Mr. Bray is a Staff Researcher at Kitware. He joined Kitware in 2017 to conduct research in software architectures for modeling and simulation and apply these solutions to a wide variety of problems. Since joining Kitware, he has worked to launch Pulse Physiology Engine, a fork of the TATRC-funded computational physiology engine. It has been incorporated in commercial and government-funded products and programs.
At Kitware, Mr. Bray also works with the computer vision team to provide support for both software development and modeling and simulation needs. As an example, he has worked to develop a traffic simulation framework that can generate both normal and anomalous traffic track data.
Throughout his career, he has been the lead software developer for multiple projects funded by the Department of Defense related to modeling and simulation, spanning a variety of domains including: computational physiology, traffic patterns, weapon effects, and radar and missile defense systems.
Wednesday Oct. 14, 2020, 4:45 p.m.–Oct. 14, 2020, 5 p.m. in Jupyter in Scientific Research