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Feb 27, 2013

GTRI Award Winner Uses JMP

I recently came across an announcement about a Georgia Tech Research Institute Distinguished Performance Award given to Tommer Ender. Tommer used JMP in his research when he worked with Dmitri Mavris as a PhD candidate at Georgia Tech. Tommer, now Dr. Ender, currently works at Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) as a senior research engineer in the Electronic Systems Research Laboratory (ELSYS).

The institute deploys a dynamic, interactive decision-making framework to collaborate with its client partners. We are proud that JMP is among the tools GTRI deploys, including on military projects requiring modeling and simulation to maximize performance, protection and payload (the technology iron triangle) to develop safe, energy-efficient mission-critical equipment. For example, in one project, GTRI used JMP to uncover how decreasing electrical load requirements increased the number of feasible engine and armor design options while maintaining speed, fuel economy and operational range requirements.

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We wish Tommer, GTRI and its partners success with their work.