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Greg L. Zacharias

Chief Scientist

United States Air Force

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United States Air Force

Background Information

Employment History

Co-Chair

Virtual Training Technologies Task Force


President

Charles River Analytics Inc


Senior Scientist

BBN Technologies incorporated


Research Engineer

C. S. Draper Laboratory, Inc


Affiliations

Research Advisory Board

Board Member


Human-System Integration

Co-Chair of the Air Force Scientific Advisory Board Study


Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Member of the Research Advisory Board


Small Business Technology Council

Board Member


DoD Human Systems

Member of the Technology Area Review


National Research Council

Member of the Committee On Human Factors


Langley AFB

Member of the Air Combat Command Advisory Group


Education

PhD

Aeronautics and Astronautics

MIT


PhD

Aeronautics and Astronautics

Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Web References(53 Total References)


News and Events at Charles River Analytics

Charles River Analytics, Inc. - STANFORD, CA - Dr. Greg Zacharias, President and Senior Principal Scientist at Charles River Analytics, delivered the keynote address at the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI 2009) Spring Symposium, which took place at Stanford University March 23-25, 2009.
AAAI hosts symposia twice a year, in the spring and in the fall, for practitioners in the field of artificial intelligence to share their research in a small group setting. The focus of this symposium was Technosocial Predictive Analytics, an effort borne out of the pressing need to deal proactively with events that "challenge the security, health, and sustainable growth of our planet, [with an] international community unprepared for the catastrophic outcomes. The symposium's goal was to help develop "new methods for anticipatory analytical thinking that implement a multi-perspective approach to predictive modeling through the integration of human and physical models, leveraging knowledge from both the social and natural sciences, [utilizing] disciplines capable of supporting the modeling tasks by enhancing cognitive access, and facilitating the achievement of knowledge inputs." The program featured Greg Zacharias of Charles River and Jean MacMillan of Aptima serving as the keynote speakers, jointly presenting an overview of the recently completed study they co-chaired for the National Research Council (NRC) entitled "Behavioral Modeling and Simulation: from Individuals to Societies. About Dr. Greg Zacharias: At Charles River Analytics, Dr. Zacharias provides strategic direction for the Government Services and Commercial Solutions Divisions, while contributing to efforts in cognitive systems engineering and advanced decision support systems. Before founding Charles River, he was a Senior Scientist at BBN Technologies, a Research Engineer at C.S. Draper Labs, and a USAF attaché for the Space Shuttle program at NASA Johnson Space Center. Dr. Zacharias was recently a member of the National Research Council (NRC) Committee on Human Factors, having served for more than ten years, and recently co-chaired the NRC study "Organizational Models: From Individuals to Societies. He is a Research Affiliate of the MIT Man-Vehicle Laboratory and the Humans and Automation Laboratory. Dr. Zacharias is also a member of the USAF Scientific Advisory Board, serving as past Chair of the Human System Wing Advisory Group for Brooks City Base, as peer reviewer for AFRL, and current member of a Cyberoperations Task Force. He is currently on the board of the Embry-Riddle Research Advisory Board and the Small Business Technology Coalition. Dr. Zacharias obtained his PhD in Aeronautics and Astronautics from MIT in 1977.


News and Events at Charles River Analytics

"We are delighted to be a key player in this important transformational effort, bringing the advanced capabilities of J-UCAS to operational reality in the future battlespace," said Charles River's President Greg Zacharias.
"Our support of the rapid spiral development of the J-UCAS COS interface will enable more effective designs in a shorter development period, and provide for greater capabilities of this revolutionary vision for human-system synergy." About Dr. Greg Zacharias: At Charles River Analytics, Dr. Zacharias provides strategic direction in projects in human behavior modeling and agent-based decision support systems. Before founding Charles River, he was a Senior Scientist at BBN Technologies, a Research Engineer at C.S. Draper Labs, and a USAF attaché for the Space Shuttle program at NASA Johnson Space Center. Dr. Zacharias has been a member of the National Research Council (NRC) Committee on Human Factors since 1995, and is currently co-chairing the NRC study "Organizational Models: From Individuals to Societies. He is a Research Affiliate of the MIT Man-Vehicle Laboratory, and is a member of the Research Advisory Board of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Dr. Zacharias is also a member of the DoD Human Systems (HS) Technology Area Review and Assessment (TARA) Panel, the USAF Scientific Advisory Board (SAB), and the Small Business Technology Coalition board of directors. He chairs the USAF Human System Wing Advisory Group for Brooks City Base, TX. Greg obtained his PhD in Aeronautics and Astronautics from MIT in 1977.


News and Events at Charles River Analytics

Charles River Analytics, Inc. - WASHINGTON, DC - On October 5, 2005, the president of Charles River Analytics, Dr. Greg Zacharias, received the US Air Force's Meritorious Civilian Service Award at the Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) awards banquet in Washington, DC.
Dr. Zacharias was honored for his contributions while serving on the SAB from 2001 to 2005; the award is the second highest awarded to civilians for service to the Air Force. Dr. Zacharias's SAB activities included participating in or chairing Science and Technology (S&T) Reviews for the Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) Human Effectiveness Directorate (AFRL/HE in 2001, 2003, and 2005), and participating in S&T Reviews for the Information Directorate (AFRL/IF in 2003 and 2005). Dr. Zacharias also chaired the Human Systems Wing Advisory Group (HSWAG) at Brooks City Base (2002-2005), and was a member of the Air Combat Command Advisory Group at Langley AFB (2003-2004). Dr. Zacharias also contributed to a number of SAB studies during his board membership, co-chairing the Prediction and Confirmation Tools Panel for the SAB's Predictive Battlespace Awareness Study (2002), chairing the Mission Management Panel for the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Study (2003), co-chairing the Human Systems Integration Study (2004), and co-chairing the Modeling and Simulation Panel for the recently concluded Urban Operations Study (2005). Lieutenant General Donald J. Hoffman, the Military Deputy of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition (right), presenting the Award for Meritorious Civilian Service to Dr. Greg Zacharias. About Dr. Greg Zacharias, President and Senior Principal Scientist: At Charles River Analytics, Dr. Zacharias provides strategic direction in cognitive systems engineering and computational intelligence for the development of decision support systems. Before founding Charles River, he was a Senior Scientist at BBN Technologies, a Research Engineer at CS Draper Labs, and a USAF attaché for the Space Shuttle program at NASA Johnson Space Center. Dr. Zacharias has been a member of the National Research Council (NRC) Committee on Human Factors since 1995, and is currently co-chairing the NRC study "Organizational Models: From Individuals to Societies. He is a Research Affiliate of the MIT Man-Vehicle Laboratory and the MIT Humans and Automation Laboratory. Dr Zacharias has been a member of the USAF Scientific Advisory Board (SAB), the DoD Human Systems Technology Area Review and Assessment (TARA) Panel, and the Human System Wing Advisory Group for Brooks City Base, TX. Dr. Zacharias is currently a member of the Research Advisory Board of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and the Small Business Technology Coalition board of directors. Dr. Zacharias obtained his PhD in Aeronautics and Astronautics from MIT in 1977.


Small Business Technology Council

Greg Zacharias
Charles River Analytics, Inc.


Small Business Technology Council

Greg Zacharias
Charles River Analytics, Inc.


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