Alion’s Dr. Andy Ceranowicz Named I/ITSEC Fellow
Alion’s Chief Scientist Dr. Andy Ceranowicz was inducted as the 2014 Fellow at the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC) where he was honored for his influence in shaping simulation and training capabilities industrywide. Dr. Ceranowicz presented at I/ITSEC on the topic of metasimulation, where he showcased a ground-breaking basis for understanding simulation and its implications for solving the most pressing problems we face today.
Dr. Ceranowicz has been involved in simulations for training for over 25 years and has contributed to the Joint Semi-Automated Forces (JSAF) as the chief engineer, led the development of the Millennium Challenge 02 and influenced experimentation at the Joint Forces Command (JFCOM). His focus is now on the Navy’s Continuous Training Environment as the architect.
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