Dr. Ryan Makinson, Operations Research Analysis and Program Manager, DoD Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC)
The Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) is the DoD’s central resource for DoD scientific and technical information, enabling the entire DoD community to build on the accumulated knowledge base produced from the Department’s multi-billion-dollar annual investment in science and technology (S&T). As a DoD Field Activity, DTIC collects, preserves, manages, and enhances the discoverability and retrieval of over 4.7 million Defense S&T documents and research project data. This information includes controlled and classified information that can be accessed by authorized users through DTIC’s Research and Engineering Gateway.
This webinar will cover how to best leverage DTIC’s resources and services to advance microelectronic technologies and research. Going beyond the search and retrieval of technical reports, this briefing will cover DTIC’s additional resources devoted specifically to microelectronic research and investments. Information covered will include how to use DTIC’s tools to gain an overview and summary of current and relevant research, interpret investment data, and find project summaries.
Dr. Ryan Makinson is an Operations Research Analysis and Program Manager at the DoD Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC). Ryan earned his B.S. in neuroscience and behavioral biology from Emory University, and his Ph.D. in neuroimmunology at the University of Cincinnati (UC). In 2018, Ryan served as an AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow where he assisted in the stand up and management of the Journal of DoD Research & Engineering at the DTIC. Currently at the DTIC, Ryan manages the Outreach Program Management Office and performs operational research on DoD scientific and technical information.
Bookings are closed for this event.