Douglas M. Reitz

Doug Reitz is a part-time Computational Sciences and Informatics Ph.D. candidate at George Mason University concentrating in Computational Physics. When not studying, he works as a Real-Time Software Engineer at the Boeing Company, architecting, designing, developing, and integrating high fidelity simulation models for pilot training. His dissertation research area is ‘Atomistic Monte Carlo Simulation and Data Analysis of Binary Alloys’ where he is seeking to apply simulation, machine learning, topological features, and thermodynamic attributes in the exploration and analysis of binary alloy configuration space with the goal of improving discovery in this area. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Science at Penn State University, University Park, PA and his Master of Science degree in Computer Science at Binghamton University (SUNY), Binghamton, NY.

 

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Publications:

Land, W. H., Jr., Wong, L., Masters, T., Mckee, D., Anderson, F., Lo, J., Reitz, D., ‘New Results In Computer Aided Diagnosis (CAD) of Breast Cancer Using a Recently Developed SVM/GRNN Oracle Hybrid’,  Intelligent Engineering Systems Through Artificial Neural Networks (ANNIE 2004), pp 779-784, Vol. 14, ASME Press, New York, 2004

Galen M. Shipman, David A. Dillow, Douglas Fuller, Raghul Gunasekaran, Jason Hill, Youngjae Kim, Sarp Oral, Doug Reitz, James Simmons, Feiyi Wang,  ‘A Next-Generation Parallel File System Environment for the OLCF’,  Proceedings of Cray User Group Conference (CUG), Stuttgart, Germany, April 29-May 3, 2012