Jeremy May has a strong interest in 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 data lake storage tools developed by AFRL/RHAS and Aptima. Jeremy supports PETS development and design to enhance the measuring of human performance and effective training within the Air Force community. He also works on the AFRL/RHAS-Aptima LNCS testbed, 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 holds a BA in Computer Science from Wright State University and an AAB in Microsoft Networking Technology from the University of Northwestern Ohio. He is a member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and Simulation Interoperability Standards Organization (SISO).