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Ernie Page

SIMEX Program Manager
The MITRE Corporation
A simulation study of a traffic intersection in Blacksburg VA during my senior year at Virginia Tech introduced me to the topic that would become my career long pursuit. After completing my Masters and Ph.D. work in the areas of model design and distributed execution under Dick Nance, Osman Balci, Mike Overstreet, and Sean Arthur, I joined MITRE in 1995 inspired by the work of Dr. Lisa Sokol on the Moving Time Window (MTW) protocol, Jeff Opper and Dr. Bill Niedringhaus in parallel ModSAF, and the Aggregate Level Simulation Protocol (ALSP) project led by Dr. Judith Dahmann and Dr. Richard Weatherly

Background   My research interests
1983-1994   Virginia Tech
  BS, MS, Ph.D. (Comp. Sci.)
1993   Radford University
1995-2001   MITRE
  Technical Staff
2001-2004   Abstraction and Associates
2004-present   MITRE
  Recidivist Technical Staff
  • Modeling methodologies
  • Simulation languages
  • Immersive environments
  • Parallel and distributed systems

What I'm working on at MITRE   What I'm doing for the simulation community
Serving as Program Manager for MITRE's SIMEX program.

  Serving on a few journal editorial and advisory boards...

More professional Stuff...   When I'm not at work you can find me...

Last updated: 11 August 2022