An Aviator's Perspective in Atlantic City
Working from MITRE's Atlantic City site gives CAASD's Clark Lunsford the opportunity to work side-by-side with FAA lab staff during the week while piloting his small plane up and down the Jersey shore on the weekends.
Brains on the Brain
Julia High has pursued a lifelong fascination with the workings of the human brain all the way to MITRE, where she now explores the applications of neuroscience in a variety of fields.
Enterprise Integration Expert
Her extensive knowledge of information technology, finance, and business helps MITRE's Amy Pierce support numerous government customers with their enterprise integration and modernization efforts.
A Leading Role in GPS
A leader in breakthrough GPS technologies, MITRE Fellow John Betz has played an integral role in modernizing global positioning systems in the US and around the world.
Dedicated in Huntsville
A veteran of software systems acquisition and management, MITRE's Kathy Land supports the Ballistic Missile Defense System Concurrent Test Training and Operations project in Huntsville, Alabama. She is also serving as the president of the IEEE Computer Society in 2009.
A Career that Rocks
Bob Hauge's 22 years at MITRE have given him a chance to shape dramatic changes in the way information technology enables employees to work together—and to pursue, with co-workers, a passion for music.
Innovative Thinking in Omaha
Being on-site in Omaha, Nebraska, gives Doug Rodgers the opportunity to work on global innovations and strategies for the U.S. Strategic Command.
For MITRE information systems engineer Charles Worrell, there's no problem too thorny to solve—especially with the help of state-of-the-art data analysis and compliance behavior modeling techniques.
Reaching a New Equilibrium
Betty Price is an expert on balance. At MITRE, she supports defense and intelligence customers with her program and project management skills. Outside of MITRE, she's a physical fitness specialist for a program that teaches seniors how to stay steady on their feet.
Putting Leadership Ideas to Work
MITRE's Richard Games knows that leading new research initiatives is both a challenge and an opportunity.
Working in the international aviation arena is no easy task, but MITRE
CAASD's Mimi Dobbs thrives on the challenges of tackling tough
international aviation issues.
Our Deployed Troops
Traveling to Bosnia, Kosovo, Afghanistan, Iraq, and Djibouti are all
just part of the job for MITRE's Rich Bourgault; he supports US Army
Europe by providing assistance with intelligence and communications
systems to deployed troops.
into Software Systems Development
Software systems engineer Brian Sroka has worked on a variety of challenging
projects including high performance computing systems for DARPA and
the "3 by 2 Fingerprint Challenge" for the Department of
Generation of GPS
Working from MITRE's El Segundo site, Brad Stine is supporting the
system integration of the application, capabilities, and technologies
of the latest generation of GPS equipment—GPS III.
on the Skies
For senior principal simulation modeling engineer Joe Hoffman, decreasing
flight delays and improving the efficiency of New York City's airspace
is all in a day's work.
Better Tech Tools to MITRE Staff
Without the latest and greatest in technology tools, MITRE's staff
couldn't provide the highest quality services to our government sponsors.
Human factors engineer Bryn Dews leads the team helping to ensure
that our employees have the software tools they need to get the job
Engineer Discovers It's a Small World at MITRE
As soon as Mark Taczak graduated from high school in Alexandria, Va.,
he began working at MITRE. This young engineer joined the company's
Nanosystems Group, and he has become a key member of the nanotechnology
staff, even as he pursues his outside interests of travel, photography,
and port collecting.
With a new assignment at MITRE's Honolulu, Hawaii site, Bill Joo is
using his IT experience to support the DIA's Pacific Regional Support
Center's information assurance and continuity management systems.
With two careers, one as a Navy reservist and the other as a MITRE
systems engineer, Mike Hussey's maritime experience has proven invaluable
to his work on the Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA) community of interest
the Extra Mile
For Colorado Springs information security engineer Chriss Koch, MITRE
has been full of opportunities—educationally, professionally,