Dr. Rob Seater is a member of the technical staff at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. He serves as program lead and technical contributor on military, homeland, and humanitarian projects. His methodological experience lies in agent-based modeling, serious games, requirements analysis, system engineering, and human-machine teaming. He applies those methods to a wide range of application domains, including contested logistics, chem-bio defense, disaster response management, smuggler interdiction, air traffic control, hypersonic missile defense, distributed command & control, education & training, and public health. He received a BS from Haverford College in mathematics and computer science in 2002. He received a PhD from MIT in computer science and requirements engineering in 2009. Outside of work, he enjoys tabletop boardgame design, Daleks, Lego creations, cats, and raising his children to be geeks.
Courses taught by Rob Seater
Welcome to Serious Games with Artificial Intelligence (SGAI) at the Beaver Works Summer Institute (BWSI). In this course, you will learn to use game-like models and artificial intelligence to tackle complex socio-technical problems. You will address practical problems technically, analytically, . . .