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  240-228-8954

  Arthur.Tucker@jhuapl.edu

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:   Immersive technologies technical lead; Computer scientist; Systems engineer

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Degree Field of Study Year Attained Institution Name
Master of Science Computer Science 2016 Johns Hopkins University
Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering & Computer Science 2002 Duke University

Mr. Tucker is an innovative and resourceful technical leader with 18+ years of software and systems engineering experience across multiple domains, creative problem solver with expertise in a diverse background of technologies, including visualization, human-computer interaction, space ground systems, and cyber security, and a team player with 5+ years of project management and 3+ years of line management experience.

 
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Start Year End Year Description
2016 Current Ground Software Software Applications Engineer, JHU/APL Led the system architecture design, technical development, and integration of multiple augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) applications. Managed multiple teams of software developers, prioritized issues, and held weekly Agile status meetings.
2014 2016 Networking & Communications Systems Engineer, JHU/APL Developed portfolio strategies, enterprise architectures, modeling frameworks, and capability analyses for multiple networking, mobility, cybersecurity, and analytics initiatives.
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Arthur Tucker, Robert Berardino, James Curbo, Mark S. Dennison, (2020), Course of action modeling and visualization in augmented space, Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed Reality (XR) Technology for Multi-Domain Operations, https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2558753

(2017), Reviewers, 2017 6th International Conference on Space Mission Challenges for Information Technology (SMC-IT), https://doi.org/10.1109/smc-it.2017.7

A. O. Tucker, R. A. Berardino, D. Hahne, B. Schreurs, N. J. Fox, N. Raouafi, (2017), Augmented Visual Experience of Simulated Solar Phenomena, AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts