William Eugene Warner
1137 Montague Street
Norfolk VA 23518
Research position focusing on problem solving and/or product development. Seeking research group that, while interested in practical solutions, encourages members to pursue a fundamental understanding of problems through computational modeling and experimental investigation.
Manage and implement modeling and simulation projects dealing with the development of aircraft carrier and destroyer weapon systems. Specifically on the CVN21 and DDX aircraft operations
Modeling applications include:
Flight Models to investigate operational processes and to determine if current design can generate required sortie rates
Interfacing federations of discrete and dynamic models to create a virtual carrier system, HLA , JSAF
Interfacing flight deck model with power generation supervisory programs and virtual and real hardware
Study psychological impact of submarine manning and new control room designs
Member of the Software Engineering Advisory Group (SEAG) for the corporate level activities. Working to implement system engineering processes into the sector software development cycles.
Development and Process Engineer, 1990 - 2000
Ciba Specialty Chemicals, Suffolk VA
Responsible for the development, design and installation of polymer dosing systems.
Worked with regional sales force to install and test prototype equipment for assessment of new product development.
Designed and maintained productions of organic polymer production lines, including the management of change documents and software integrity procedures.
Ph.D. Modeling and Simulation May 2006
Old Dominion University Advisor: Andreas Tolk
Dissertation: A Framework for the Representation of Cohesion in a Small Combat Unit
M.E. Modeling and Simulation December 2000
Old Dominion University
B.S. Mechanical Engineering Technology August 1989
Old Dominion University
Computer & Instrumentation Skills
Proficient in Java, Visual Basic and Mat lab
Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) ladder and symbolic languages
UML software modeling and SEI-CMM and CCMI software processes
Design of experiments and Taguchi techniques
Design and implementation of HLA and DIS simulations
Working knowledge of C++ and C#
Representation of cohesion in Small Combat Units During a Combat Incident. Proceedings of the 13th BEHAVIOR REPRESENTATION IN MODELING AND SIMULATION. 2004, Pages 359-367
Senior Research Scientist, Virginia Modeling Analysis and Simulation Center
Senior Project Engineer, Northrop Grumman Newport News
Rev. David McGuire
Pastor, Holy trinity Catholic Church