Principal Cognitive Scientist Air Force Research Laboratory
Kevin Gluck is a Principal Cognitive Scientist with the Air Force Research Laboratory. He began his career with the Air Force in 1993, first as a summer intern and then as a contractor research assistant at Lackland Air Force Base, supporting intelligent tutoring systems research. He became a government civilian scientist in 1996 when he was awarded a PALACE Knight Graduate Training Fellowship while pursuing his PhD in Cognitive Psychology at Carnegie Mellon University. Upon completion of that degree, Kevin started with AFRL at the Mesa Research Site in Arizona, eventually relocating to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. In portions of 2010 and 2011, he held a "Gastwissenschaftler" (Visiting Scientist) position at the Max Planck Institute for HumanDevelopment in Berlin, Germany. In 2011 he was honored to receive the Governing Board Award for Distinguished Service to the Cognitive Science Society. In 2014 he was elected to the Cognitive Science Society Governing Board, where he is now serving on the Executive Committee. Kevin has authored or co-authored more than 80 peer-reviewed publications, is co-inventor on two U.S. patents, and has played a lead role in the organization and management of 13 international conferences and workshops. He is the Airman Systems Directorate’s Core Research Area Lead for Personalized Learning and Readiness Sciences. Kevin’s enduring research interests and activities focus on computational and mathematical models of cognitive processes to explain and improve human performance.
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