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Jeremy has a strong interest and passion for developing tools to improve the way pilots train and helping these pilots train more efficiently. He has experience in human performance measurement and is a contributor to the PETS™ system, an intelligent suite of data mining, performance analysis, and storage tools developed by AFRL/RHAS and Lumir Research Institute (now part of Aptima). Jeremy supports PETS development and design to enhance the measuring of human performance and effective training within the Air Force community. He also develops LNCS to further pilot comprehension during live scenario recording and debrief. He has used C++, Java, C#, PHP, and SQL to progress various projects at AFRL and in-house.
Jeremy has received a B.A. in Computer Science from Wright State University, an A.A.B. in Microsoft Networking Technology from the University of Northwestern Ohio, and is a member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).