My professional career began performing experimentation and simulation modeling of agricultural processes (1983-93). This work evolved into managing the development of a simulation-based farm management information system that required the creation of a software engineering laboratory tailored to integration of science and technology knowledge into user oriented decision tools (1989-97). The laboratory was one of the first within the USDA Ag Research Service to involve land managers intimately in the software development process. Statistical work during this period involved various experimental studies and, additionally, embedding ideas and tools for summarization of data into software to be used by farmers and land managers.
Currently am senior analyst and chief systems design engineer at the Idaho National Laboratory utilizing SAS's Business Intelligence tool receive data from next generation nuclear studies (NGNP), verify and scrutinze, and deliver the data to an international community of partners.
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