Dr. John A. Stine

Dr. John A. Stine

Head of Operations Research, MITRE

John is the Head of MITRE’s Operations Research (OR) Department. Prior to joining MITRE, John served 20 years as an engineer and as an OR analyst in the U.S. Army. He served in all company level leadership positions and in battalion, brigade, and division staff positions. He taught electrical engineering at the United States Military Academy. He was the coordinating analyst in the Army’s first tactical networking experiments. In his nearly twenty years at MITRE, he has led internally funded research in mobile ad hoc networking, consulted with the DoD on spectrum management issues authoring “Spectrum Management 101,” consulted with Army analysis agencies on modeling and analysis of tactical networks specializing in operational effectiveness, designed the link layer and networking portions of the Future Narrowband Waveform (FNB), led research in building position, navigation, and timing directly into communication waveforms, consulted on how to build electromagnetic battle management (EMBM) systems, and was the principle investigator of MITRE’s internal research in developing EMBM tools. He is the inventor of model-based spectrum management and spectrum consumption modeling and the editor of the recently published IEEE 1900.5.2 Standard Method for Modeling Spectrum Consumption. John has authored over 30 peer reviewed papers and has patents in wireless networking and spectrum management.

John earned his B.S. degree in General Engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point and his M.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering and in Manufacturing Systems Engineering and his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.

Speaking: October 29 - Managing the Electromagnetic Battle