Michael R. Resig
With a background in Geospatial Intelligence, data analytics, and archaeology, Mr. Resig contributes a unique approach to spatial problems using interdisciplinary approaches and innovative integration of techniques and methods. He has a TS SCI clearance and is a Geographic Information Systems Certified Professional (GISP, www.gisci.org) and Certified in Geoinformatics and Geospatial Intelligence (usgif.org).
His technical strengths include geographic information systems, remote sensing, spatial analysis and statistics, geoinformatics, data analysis, simulation, mathematical optimization, stochastic modeling, decision analysis, cost-benefit analysis, systems engineering, survey methods, and UAV technologies. He has brought these strengths to bear in application domains such as urban tactical planning, energy modeling, national resource allocation, fire and emergency services, counter-IED, operational logistics, research and development investment, and defense systems acquisition. Clients include National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, Army Geospatial Center, Office of Naval Research, Commander Naval Installation Command, Headquarters Marine Corps, and Department of Homeland Security. Analytical software employed includes ArcGIS, QGIS, AutoCad, ENVI, ExtendSim, R, Python, Netica, Gurobi, CPLEX, Matlab, GeoNetica, MS Access & Excel with VBA.
Ph.D. Candidate Earth Systems and Geoinformation Sciences, George Mason University
M.S. Geoinformatics and Geospatial Intelligence (with Distinction), George Mason University, 2016
B.A. Archaeology with GIS concentration, Wheaton College IL, 2009
Selected Publications and Presentations
Center for Location Science ALOFT Final Report. Draft in pre-publication. Contributing author.
Multi-Objective Formulation for Enterprise-Level Autonomous Logistics. Article publication process with MORS. Contributing author.
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Logistics Modeling and Performance: A Demonstration of Integrative Data Science. Article accepted for revision CAGIS Journal. Contributing author.
A GIS Model for Planning and Evaluating the Integration of Unmanned Aerial Systems into Logistic Transportation Networks with Remote Pilot Control Stations. North American Regional Science Conference, Vancouver Nov 2017. Conference Presenter and Discussant.
Stager, Schloen, and Master. Ashkelon I – the Leon Levy Expedition to Ashkelon. Vol 1. 2008. Contributing cartographer and drafter.