraction over sensor-actuator networks. LISP, PROLOG,FORTRAN were used intensively, along with LISP-specific workstations. 1980 - 83: Member, Tech. Research Staff, Information Systems R&D, Comshare, Inc., Ann Arbor, MIDesigner and lead programmer of software components for a set-theoretic based relational DBMSimplemented for mainframes and PCs including first-gen Apple and IBM. Worked in USA hdqtrs. and at UKsoftware center. Mathematical modeling; primary languages used were Pascal, C, Prolog and LISP. 1978-80: Engineer, Ohmstead Technology, Traverse City, MIDesigned and programmed microcomputer software for control and operation of Cincinnati-Millicron NCMilling and CAMMINC machines. Primary languages used: Assembler and FORTRAN. Extensive hardwareprototyping design using early-era microprocessors and D/A, A/D interfaces.Updated 4/10/2012 5 copyright © 2011 Martin Dudziak
    • Professional CV with extended details (2011) M. J. Dudziak, PhD 1975 - 78: Software Engineer, Unigraphics, inc., (McAuto), Los Angeles, CADeveloped 3D and 5-axis algorithms and applications for UNICAD, a graphics-based NC-control system.Operated on PDP-11, Data General computers. Primary languages used : FORTRAN and Assembler.Selected Publications and Invited Presentations• IVC: An Intelligent Vehicle Controller with Strategic Real-Time Replanning, Proc. of the IEEE 1987 Intl Symposium on Intelligent Control, Philadelphia PA, January 1987• SOLON: An Autonomous Vehicle Planner, Proc. of the JPL Workshop on Space Telerobotics, JPL, Pasadena CA, January 1987• KAM: An Interactive Knowledge Acquisition Module, Second Expert Systems in Business Conference, New York NY, November 1987• Multi-Dimensional Technologies: Adapting Autonomous Underwater Architectures for Space-Borne Applications, RAMCOR Technical Note 1988-4• Transputer-Based Networks for Parallel Distributed Sensor Systems, UKIT-90, Southampton England, Mar. 1990• Parallel Replicative Neural Networks for Cooperative Robot Systems, NATUG-90, Santa Clara CA, April 1990• Adaptive Network Topologies and Symbolization, AAAI-90, Boston, 7/29/90• (editor) Proceedings of the First Workshop on Integrating Neural and Symbolic Processes (workshop held at AAAI- 90, Boston, 7/29/90)• Neural Networks Using Transputers, in Neural Networks and Parallel Processing: Sixth-Generation Computer Technology Series (ed. B. Soucek), John Wiley, NY, 1991• Quantum Coherence and Molecular Computation (preprint) 1991• Prospects for mesoscopic quantum phenomena and their role in the evolution of learning mechanisms, NATO Adv. Res. Workshop on Coherent and Emergent Phenomena in Biomolecular Systems, Univ. of Ariz., Tucson AZ, January 1991 (also published in Nanobiology, Vol. 1, 1992)• The CSP Model, Quantum Physics and Implications for the Brain, Radford University, 5/91• Parallel Field Computation, Georgetown University, 1/92• Endophysics and Pattern Recognition, Univ. of Texas at Arlington, 2/92• A 16-bit real-time neural network processor, SGS-Thomson Tech Note, 3/91• Hardware Solutions for Real-Time Handwritten Character Recognition, EPR Lab Technical Report, 3/92• Transputer LEGO: Digital Processor Building Blocks for a Parallel Field Computer, NATUG92, Balt. MD, 4/92• Quantum Process, Information Theory and Parallelism, Institute of Nuclear Physics, Novosibirsk, Russia, 5/92• Molecular and atomic computers as nano-scale recognizers, IJCN, Baltimore, MD, 7/92• Quantum Processes and Dynamic Networks in Physical and Biological Systems (PhD Thesis), 11/93• Cybots and Cybersoft: Tools for Synthesizing Knowledge and Creativity, Netrologic Tech Report CY-01, 10/92• Quantum Dynamic Networks, Chaotic Solitons and Emergent Structures in Subcellular Processes: Possible Implications for Learning and Memory, in Toward A Scientific Basis for Consciousness, S. Hameroff (ed.), also presented at Third Appalachian Conference on Brain Behavioral Dynamics, Radford University, Sept. 1994• IMEDNET : Information Gateways and Smart Databases for Telemedicine and Distance-Based Learning Using the Internet and the WWW, Internet Medicine, Chicago, Oct. 23-24, 1995• Nanosystems and Self-Organization In Massively Parallel Competing Populations, VCU, 11/95• CommonHealthNet as an Architecture for Practical Global Medicine, Global Telemedicine and Federal Technologies Conference, Williamsburg, VA, 7/96• Over the Edge of Chaos: Rethinking the Relationship Between Chaos, Complexity, and Emergent Order; Implications for Novel Types of Computation, The Int’l Conference on Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos, 12/96• IQ : A Family of Intelligent Agents for Electronic Commerce and Data Mining, QDI Technical Report MD-3• Magneto-Optic Applications for Surveillance, Security, and Countermeasures, Surveillance Expo, Tysons Corner, VA, 10/97• Multi-Unit Airborne Detection and Mapping of Land Mines Incorporating Magnetic and Non-Magnetic Sensors, Conf. on Detection of Land Mines, Edinburgh, UK, 7/98• Coordinated Traffic Incident Management Using the I-Net Embedded Sensor Architecture, SPIE-98,Boston,12/98• Structural Integrity Inspection and Monitoring By Magnetooptic Sensors, SPIE-98, Boston, MA, 12/98• MediLink -- A SmartCard-Assisted Wearable Data Acquisition and Communication System for Emergency and Mobile Medicine, INABIS, Toronto, CA 12/98• Developing A Practical Wearable Telemedicine System for Emergency and Mobile Medicine, Global Medicine, Regensburg, Germany, 11/98• A Family of Microinstruments for Smart Materials, Energy Management, and Biomedicine in Space Missions, Nanotechnology Space Systems Conference, Houston, TX, 2/99• Saño y Salvo (Invited Article on public health and safety), San Jose Press, 3/2002• Innovación (Invited Article on youth creativity and innovation), San Jose Press, 7/2002Updated 4/10/2012 6 copyright © 2011 Martin Dudziak
    • Professional CV with extended details (2011) M. J. Dudziak, PhD• rEvolution in Print and the Internet through Nanotechnology and E-Materials (Invited Talk) Frankfurt Book Messe, October, 2003 rd• Mobile Early Warning, Intervention and Public Health Response to Nuclear Terrorist Actions, 3 Int’l Conf. on Radiation Countermeasures, St. Petersburg, Russia, 10/2004 3• I BAT and Nomad Eyes - Countermethods of Sensing and Preventive Response, European Symposium on Counterterrorism Response, Berlin, Germany, 12/2004• Integrated Navigation-Control for Multi-Modal Oncology, NIH/NCI, Bethesda, MD, 2/2005• Applying Geospatial Representation and Forecasting Models for Improving Chem-Bio-Rad Defense in Battlefield and Counterterrorism Field Operations, Human System Interfaces (HSIS), Arlington, VA, 6/2005• Asymmetric Approaches to Anomaly Analysis in Medicine and Biodefense (preprint; talk given at Center for Biosecurity, UPMC, Baltimore, 7/2005)• Complementing Mutual Information Techniques to Improve Deformable Registration Processing for Clinical Applications, UPCI, 8/2005• A Mutual Information Approach to Developing Reasonable-Likelihood Associations and Correlations between Asymmetric Events and Anomalies, CSIS, 10/2005• Flexible Polymer Film Based Sensor Networks for Invasive and Non-Invasive Medical Monitoring, Military Medicine and Virtual Reality (MMVR-DARPA), Long Beach, 1/2006• A Mechanism for Detecting Trigger Points and Irreversibility Thresholds in Shock and Trauma for Catastrophic Events, MMVR-DARPA, Long Beach, 1/2006• Integration of Biodefense with Public Health and Preventive Medicine (Invited Workshop), MMVR-DARPA,1/2006• Evolutionary Detection and Prevention of Emergent Nonlinear Processes (Invited Talk), CBRNE Countermeasures, Paris, 9/2006 nd• Connecting the Dots to Locate and Intercept Terrorist Operations and Operatives (Invited Talk), 2 CMMC Conference, Washington, 10/2006• Life-Saving Technologies Critical to Improving Speed and Scope of Response to Mass-Population Emergency th Events and Pandemics, 17 World Conference on Disaster Management, Toronto, CA, July, 2007• Addressing Recognized Potential Gaps in Epidemiological First-Line Early Warning Methodologies (preprint, 2008)• Changing Currents in Environmental Analysis, BIC Journal, 4/2008• Rapid Deployment of On-Site Analysis and Response to Critical Chem-Bio Emergencies, Pittcon Courses (also four conference papers),Chicao, IL, (3/2009)• CUBIT - a protocol and methods to high-population-impact rapid-transmission biothreats, CDC, 7/2009• Hybrid Anomaly Detection Methods Applied to Turbulence and Flow Control (submitted for publication, 2010)• Prediction of Flow and Direction in Complex Systems by use of Inverse Relational Maps with Remarks on Applications to Image-Guided Processing Applications (submitted for publication, 2010)• DTCS : A System for Emulating the Complex Dynamical Behavior of Large Competing Populations, (submitted to Complex Systems 2010)• Conservation of Curvature, Eigensets and Volume Separability (submitted for publication, 2010)• Technologies to support, enhance and protect social networking freedoms during periods of social unrest and political disruption (ISCES Conference, Kuala Lampur, Malaysia, 6/2011)• Compass Rose: Navigating the Non-Linear World (book; expected release: 2011) Additional publication, presentation and preprint information - available upon request.Courses Taught at University (G=Graduate) Level • Advanced Network Security (G) • Medical Image Processing (G) • Bioethics & Current Topics in Humanities • Microcomputer and Multiprocessor • C, C++, Pascal Programming (G) Architectures for Biomedical Engr. (G) • Chaos, Fractals, & Stability in Biology (G) • Molecular Engineering and Imaging (G) • College Algebra & College Mathematics • Neural Networks & Pattern Recognition (G) • College Physics (intro/intermediate) • Neurocomputing Architecture/Systems (G) • Complexity and Nonlinear Systems (G) • OCCAM & C/C++ Parallel Processing (G) • Computational Biology (G) • Philosophy of Physics (G) • Computer Forensics (G) • Quantum Measurement (G) • Contemporary Theoretical Physics (G) • Quantum Physics and Theory (G) • Corporate Transformation Models (G) • Relativity (G) • Critical and Analytical Thinking • Research Methods & Statistics • Cryptography and Cyberdefense • Scanning Probe (AFM) Microscopy (G) • Information Mgt. Analysis and Design (G) • Signal Processing (G) • Information Systems in Organizations (G) • Statistics and Thermodynamics (G) • Issues in Quantum Mechanics (G) • Sustainability Management • LISP and PROLOG programming (G) • DSP, Transputer & Multiprocessor • MATLAB, Maple and Mathematica Architectures (MIMD and SIMD) (G)Updated 4/10/2012 7 copyright © 2011 Martin Dudziak
    • Professional CV (2010) M. J. Dudziak, PhDStudent Projects (principally at graduate level or PhD candidacy level) • Automatic chromosome aberration scoring using neural networks • Prototyping of multimedia relational biotech database on PC and SGI workstations • Integration of cellular automata and neural networks with SPICE models of cellular chemical communication processes • Neural network classification of QSAR on on mutagenic activity of nitroaromatic and heteroaromatic compounds • Neural net modeling of Alzheimers senile dementia and also pharmacological population kinetics • Image processing of AFM-detected cytoskeletal features • Genetic algorithms applied to non-linear time series • Image processing for topological feature extraction in cell membranes • Pharmokinetics employing neural networks • VRML and ISOVIEW 3D imaging and molecular modeling software • Artificial life (cytoskeletal dynamics) simulation engine • MediPAC and MediCard ("smart card")medical database interface prototype • Pattern recognition and classification on MRI, CT, AFM and STM scan images • Real-time tele-engineering with Nanoscope and AutoProbe LS scanning probe microscopes • Modeling soliton and PDE equations in MATLAB, Mathematica, and MacSyma • In vitro imaging of neural and glial cells with AFM (BioScope) • Cellular automata modeling of cell membrane and cytoskeletal structures • Magneto-optic scanning and measurement within in vitro cell cultures • Magneto-optic nondestructive testing of structural elements and secure documents • Adaptation of EcOasis mobile water purification and biotesting system for rural Liberia & India • Supply-chain surplus coordination and distribution for public relief needs • Mobile apps for early-warning on sex-offender and violent predator risks • Encrypted digital signature system for use with smartphones • Multi-media profile apps for social networking websites • Improved methods for personal financial and health privacy over broadband and wireless internet • Artificial intelligence applications in ETL and data warehousing for financial forecastingSpecial Invited Lectureships, Visiting Appointments 1989 Edinburgh University, Dept. of Computer Science 1989 Durham University, Dept. of Computer Science 1990 University of Belgrade, Molecular Machines Research Center 1990 Neural Network Summer School, Dubrovnik 1991 Center for Brain Research and Information Sciences, Radford University 1992, 1993 Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Novosibirsk, Russia 1994, 1995 Joint Institute of Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia 1995 Institute of Theoretical Physics, Kiev, Ukraine 1997 Eotvos Technical University, Budapest, Hungary 1998-2004 Adjunct/Visiting Faculty, Moscow State University 2001 Kiev National University, Kiev, Ukraine 2001-2002 Adjunct Faculty, Centro Nacional de Alta Tecnologia, San Jose, Costa Rica 2005 Univ. of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute 2006-2007 Interim Director, Loudermilk Institute of Sustainability 2009 – present, Fellow, Center for Advanced Defense Studies, Washington, DC 2009 – present, Advisory Board, Society for Digital Information and Wireless Communications 2010 – present, Project Member, Principia BioCyberneticaProfessional Memberships and ActivitiesAAAI IEEE Intl. Society on GeneralAmer. Physical Society Intl. Assoc. Math. Physics Relativity & GravitationAmer. Mathematical Society SDIWC Virginia Medical Relief CorpsUpdated 4/10/2012 8 copyright © 2011 Martin Dudziak
    • Professional CV (2010) M. J. Dudziak, PhD Selected Corporate and Government Agency Consulting/Contract Work BAE Systems General Electric SAIC Biosafe Global Infotek Schlumberger Boeing Intel Corp. Solutia (Monsanto) BP Joint Inst. of Nuclear Res. TASC Budker Institute KPMG UPCI (Univ. Pitt. Med. Ctr) DARPA KLA-Tencor USMC EPA Poulin-Hugin WestinghouseFurther details on formal employment projects and duties, consulting projects and assignments, technicalwriting and proposal development are available upon request.International Qualifications (E) = employment outside CONUS (L) = residential living experience (M) = experience in managing international staff (T) = experience teaching international students Listed in alphabetical order. Australia – L, T India – L, M, T Russia – E, L, M, T Belarus - M Indonesia - T Southeast Asia - T Brazil – T Iran – L, T Ukraine – L, M, T China – T Italy – E, L, M, T United Kingdom – Costa Rica – E, L, M, T Japan – M, T E,L,M,T France – E, L, M Morocco – L, M, T Yugoslavia(former) – L, M, Germany – E, L, M, T Pakistan – M, T T Hungary – L, T Panama – L, MSelected Analytical Instrumentation Technology Skillsets (hands-on and project mgt)Spectroscopy: Piezo-resistive microcantilevers (PRMC), PAS/RePAS (Photoacoustics), ImmunoassayMicroscopy: particularly SPM, AFM, SEM, TEM, Magneto-OpticsAnalytical instrumentation: GC, GC/MS, HPLC, FTIR, NMR, THzBiomedical instrumentation: NAAT (PCR), cell/tissue culturing, EEG, EKG, MRILanguages: English (native); also Russian, German, Spanish, French, LatinSummary of Special Qualifications and Experience• Integrating analytical and synthetic thinking, open-minded, constructive critical thinking.• Multi-tasking and empathic management; understand situations from the perspective of others.• Skills in transfer and translation from theoretical, research topics into diversified application areas.• Ability to develop “symbiotic” synergies between competing-interest individuals and groups, especially for new product or technology acceptance and use, including trade-off and competition.• Extensive project management and team leadership incorporating remote, distance-based, distributed groups; skilled with critical schedule deadlines, unexpected changes and shifts.• Experience in developing validation, testing and fault-tolerance for emerging new products, particularly where novel system integration is involved in design and manufacturing.Work Samples PortfolioSeparate documents provide screenshots, photos and diagrams of various project work, such as areavailable and allowed for distribution.ReferencesProfessional and personal references are available in a separate document upon request. Updated 4/10/2012 9 copyright © 2011 Martin Dudziak
    • Professional CV (2010) M. J. Dudziak, PhDSummary of EE/CIS (IT/IS) technical skills and experience levels, with examplesTech Area (listed Experience Examples of prior or recent work Specific examplealphabetically by discipline (1 (lower) – 5 in this area knowledge areas,and within by specialization) (highest) – techniques, methods, hands on) skills (M1 – M5 – managing project, groups)Architecture and design of 4, M4 SOLON (AUV & UAV and Aegis Use-Case modeling, UML,applications and large weapon systems), work at Erwin, Corba, OOPenterprise-scale systems Battelle, ADAM (ETL) at Intel, methods, Rational Rose, CommonHealthNet (telemedicine XP (eXtreme project) Programming), Agile, CrystalArtificial intelligence, 4, M5 SOLON, Horus, work at Classical AI (Retemachine learning, pattern Comshare, Battelle, Martin- networks, SOAR, rule-detection, classification, Marietta, VCU, Silicon Dominion, based systems, Prolog,recognition analytics within Nomad Eyes, Lisp), fuzzy logic, neural CEBIT processing networks, statistical modelsDatabases and data 3, M4 see above; pretty much entered GENOA, TIA, ADAMwarehouses into one aspect or another of most (Intel), PANDA, CASE, R&D and applied work all my life Tangram, PhoenixData mining and searching 4, M4 Ditto GENOA, TIA, CASE, Tangram, Phoenix, CHAIN, PANDAElectronic device design 3, M2 ASW, AUV, Transputer Transputer family, alsoand testing (board/system chip/board, Intel mprocs, National DSP chips, ARM coreslevel) instruments (DAQ)GIS incl. GPS 2, M3 Virginia DOT project, part of Open ArcInfo, ArcGIS (rest of Net, part of Nomad Eyes, EcOasis ESRI family), Intergraph CRAIDO, SACS/ECLEARInformation security and 4, M4 part of work at/for Battelle (AFRL- Kerberos (KISS, not MIT)cyberwarfare Dayton, ARL), CIA, ARDAMEMS concepts, design, & 4, M4 Cadence, CoVentor, Intel- Nomad Eyes and CEBITsoftware tools proprietary, ST-proprietary sensor processingMicroprocessor (chip) 3, M2 Transputer, DSP, neural chip (ST- Transputer family, alsodesign 10/ARM based), Nomadics DSP chips, ARM coresMultiprocessing and parallel 5, M5 Transputer chip and compiler MIMD and SIMDprocessing design, applications to AUV and algorithms, multicore, UAV systems, grad level teaching, RMS (DRMSO) use in R&D projects, part of core 3 of Nomad Eyes analytics, I BAT / 3 I DIT workProgramming languages 5, M4 this entered into one aspect or C, C++, Java, Lisp,(incl. mathematical and another of most R&D and applied Prolog, Forth, Fortran,modeling languages) work since 1975 – see examples Pascal, OCCAM, TCL, of screenshots (separate Python, PHP, Perl, SAS, document) MATLAB, Maple, Mathematica, MacsymaStreaming media 3, M3 became central focus of products Designed and and offerings of Silicon Dominion, implemented leading out- 1997 – 2001 performer for video OpenNet and vMessaging streaming – matched or constituted “early YouTube” tech exceeded Real, WMP, in 1999-2000 AkamaiWeb system design and 5, M4 this entered into one aspect or PHP, SQL, CMS, Javaimplementation (incl. CMS, another of most R&D and applied applets & scripts, Perl,portals) work since 1993 WAP, CSS, XMLUpdated 4/10/2012 10 copyright © 2011 Martin Dudziak
    • Professional CV (2010) M. J. Dudziak, PhDSelected Completed Direct Govt./Private Foundation Grants 1. US Air Force through Battelle Institute1983 – 1985 Development of rule-based and frame/schema-based models for expert systems in medical diagnosis, qualitative reasoning in physics, and in the interpretation and classification of text-based knowledge sources pertaining to biomedicine, biophysics, and biological/chemical weapons and military systems. Role: Research Scientist 2. US Navy (@ $75M program) through Martin-Marietta 1985 - 1988 Integrated sonar-lidar obstacle avoidance and real-time control system for autonomous underwater robot vehicles. Military IRAD (internal R&D) program to produce an autonomous untethered vehicle capable of deep-sea navigation for search and recovery with links for surface-based command and control. Role: Co-PI 3. US Navy through Martin-Marietta 1985 - 1988 Parallel processing for numerical optimization and fault-tolerant, fail-safe redundancy. Research project to explore and develop both systolic nd MIMD parallel hardware and software pertinent for use in Aegis cruiser fire control applications and for onboard ballistic and attack-class submarine electronic warfare and counterwarfare applications. Role: Co-PI 4. JESSI (Joint European Semiconductor Science Initiative) Hoare/Cuomo (PI) 1991 – 1993 Development of biologically-based and artificial neural network models for implementation in silicon. Investigation of neural network and other nonlinear stastistic variants for implementation into 16-bit and 32-bit core microprocessors for use in character and image-based recognition applications. Included sub-project of joint research with Center for Brain Sciences at Virginia Tech (VPI) and Radford Universities, working with K. Pribram and P. Kugler on self-organizing, holographic and quantum-based models of neural dendritic communications, signal propagation and memory. Role: Senior Scientist 5. Wheat First Securities Dudziak (PI) 3/1/93 – 9/30/93 Study in the use and development of stochastic and nonlinear mathematics, particular simulated annealing, backpropagation, Boltzmann and hybrid neural-fuzzy-genetic models, for use in mortgage-backed, bond, futures and derivative securities trading. 6. VCU Foundation Dudziak (PI) 10/1/93 – 6/30/97 Molecular Engineering and Biocomputing Center Developed curricular, scanning probe microscopy laboratory and computing environment for research into biomolecular models of computing and sensing including intracellular signaling and membrane-cytoskeleton- nuclear communications. Focus upon quantum effects in macromolecular electron transport, biosolitons in protein folding and DNA helical configurations, and the mathematics of multidimensional solitons and chaotic soliton networks. Activities included setting up and managing computer and microscopy laboratory for use by biomedical and medical graduate students for coursework and MS/PhD program research projects. 7. National Science Foundation Rao (PI) 10/1/93 – 6/30/95 Atomic and molecular clustering - nanostructured materials Investigated the application of inverse methods, combinatorical approaches including genetic algorithms, neural networks, and cellular automata virtual machines as alternatives and improvements over Monte Carlo simulations pertaining to the modeling of nanostructured clusters. Role: Research Scientist 8. National Science Foundation Dudziak (PI) 9/1/94-8/31/96 Investigation of 2-D and 3-D solitons and interactions. This project coordinated work by the PI and a group of analytical and computational mathematical physicists from JINR-Dubna, Moscow State Univ. and Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics in the study of soliton models applicable to protein and DNA, focusing upon analytical issues (3-D and n-D solitons) and numerics (computational representation, accuracy, optimization) especially in regard to macromolecular folding and conformational dynamics. 9. USAID J. Chelowski (PI) 9/1/95-8/30/96 Development and implementation of telemedicine system and professional international exchange programs between USA and former Soviet Union. Role: Consulting scientistUpdated 4/10/2012 11 copyright © 2011 Martin Dudziak
    • Professional CV (2010) M. J. Dudziak, PhD 10. DARPA (USMC) Dudziak (PI) 7/1/98-6/30/99 Investigation of alternative designs for rapid deployment mobile, wearable, wireless multi-spectral sensor systems including audio and video for body/weapon/vehicle-mounted use in rugged terrain. 11. CENAT J. Diaz (PI) 10/1/01-6/30/02 Investigations in nanoscalar materials, especially carbon nanotubes, and MEMS design for chemical sensing applications. Role: Co-PI 12. Avanta Foundation and IFC Dudziak (PI) 8/1/02-9/30/03 Support for development of digital Incyclopedia (IDEAS) and Futures Gateway programs for international youth education and competitive projects via the internet. 13. ARDA (DTO) R. Forbes (PI) 10/1/05-3/31/06 Investigation and prototyping of algorithms for counterterrorism-related anomaly detection. Role: Consulting scientist 14. Nanotech (Italy) Dudziak/Angus (Co-PI) 9/1/06 – 2/28/07 Modeling, simulation and evaluation of MEMS-based chemical, biological and radiological sensors. Role: Consulting scientist 15. CIED & CBSA (Canada) C. Angus (PI) 8/1/06 – 8/31/07 Evaluation and validation of emergency preparedness and disaster response technologies including blast-proof air-inflated structures equipped with CBRNE sensors, antimicrobial protection, and applications to border control and counterterrorism. Role: Co-PISignficant URLs (Institute for Innovative Study; focus: LEAPS Lab research)----- (focus: published papers and other document samples)----- (The ACADEMY - educational mentoring and enrichment for high-school & pre-college students) (Synergy through Collaborative Education and Research)----- (Science-Tech-Engineering-Maths - teaching innovation hands-on)----- ("Robots-plus" serving children and adults in special ways)----- (Outreach Pathways for Severe Mental Stress and Dis-Ease)----- (Radiation Medical Environmental Response) (a "more-than-just-business" Incubator and Bootstrap Network for youth +seniors + all-abilities people creating New Jobs and Freedoms)----- (one member of the Group - CBRNE-plus --- research and technology for Life)----- (focus: NomadEyes architecture and system)----- (focus: PodLabs – environmental, energy, emergency, public health)----- (focus: Space-related technology)----- (focus: CRAIDO and public health / pandemic response)----- (a Community Renaissance Project with outreach to youth) (more CV, bio, and reference material on MJD)Personal Contact DataEmail: or Skype: martindudziak(alternates:, mjdudziak@yahoo.comTel: (804) 740-0342 Cell: (202) 415-7295 Msgs: (505) 926-1399 or (202) 460-4782Post: 9400 Windy Cove Ct., Apt. I, Richmond, VA 23294-6470 (USA)Updated 4/10/2012 12 copyright © 2011 Martin Dudziak