Dr. Brian Goldiez

Senior Program Manager, Orlando, FL

407 882 1302 | bgoldiez@odu.edu

SHORT BIOGRAPHY

Brian Goldiez, PhD, is a Program Manager at the Virginia Modeling, Simulation, and Analysis Center (VMASC) at Old Dominion University based in Orlando, Florida. He has over 40 years of experience in modeling and simulation working in government, industry, and academia. Goldiez experience has also spanned the range of fundamental research through simulator development. He was the University of Central Florida’s first recipient of a Ph.D. in Modeling and Simulation. He also has an MS in Computer Engineering from UCF and a BS in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Kansas. Goldiez has led a number of research initiatives in modeling and simulation in areas such as interoperability, healthcare, software engineering, augmented reality, introduction of PC-based graphics systems, use of high performance computing, and performance assessments of users using analytical methods. He has also directed large, multi-discipline project teams and organizations.

EDUCATION

Ph.D. in Modeling and Simulation, 2004
University of Central Florida (UCF), Orlando, FL

M.S. in Computer Engineering, 1979
University of Central Florida (UCF), Orlando, FL

B.S. in Aerospace Engineering, 1973
University of Kansas (UK), Lawrence, KS

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

VMASC, Program Director
Suffolk, VA
2018 - Present

University of Central Florida; Institute for Simulation and Training, Deputy Director & Principal Investigator
Orlando, FL
1988 - 2018

University of Wales; HADR Centre/High Performance Computing Wales., Visiting Professor
Wales, England
2011 - 2017

University of Central Florida; College of Graduate Studies, Research Associate Professor
Orlando, FL
2012 - Present

University of Central Florida; Advanced Research Computing Center, Director
Orlando, FL
2008 - Present

University of Central Florida; Industrial Engineering & Management Systems, Secondary Joint Appointment
Orlando, FL
2006 - Present

University of Central Florida; Institute for Simulation and Training, Interim Director
Orlando, FL
2001 - 2002

SIGNIFICANT PUBLICATIONS

Allen, C., Willis, S., Hernandez, C., Wismer, A., Reinerman, L., Teo, G., Goldiez, B., Mazzeo, M., Hackett, M. (2019). Holographic and related technologies for medical simulation (ID 1632). Presentation at Human Computer Interaction International Conference.

Xynidis, M., & Goldiez, B. (2018). Methodology for quantitative assessment of combat casualty care. Simulation: Transactions of the Society for Modeling and Simulation International. Accepted for publication in February, 2018

Caulkins, B., Goldiez, B., Wiegand, P., Martin, G., Dumanoir, P., Torres, T. (November, 2017). Emerging network and architecture technology enhancements to support future training environments. Interservice/industry training simulation and education conference. Orlando, FL.

Proietti, P., Goldiez, B., Farlik, J., Di Marco, B. (October, 2017). Modelling & simulation to support the counter drone operations (NMSG-154). Modeling & simulation for autonomous systems symposium. NATO. Rome, Italy.

Willis, S., Hackett, M., Goldiez, B. (August, 2017). Using human factors experiments to inform design of dynamic holographic displays for medical simulation. Poster session presented at the Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE) Conference, Los Angeles, CA.

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Dr. Brian Goldiez

Senior Program Manager, Orlando, FL

407 882 1302 | bgoldiez@odu.edu

RESEARCH FIELD OF EXPERTISE & RESEARCH INTERESTS


Interoperability, Systems Engineering & Optimization, Computing Architectures, Visualization

SHORT BIOGRAPHY

Brian Goldiez, PhD, is a Program Manager at the Virginia Modeling, Simulation, and Analysis Center (VMASC) at Old Dominion University based in Orlando, Florida. He has over 40 years of experience in modeling and simulation working in government, industry, and academia. Goldiez experience has also spanned the range of fundamental research through simulator development. He was the University of Central Florida’s first recipient of a Ph.D. in Modeling and Simulation. He also has an MS in Computer Engineering from UCF and a BS in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Kansas. Goldiez has led a number of research initiatives in modeling and simulation in areas such as interoperability, healthcare, software engineering, augmented reality, introduction of PC-based graphics systems, use of high performance computing, and performance assessments of users using analytical methods. He has also directed large, multi-discipline project teams and organizations.

EDUCATION

Ph.D. in Modeling and Simulation, 2004
University of Central Florida (UCF), Orlando, FL

M.S. in Computer Engineering, 1979
University of Central Florida (UCF), Orlando, FL

B.S. in Aerospace Engineering, 1973
University of Kansas (UK), Lawrence, KS

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

VMASC, Program Director
Suffolk, VA
2018 - Present

University of Central Florida; Institute for Simulation and Training, Deputy Director & Principal Investigator
Orlando, FL
1988 - 2018

University of Wales; HADR Centre/High Performance Computing Wales., Visiting Professor
Wales, England
2011 - 2017

University of Central Florida; College of Graduate Studies, Research Associate Professor
Orlando, FL
2012 - Present

University of Central Florida; Advanced Research Computing Center, Director
Orlando, FL
2008 - Present

University of Central Florida; Industrial Engineering & Management Systems, Secondary Joint Appointment
Orlando, FL
2006 - Present

University of Central Florida; Institute for Simulation and Training, Interim Director
Orlando, FL
2001 - 2002

SIGNIFICANT PUBLICATIONS

Allen, C., Willis, S., Hernandez, C., Wismer, A., Reinerman, L., Teo, G., Goldiez, B., Mazzeo, M., Hackett, M. (2019). Holographic and related technologies for medical simulation (ID 1632). Presentation at Human Computer Interaction International Conference.

Xynidis, M., & Goldiez, B. (2018). Methodology for quantitative assessment of combat casualty care. Simulation: Transactions of the Society for Modeling and Simulation International. Accepted for publication in February, 2018

Caulkins, B., Goldiez, B., Wiegand, P., Martin, G., Dumanoir, P., Torres, T. (November, 2017). Emerging network and architecture technology enhancements to support future training environments. Interservice/industry training simulation and education conference. Orlando, FL.

Proietti, P., Goldiez, B., Farlik, J., Di Marco, B. (October, 2017). Modelling & simulation to support the counter drone operations (NMSG-154). Modeling & simulation for autonomous systems symposium. NATO. Rome, Italy.

Willis, S., Hackett, M., Goldiez, B. (August, 2017). Using human factors experiments to inform design of dynamic holographic displays for medical simulation. Poster session presented at the Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE) Conference, Los Angeles, CA.

CV/RESUME