IDA in the Research Community Archives, 2022-Q4

IDA Research Staff participate actively in various professional activities – both within their disciplines and ancillary to them – including publishing in the open literature. Below are some recent citations of IDA Researchers and their work.

Han, Doane and Morgan-Wall Spoke at R Conference
Shirley Han, Wil Doane and Tyler Morgan-Wall spoke at the Government and Public Sector R Conference. The hybrid event was held at Georgetown University and online on December 1-2.
Sater Received ASME Dedicated Service Award
Janet Sater received the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Dedicated Service Award on September 12 at the 2022 Smart Materials, Adaptive Structures, and Intelligent Systems (SMASIS) Conference. The ASME Board of Governors established the award to honor dedicated voluntary service to the society marked by outstanding performance, demonstrated effective leadership, prolonged and committed service, devotion, enthusiasm and faithfulness.
Roberts Published in Analytica Chimica Acta
Jake Roberts coauthored “Incorporating Measurement Variability When Comparing Sets of High-Resolution Mass Spectra,” published in Analytica Chimica Acta.
Urrutia-Varhall Named to the Defense Advisory Committee on D&I
Linda Urrutia-Varhall was named to the Defense Advisory Committee on Diversity and Inclusion. The committee is composed of civilian women and men who are appointed by the Secretary of Defense to provide advice and recommendations on matters and policies relating to the improvement of racial/ethnic diversity, inclusion, and equal opportunity within the Defense Department with a primary focus on military personnel.
Fanto Awarded Eugene P. Visco Prize
Paul Fanto won the Eugene P. Visco prize for his presentation, “Resilient Position Data Fusion with a Generic Kalman Filter Method,” at the MORS 2022 Emerging Techniques Forum. The Visco prize recognizes excellence in research quality, contributions and presentation from early career and Junior Analysts conducting impactful, technically rigorous and multi-disciplinary research.
Fischerkeller Cited in Washington Post Article
Michael Fischerkeller was cited in a recently published Washington Post article. The information in the opinion piece is based on “Cyber Persistence Theory: Redefining National Security in Cyberspace,” the book he coauthored with Emily Goldman and Richard Harknett.
Marshall Book Launch
Jeffrey McKitrick and Robert Angevine spoke at a book launch event for “Reflections on Net Assessment,” featuring newly released interviews with Andy Marshall, one of the longest-serving defense intellectuals in the United States. Vago Muradian of the Defense and Aerospace Report was moderator. IDA co-hosted the event with the Andrew W. Marshall Foundation at our Potomac Yard facility. The event was held on October 6, 2022.