Aptima’s CEO Daniel Serfaty Receives Awards
Aptima CEO Daniel Serfaty Receives UConn 2011 Distinguished Engineering Service Award and Hall of Fame Induction
Woburn, MA, April 18, 2011 – Aptima, Inc. announced today that its CEO, Daniel Serfaty, was a recipient of the University of Connecticut’s School of Engineering “Distinguished Engineering Service Award” at an induction ceremony held on the UConn campus on March 15.
Established in 1994, the Awards are presented to those individuals who have generously given their service, time, and resources, and thereby help the School of Engineering attain its highest goals and ideals. Recipients are also inducted into the School of Engineering Hall of Fame.
Daniel Serfaty is the Principal Founder, Chairman, and CEO of Aptima, Inc. Mr. Serfaty began his career at ALPHATECH, a MIT-UConn spin-off (now BAE Systems), where – starting as a graduate student – he developed the now widely used DDD® [Archived Link No Longer Available] distributed dynamic decision making simulation environment for team research and training, under the direction of UConn professor David L. Kleinman. Mr. Serfaty served on the UConn School of Engineering’s Advisory Board from 2006 to 2008, and currently serves on UConn’s Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) Department’s Industrial Advisory Board.
Aptima is a leading human-centered research, development, and engineering company that works primarily for the military research labs, DARPA, and NASA, producing new knowledge and technologies that ensure mission success. Aptima has been named to Military Training Technology’s Top 100 Training Companies (2003 – 2010), Boston Business Journal’s Fastest Growing Private Companies (2003-2006), and Fortune’s Fastest Growing Private Companies in the United States (2007). Aptima is headquartered in Woburn, MA, with offices in Washington, DC and Dayton, OH.