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Glenn A. Hodges
Lieutenant Colonel USA, PhD
Deputy Director of the MOVES Institute
Mail Code: 399
Modeling, Virtual Environments, and Simulation Institute
Monterey, CA 93943
Phone: 831-656-7872
Email: gahodges1 (at) nps.edu
EDUCATION:
PhD - Modeling, Virtual Environments, Simulation (MOVES), 2014
Naval Postgraduate School
MS - Modeling, Virtual Environments, Simulation (MOVES), 2004
Naval Postgraduate School
BS - Business Administration (Finance), 1993
Old Dominion University
NPS EXPERIENCE:
  • 2X student (MS/PhD); Currently assigned as the Deputy Director of the MOVES Institute
OTHER EXPERIENCE:
  • 25 years active duty Army officer of both Armor and Simulation Operations
TEACHING INTERESTS:
  • Individual and Collective Training with Simulations; Human Systems Integration; Human Factors in Simulation; Philosophy of Modeling and Simulation in Science
RESEARCH INTERESTS:
  • Philosophy of Models & Simulations in Science; Human Behavior Representation in Simulation; Human Skill Acquisition & Performance; Human Competence; Synthetic Prototyping
BOARDS/MEMBERSHIPS:
  • Inter-service/Industry Training, Simulation and Education (IITSEC) Conference Human Performance and Engineering Subcommittee Member 2014-2016, 2017-2018
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:
  • Articles
  • Papers
    • Perry, W., Sterrett, J., Hodges, G., (2016) Understanding Concept to Capability Development through Game Play. In InterService/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference Proceedings. Orlando: National Training and Simulation Association.
    • Hodges, G. (2016). Using an Analytical Approach to Understand Integrated Training Environment Utility. In MODSIM 2016 Conference Proceedings. Orlando: National Training and Simulation Association.
    • Hodges, G. (2015). Innovatively Applying Skill Acquisition Theory to the Army Learning Model. In InterService/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference. Orlando: National Training and Simulation Association.
    • Hodges, G. (2014). A Novel Approach to Determine Integrated Training Environment Effectiveness. In InterService/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference. Orlando: National Training and Simulation Association.
    • Hodges, G., Darken, R., & McCauley, M. (2014). An Analytical Method for Assessing the Effectiveness of Human in the Loop Simulation Environments : A work in progress. In Proceedings of the 2014 Spring Simulation Multi-conference. Tampa: The Society for Modeling and Simulation International.
    • Hodges, G. (2012). Investigating the Extent that Religion is considered: A Survey of Various SSTR Modeling tool?s Literature. In Proceedings of the 2012 Spring Simulation Multi-conference. Tampa: The Society for Modeling and Simulation International.
  • Book Chapters
    • Napier, S., Best, C., Patton, D., Hodges, G., (2016). Using an Augmented Training Event to Collect Data for Future Modeling Purposes. In D. Schmorrow & C. Fidopiastis (Eds.), Foundations of Augmented Cognition: Neuroergonomics and Operational Neuroscience (pp. 421-430). Switzerland: Springer.
  • Theses
    • Hodges, G. (2004). Designing a Common Interchange Format for Unit Data Using the Command and Control Information Exchange Data Model (C2IEDM) and XSLT. Naval Postgraduate School.
    • Hodges, G. (2014). Identifying the Limits of an Integrated Training Environment Using Human Abilities and Affordance Theory. Naval Postgraduate School
KEYWORDS/TECHNOLOGIES:
  • Keywords: Modeling, Simulation, Human System Integration, Skill Acquisition, Training, Human Behavior
  • DOD Key Technologies:
    • 3 - Battlespace Environments
    • 7 - Command, Control and Communications
    • 8 - Computing and Software
    • 13 - Human Systems Interface
    • 14 - Manpower, Personnel and Training
    • 19 - Modeling and Simulation



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