| BRADLEY C. SCHRICKER
Florida State University
Bachelor of Science, Computer Science with minor in Math, May 1998
Selected Upper-Division Courses:
COT4210: Theory of Computation
COP4613: Real-Time Systems
CEN4681: Expert Systems
University of Central Florida
Associate of Arts, May 1995
Programming Languages: C, C++, Ada95, Java, Pascal, MIPS Assembly, G2
Operating Systems: Microsoft Windows (3.x, 95, NT), MS -DOS, UNIX, X-Windows
Software: WordPerfect, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Developer Studio, Department of Defense (DoD) High Level Architecture (HLA) Run-Time Infrastructure (RTI), Modular Semi-Automated Forces (ModSAF), Warfighters Simulation (WARSIM)
Institute for Simulation and Training (June 1998 - present)
Behavioral Continuity of Simulation Systems (January 2000 - present)
- Researching definitions of and implementing techniques for objectively measuring simulation fidelity.
Scaleable Combat Service Support (October 2000 - December 2000)
- Modified ModSAF to have dynamic aggregation and disaggregation capabilities.
Combat Trauma Patient Simulator (CTPS) Phase III (August 1999 - December 1999)
- Designed, tested, and implemented advanced features and simulation systems for HLA medical simulation federation using MS Visual C++, MS Windows NT 4.0, and the DoD HLA RTI. Additionally, helped to achieve HLA certification for CTPS federation.
High Level Architecture (HLA) Gateway (June 1999 - August 1999)
- Designing and implementing architecture to utilize two Gateway systems for the purpose of increasing throughput for system which translates Distributed Interactive Simulation (DIS) protocol data units (pdu) into HLA object classes and vice versa.
Combat Trauma Patient Simulator Phase II (June 1998 - May 1999)
- Designed, tested, and implemented object-based designs for ongoing, multi-phased medical simulation project using MS Visual C++, MS Windows NT 4.0, and DoD HLA RTI.
- March 2000, "Multiple Casualty Sources in the Combat Trauma Patient Simulation (CTPS)" by P. Windyga, J. P. Kinkaid, B. Schricker, K. Anna, T. Johnson, and M. Petty.
- March 2000, "A Survey of the Theory and Practice of Simulation Interoperability" by R. Franceschini, T. Clarke, B. Goldiez, A. Griffin, A. Huthmann, G. Schiavone, and B. Schricker.
AWARDS AND ASSOCIATIONS
- Department of the Navy Distributed Simulation Course (1999)
- Association for Computing Machinery (1997)
- Florida State University Marching Chiefs (1995 - 1998)