LTC Christopher M. Smith
Assistant Professor of Operations Research

 

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DSN: 785-3636 x4318
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CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Smith, C., Scherer, W.T., Carr, S. (2012), "Quantitative Intelligence Analysis", Military Application Society session, INFORMS Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, October 2012.

Smith, C., Scherer, W.T., Carr, S. (2012), "Applying Quantitative Intelligence Analysis", Military Operations Research Society Annual Symposium, Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado, June 2012.

Smith, C., Scherer, W.T., Carr, S. (2012), "Quantitative Intelligence Analysis", International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention, San Diego, California, April 2012.

Smith, C., Parnell, G, Moxley, F. (2009), "Intelligent Adversary Probabilistic Risk Analysis", Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, December 2009.

Smith, C., Parnell, G, Moxley, F. (2009), "Intelligent Adversary Risk Analysis: Defender-Attacker-Defender Probabilistic Risk Analysis Models", Military Operations Research Society Annual Symposium, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, June 2009.

Smith, C., Parnell, G, Moxley, F. (2009), "Intelligent Adversary Risk Analysis: a Bioterrorism Risk Management Model", Risk Analysis of Complex Systems for National Security Applications, Los Alamos National Labs, Santa Fe, New Mexico, April 2009.

Smith, C., Parnell, G, Moxley, F. (2008), "Comparison of homeland security risk assessment methodologies," Risk Analysis: the Science and the Art session, Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, December 2008.

Smith, C., Parnell, G., Moxley, F. (2008), "Comparison of Homeland Security Bioterrorism Risk Assessment Methodologies", Decision Analysis session, INFORMS Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, October 2008.

Smith, C., Roginski, J (2008), "Shocking Applications of Mathematical Modeling in the Undergraduate Classroom", Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Diego, California, January 2008.

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