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The Rise of Games and High-Performance Computing for Modeling and Simulation Appendix B Meetings and Speakers MEETING 1 DECEMBER 3-4, 2008 THE KECK CENTER OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES WASHINGTON, D.C. DWO-4 Technology Forecasting Steven Thompson, Chief, Technology Warning Division Defense Intelligence Agency Gaming Influences Culture Mia Consalvo, Associate Professor, School of Telecommunications Ohio University Gaming: Past, Present, and Future Gilman Louie, Partner Alsop Louie Partners Defense Modeling, Simulation, and Analysis: Meeting the Challenge Neal Glassman, Senior Program Officer Board on Mathematical Sciences and Their Applications The National Academies
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The Rise of Games and High-Performance Computing for Modeling and Simulation MEETING 2 JANUARY 12-13, 2009 THE BECKMAN CENTER OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES IRVINE, CA IBM Architecture Laura Anderson, Program Director, Service Engineering IBM Almaden Research Center Serious Games Initiative Ben Sawyer, President Digitalmill, Inc. Future of Modeling and Simulation Drew Hamilton, President Society for Modeling and Simulation International Modeling and Simulation Capabilities Thom Dunning, Director, Institute for Advanced Computing Applications and Technologies University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Trends Towards Convergence: Simulation, Games, Command and Control, Analysis, and the Historical Record Jack Thorpe, Consultant Learning Social Behavior and Language from Thousands Jeff Orkin, Ph.D. Student Massachusetts Institute of Technology Games: The Virtual Frontier Roger Smith, Chief Technical Officer, Program Executive Office for Simulation Training and Instrumentation United States Army Electronic Arts and the Birth of the Gaming Industry: A Conversation Bing Gordon, Partner Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers Seriosity Games: A Conversation Leighton Read, General Partner Alloy Ventures, Inc.
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The Rise of Games and High-Performance Computing for Modeling and Simulation MEETING 3 FEBRUARY 26-27, 2009 THE KECK CENTER OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES WASHINGTON, D.C. Future Capabilities Game 07 Results Mort Rolleston, Onsite Strategic Planner for the U.S. Air Force AF/A8XC at SAIC United States Air Force Wargaming and the Future Peter Perla, Director, Wargaming Strategic Linkage Center for Naval Analyses AI and Intelligent Tutoring Brian Magerko, Assistant Professor Georgia Institute of Technology Gaming and Culture: Impact of the Internet Timothy Mack, President World Future Society MMO’s Presentation Constance Steinkuehler, Associate Professor University of Wisconsin, Madison Social Networking Cliff Lampe, Assistant Professor Michigan State University VC Presentation Tim Chang, Principal Norwest Ventures Modeling and Simulation Vision Russell Shilling, Scientific Advisor, Defense Center for Excellence United States Navy Policy Implications of Games: A Conversation Dennis McBride, President Potomac Institute for Policy Studies 3D Modeling, Simulation, Gaming, and Virtual World Technologies Charlie Hargraves, 3D Immersive Virtual Environment Program Manager Lockheed Martin
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The Rise of Games and High-Performance Computing for Modeling and Simulation MEETING 4 APRIL 6-7, 2009 THE JONSSON CENTER OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES WOODS HOLE, MA Writing Meeting