Mr. Jeffrey Levin
- BS Civil Engineering Structures, Pennsylvania State University
- MBA Operations Management, University of Maryland University College
- MS Management Organizational Development & Change, University of Maryland University College
Principal Professional Staff, JHU Applied Physics Laboratory
PublicationsLevin, J.S., Brodfuehrer, S.P., and Kroshl, W.M. (2014). “Detecting Antifragile Decisions and Models: Lessons from a Conceptual Analysis Model of Service Life Extension of Aging Vehicles,” Systems Conference (SysCon), 2014 8th Annual IEEE, 31 March–4 April 2014, Ottawa, ON, Canada, pp. 285-292 (Print ISBN: 978-1-4799-2087-7).
Levin, J.S., Finlayson, R.K. (31 July 2012). “Military Utility of the Net-Enabled Surveillance & Strike (NESS) Concept,” Presentation to the 2012 National Fire Control Symposium (NFCS), Session 4: Advanced Technologies, Las Vegas, NV.
Levin, J.S. (27 June 2011). “Importance of Organizational Process Towards Reducing Computational Complexity,” Presentation to the 8th International Conference on Complex Systems (ICCS), Boston, MA.
Levin, J.S. (June 2010). “Scientific Framework for Making Capability-Based Decisions,” Presentation to the 78th Military Operations Research Society Symposium (MORSS), Marine Corps Base, Quantico, VA.
Levin, J.S. (October 2006). “The Trick Bag of Intersystem Coupling,” Presentation to the 9th Annual Systems Engineering Conference, San Diego, CA.
Levin, J.S. (May 2005). “Potential Transformational Effects of Track Fusion: Application to Long-Range Anti-Surface Warfare (ASuW),” Military Sensing Symposium (MSS) 2005 National Symposium on Sensor & Data Fusion, Monterey, CA.
Levin, J.S. (June 2005). “Dynamic Effects of Target Location Area of Uncertainty (AoU) on Attacking Long-Range Moving Targets,” Presentation to the 73rd Military Operations Research Society Symposium (MORSS), West Point, NY.
Honors and Awards
- Strike/Flight Air Medals (1993)
IEEE Systems Council
New England Complex Systems Institute (NECSI)