Dr. Dana Forsthoefel Fitzgerald is a Principal Research Engineer at the Georgia Tech Research Institute, where she serves as the division Chief Engineer for the Software Engineering and Architecture Division within the Sensors and Electromagnetic Applications Laboratory. She has over ten years of experience performing research and development in real-time, resource-constrained software systems, high performance sensor software architecture and design, and machine learning and cognitive systems, authoring 35 technical articles during this time.
Dr. Forsthoefel Fitzgerald received the BS degree (with highest honor) in computer engineering and the MS degree in electrical and computer engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 2008 and 2009, respectively. In 2013, she received the Ph.D. degree in electrical and computer engineering while working in the Mobile Vision Embedded Systems laboratory at the Georgia Institute of Technology.She has experience teaching core computing concepts at the university level to undergraduate students as an instructor at Georgia Tech and is nationally recognized as an expert in radar software development, teaching both national and international students in three Georgia Tech professional education courses on the subject. She is a member of both ACM and IEEE.
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Cognitive Electronic Warfare
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