CDS Lecture Series

Andrew J. Newman
The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

Andrew Newman is a member of the APL Principal Professional Staff and Section Supervisor of the Data Fusion Analysis Section of the Weapon and Targeting Systems Group. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Systems Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania (1987), a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Virginia (1992), and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Maryland (1999). Since joining APL in 2003, he has worked on projects in sensor and data fusion, ground target tracking, space situation awareness, and Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) resource management. He has led or supported a number of tasks for major programs in those areas including Dynamic Time Critical Warfighting Capability, Upstream Data Fusion for Space Situation Awareness, Global Net-Centric Surveillance and Targeting, and Joint Battle Management Command and Control. He has led several Internal Research and Development projects including Precision Engagement of Moving Ground Targets, Tactically Responsive ISR Management, ISR Performance Prediction, and Sensor Fusion and Resource Management for Space Situation Awareness. Previously, he worked for ALPHATECH, Inc. of Arlington, VA, where he developed optimization and control algorithms for ISR resource management in support of several DARPA and Air Force Research Lab research programs.

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