Leah Reeves

General Information

Experience

Director - Human Integration Technology Assessment Center

Consultant - Human Factors and Ergonomics Society

Lead Human Systems Engineer - Potomac Institute - Leah Reeves

inTouch Computing

The Center for Neurotechnology Studies

Education

Ph.D. - Industrial Engineering , University of Central Florida

Affiliations

Founder - Human Factors and Ergonomics Society

Research Fellow - Potomac Institute for Policy Studies

Adjunct Fellow - Potomac Institute for Policy Studies

Director - Human-Technology Integration

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Potomac Institute - Leah Reeves

Leah Reeves | Dr. Leah Reeves
Leah Reeves | Dr. Leah Reeves Leah Reeves, Director of the Human Integration Technology Assessment Center Leah Reeves recently joined the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies to take over as Director of the Human Integration Technology Assessment Center. Leah will be the lead Human Systems Engineer for Potomac's work with ONR Code 30's Human Performance Training and Survivability (HPT&S) thrust and Code 34's Virtual Environments and Technologies (VIRTE) program. Leah's previous 15 years of Human Systems Engineering experience include: PI for a Phase 1 and research/engineering advisor for Phase 2 of an OSD SBIR grant focused on developing multimodal information design support tools for C4ISR systems; research/engineering advisor on numerous other SBIRs and contracts; sub-contracting for Lockheed Martin Advanced Technologies Laboratory for Phases 1, 2, and 3 of DARPA's Augmented Cognition Program; working for IBM's Human Factors Speech Interface Group; developing and presenting Human Factors Engineering tutorials/workshops for international conferences; Design and Usability Engineering work for various industry and government entities, including: Microsoft, Motorola, RPR Pharmaceuticals, Time Warner Cable (now Brighthouse Networks), the FAA, and the U.S. Army and Navy, and; numerous publications in various human systems engineering-focused journals, conferences, magazines and books. With the aid of an ONR-sponsored fellowship under LCDR Dylan Schmorrow's leadership, Leah is completing her Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from the University of Central Florida this spring, with a specialty in Human Engineering and Ergonomics and a focus on Human-System Integration (HSI) issues associated with interactive multimodal systems.

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Potomac Institute - Leah Reeves

Ms. Leah ReevesPotomac Institute - Leah ReevesLeah Reeves, Director of the Human Integration Technology Assessment CenterLeah Reeves recently joined the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies to take over as Director of the Human Integration Technology Assessment Center.Leah will be the lead Human Systems Engineer for Potomac,s work with ONR Code 30,s Human Performance Training and Survivability (HPT&S) thrust and Code 34,s Virtual Environments and Technologies (VIRTE) program.Leah,s previous 15 years of Human Systems Engineering experience include: PI for a Phase 1 and research/engineering advisor for Phase 2 of an OSD SBIR grant focused on developing multimodal information design support tools for C4ISR systems; research/engineering advisor on numerous other SBIRs and contracts; sub-contracting for Lockheed Martin Advanced Technologies Laboratory for Phases 1, 2, and 3 of DARPA,s Augmented Cognition Program; working for IBM's Human Factors Speech Interface Group; developing and presenting Human Factors Engineering tutorials/workshops for international conferences; Design and Usability Engineering work for various industry and government entities, including: Microsoft, Motorola, RPR Pharmaceuticals, Time Warner Cable (now Brighthouse Networks), the FAA, and the U.S. Army and Navy, and; numerous publications in various human systems engineering-focused journals, conferences, magazines and books.With the aid of an ONR-sponsored fellowship under LCDR Dylan Schmorrow,s leadership, Leah is completing her Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from the University of Central Florida this spring, with a specialty in Human Engineering and Ergonomics and a focus on Human-System Integration (HSI) issues associated with interactive multimodal systems.

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Leah M. Reeves-Butler, Ph.D. | James Gordon, M.D. | Robert Duggan, M.A., M.Ac. | Marta Hanson, Ph.D. | Paige Lescure, J.D. | Karl Ardo, M.F.A. | Richard Silver, M.D. | James Snow, RH(AHG) | Rebecca Snow, M.S., RH(AHG), CNS | Cheryl Walker, M.L.L., MCC | Kevin Spelman, Ph.D. | David Blawais, M.A., M.Ac. | Jillian Borchard, M.S., RH(AHG) | Jim Duke, Ph.D. | Sara Eisenburg, M.S. | Helen Metzman, M.S. | Andrew Pengelly, Ph.D.
Leah M. Reeves-Butler, Ph.D. Leah M. Reeves-Butler is an adjunct faculty member in the Integrative Sciences Department at Tai Sophia Institute in Laurel, MD and is currently pursing her Master of Acupuncture (M.Ac.) degree from the Institute. She previously served as the Director of the Human-Technology Integration and Assessment Office for the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies' general operations and the Institute's Center for Neurotechnology Studies in Arlington, VA. She co-founded the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Augmented Cognition Technical Group. In addition to her extensive knowledge of human anatomy and physiology, she is able to combine her knowledge of Chinese medicine into the courses she teaches to facilitate an integrative perspective of medicine.

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