Dr. Jonathan Pfautz joined DARPA as a program manager in June 2015. His principal research interests lie at the intersection of the computational and behavioral/social sciences.
Prior to joining DARPA, Dr. Pfautz led cross-disciplinary research and guided system development and deployment at Charles River Analytics. His efforts spanned research in social science, neuroscience, cognitive science, human factors engineering, and applied artificial intelligence.
Dr. Pfautz holds a doctor of philosophy degree in computer science from the University of Cambridge. He also holds degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology: a master of engineering degree in computer science and electrical engineering, a bachelor of science degree in brain and cognitive sciences and a bachelor of science degree in computer science and engineering. Dr. Pfautz has published more than sixty peer-reviewed conference and journal publications and five book chapters. He holds five patents.
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