IDA in the Research Community

IDA Research Staff participate actively in various professional activities – both within their disciplines and ancillary to them – including publishing in the open literature. Below are some recent citations of IDA Researchers and their work.

Kaye Presents at Annual Acquisition Research Symposium
Mark Kaye presented at the Naval Postgraduate School’s 21st Annual Acquisition Research Symposium on May 8. His remarks were based on a paper he coauthored with Susan Rose.
Wong Speaks on Space and Climate at Netherlands Embassy
Gifford Wong served on a panel at the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in the U.S. Gifford and the other panelists discussed how we might make climate data from space actionable. The panel followed a presentation on observations from NASA’s PACE mission, which uses Dutch instrument SPEXone to measure the influence of aerosols on climate change.
Bhatt Appeared on ABC Documentary Series
Sujeeta Bhatt appeared in three episodes of an upcoming documentary series, “The Interrogation Tapes.” The episodes aired on ABC on April 1, 8 and 29 and were made available on Hulu the next day.
Kulinowski Interviewed on STEM Education at U.S. Embassy Tokyo
U.S. Embassy Tokyo staff interviewed STPI Director Kristen Kulinowski for the video series Tokyo Talks. Kristen discussed topics relating to higher education in STEM and gave advice to Japanese students considering STEM graduate programs in the U.S. The interview was part of the embassy’s Speakers’ Program, an initiative that engages professional and student Japanese audiences on topics of strategic importance to the U.S. and Japan.
Numrich Wins NTSA Lifetime Achievement Award
Sue Numrich earned the National Training & Simulation Association (NTSA) Lifetime Achievement in Modeling and Simulation award for her contributions to the science and technology of modeling and simulations.
Greenwood and Savage Publish Article on Technology and Warfighting
Tom Greenwood and Pat Savage published an article in the Marine Corps Gazette on the relationship between technological innovation and warfighting. In the article, they analyze cases from recent history and argue that new technology alone cannot guarantee victory. Rather, a combination of effective incorporation of that technology, strategic advantage and other human factors are needed to gain the upper hand.