Dr. Ronald A. Riley

Senior Member | Sr. Computer Scientist at Air Force Research Lab
Riley, Ronald A.
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SPIE Membership: 21.2 years
SPIE Awards: Senior status
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Area of Expertise: Technical Leadership Driving Innovation, Physics / Math / Statistical / Software Modeling, Image & Signal Processing, Data-Level Fusion / MultiINT, Machine Learning / Artificial Intelligence, Remote Sensing / EO VisNIR-Thermal / SAR
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✪ My goal is to be where I can make the world a better place through technical innovation and inspire others to greatness.
✪ I believe in the power of technical innovation to make everyone's life better by making the pie bigger instead of dividing the crumbs "equally."
✪ I am a leader of research and development teams at national laboratories and in private industry.

PhD in physics, 1993, University of California San Diego, La Jolla CA. MS in applied math, 1987, BS in physics, 1985, BS in applied math, 1985, and BS in computer science, 1984, University of Central Florida, Orlando FL.

Researching "Cyber-Physical Distributed Sensing"at AFRL. Sr Research Scientist at Riverside Research investigating analog side-channel cyber exploits. Chief Scientist at Altamira Corp in Dayton OH and at DRS Soneticom in Melbourne FL. He was an IR&D Manager and Principle Investigator at Harris Corp in Melbourne FL. He was a Computer Scientist/Researcher at USC Information Sciences Institute in Arlington VA. He was a Research Scientist at Northrop Grumman in Arlington VA. He was an NRC Post Doc at the Naval Research Lab in Washington DC. He was a GRA at Los Alamos National Lab in Los Alamos NM. He was a Software Engineer at Lockheed Martin in Orlando FL. He was awarded 8 patents by the USPTO. His current research interests include: signal processing, cyber security, machine learning, data-fusion, geolocation, HF propagation, hyperspectral imagery, change detection. Previous research interests include: remote spectral material classification, extracting 3D shape from 2D images, nuclear fusion, high-speed laser diagnostics of hot dense plasmas, and e-textiles.

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