Mark Greaves    (C4Y)

Dr. Mark Greaves is currently Technical Director for Analytics in the National Security Directorate of the US's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. At PNNL, Mark provides scientific, programmatic, and business development leadership, focused on advancing and growing PNNL's capability in information analytics. He works with cutting-edge PNNL scientific teams from AI, analytics, machine learning, semantic and web computing, information visualization, and human-centered software systems to develop systems that dramatically accelerate the pace of discovery in data-intensive scientific and government applications.    (3V5D)

Previously, he was Director, Knowledge Systems at Vulcan, Inc. Vulcan is the asset management organization for Paul Allen (co-founder of Microsoft, At Vulcan, he oversaw advanced research in large knowledge bases, electronic textbooks, web-scale symbolic data, and collaboration technologies, including Project Halo (    (H5V)

Previously to Vulcan, Mark was Program Manager in DARPA's Information Exploitation Office (IXO) for the DAML, UltraLog, and Advanced Logistics Projects. At DARPA, he has sponsored research on logistics and supply chain control technologies, formal ontology specification, semantic web technology, and the application of software agent technology to problems of distributed control of complex systems-of-systems. Prior to coming to DARPA, he led advanced programs in software agent technology at the Mathematics and Computing Technology group of Boeing's Phantom Works division. His main research interests are in mathematical logic, semantic web, and software agent technology, about which he has published two books and several papers.    (C4Z)

Mark holds a Ph.D. from Stanford University, and can be reached at <>.    (C50)

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