Chris Stevens is a research scientist at Georgia Tech Research Institute with more than 25 years’ experience in software design, simulation, security, and game technology. In addition to his core expertise in software development, Stevens is an avid gamer and game designer, who has spent more than 30 years playing and developing computer games, board games, and role-playing games.
Over the course of his career, Stevens has worked with Fortune 100 companies, such as IBM, HP, Turner Broadcasting, and, of course, Georgia Tech Research Institute. He has helped them develop notable products, including Turner Broadcasting GameTap, IBM Virus Prevention System, and HP WebInspect. Additionally, he has served as designer, architect, and team lead for several independent games.
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