Dr. Kennedy has been a Research Assistant Professor at George Mason University since the fall of 2008. Previous to that, he completed full careers in the Navy (30 years in submarines and the Naval Reserves), in the federal civil service (Nuclear Regulatory Commission, 10 yrs), and the Department of Energy (15 yrs). He earned his Ph.D. in Information Technology (Artificial Intelligence) in 2003 and retired from federal civil service in 2005. He then did a 3-year post-doc at the Naval Research Laboratory in cognitive robotics, which focused his research interests on Cognitive Science. His current research is in modeling individuals’ cognitive processes and human behavior in agent-based models of societies. He also teaches for the Department of Computational Social Science and the Department of Psychology at GMU. You can visit his Web site here.
Center for Social Complexity, Research 371
Krasnow Institute for Advanced Study, Room 118
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