Tommer Ender is a Senior Research Engineer at the Electronic Systems Laboratory of the Georgia Tech Research Institute, and serves as Chief of the Systems Technology & Analysis Division. His primary area of research includes development of systems engineering tools and methods as applied to complex systems-of-systems, concerned with supporting decision making through a holistic treatment of various problems. His research focuses on the application of advanced design methods, uncertainty analysis, and multidisciplinary design optimization to defense related, hybrid energy, and other complex systems. Dr. Ender is an instructor and course developer for Georgia Tech’s Professional Master’s in Applied Systems Engineering, and an active member of IEEE, INCOSE, and NDIA. He earned a B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
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