Clayton J. "CJ" Hutto is a Senior Research Scientist in the Human Systems Engineering group at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI). Hutto has two undergraduate degrees: one in engineering and one in human factors psychology. His Master’s degree is in Human Computer Interaction, and his doctoral work is in Human Centered Computing. Hutto's current fields of interest travel along two dimensions: the first is related to applications of Human Systems Integration (HSI) analysis, design, development, test and evaluation to complex systems by integrating technical work across HSI domains (e.g., human performance modeling/simulation, human factors engineering, manpower, personnel and training); the second is related to applications of human behavioral modeling and computational social science: blending natural language processing (NLP), machine learning (ML), and foundational social science theory to analyze human social, cognitive, and cultural behavior via socio-technical systems (e.g., social-cognitive networks, online/mobile communities).