In this presentation, Gluck will provide a brief introduction to the Air Force Research Laboratory and the breadth of enduring cognitive science research interests there, with an emphasis on research in performance prediction, robust decision making, and interactive task learning. A recurring theme is the fascinating and challenging bi-directional relationship between our basic and applied cognitive science research. The presentation ends with some information about internship and other employment opportunities.
Kevin Gluck is a Principal Cognitive Scientist with the Air Force Research Laboratory. He has authored or co-authored more than 80 peer-reviewed publications, is co-inventor on two U.S. patents, and has played a lead role in the organization and management of 13 international conferences and workshops. Kevin is the Airman Systems Directorate's Core Research Area Lead for Personalized Learning and Readiness Sciences. His enduring research interests and activities focus on computational and mathematical models of cognitive processes to explain and improve human performance.