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Knoxville, TN
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October 29, 2022

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Andrew S. Loebl, Ph.D.

ads8uo@r.postjobfree.com • 865-***-****

Knoxville, TN

Results-oriented leader with expertise in all facets of data science including technical design, project strategies, and communications with the ability to drive performance through exceptional team leadership. Adept in identifying inefficiencies, providing strategic recommendations for improvement.

Success driven, visionary Epidemiologist and Statistician with strong experience directing global government projects, programs, health and welfare studies. Expert in strategic and tactical planning, database management and project execution with the ability to integrate policy and government practices in achieving organizational objectives. Possessed DOE-Q and higher Clearances. Responsible for developing hundreds of presentations to national and technical state and Federal organizations in addition to securing multiple, diverse peer-reviewed publications in professional and disciplinary journals. Language proficiency in English (and spoken German). Notable success receiving multiple career promotions with increasing levels of responsibility in personnel development and management as a group leader and extending to the level of Division Manager and Program Director.

Areas of Expertise

·Large Database Management

·Program Execution

·Policy Design/Deployment

·Scientific Research/Development

·Federal Consultancy

·Personnel Management

·Program Development

·Education

·Strategic & Tactical Planning

·Command/Control Systems

·Population Studies

·Health and Welfare studies

Accomplishments

·Effectively modernized strategic and tactical military systems for both United States Army, Air Force, Navy, and Marine Corps programs. Initiated executive service under NATO and the Joint Chiefs of Staff, directing key projects across multiple divisions.

·Employed the use of micro-processors for all agencies within the Federal Government, securing assignments including Reverse Engineering, the development of the Sea Wolf class submarine, modernizing Army and Marine Corps logistical systems and leadership in designing the Amphibious Assault Vehicle (AAV), and the Advanced AAV.

·Tasked with the position of Division Director, supervising up to 150 team members within the division.

·Expertise directing programs entailing 2000 full time equivalent subcontracts, attaining up to $200M per year for government project execution, and retaining a 3 year backlog in project development, spanning a 15-year effort.

Career Experience

Global Research Participant, Knoxville, TN 2016 – Present

Independent and Collaborative Researcher in Extended Electrodynamics with Lee Hively

Coordinate global research in the field of EED with hundreds of researchers, developing detailed publications supporting activities within the field.

Gradient Dynamics, LLC, Knoxville, TN 2014 – 2016

Senior R&D Staff/Program Manager/Executive Director of Operations, Extended Electrodynamics

Theory and Research

Executed research and development focused on theoretical, computational, and experimental assessments helped identifying and correcting the errors within Maxwell’s equations defining electromagnetic theory. Managed effective communications with project leader Lee M. Hively, Ph.D. and investors in developing papers published in refereed international journals and helping obtain one US patent.

·Assisted the PI in crafting to prove a radical theory altering one of the most extensively employed theories within Physics, first postulated in 1850, demonstrating that the physics of electro-magnetic waves in cosmology, TV broadcasting, and radio broadcasting should be revised.

·Played a key role in managing all aspects of program dynamics, instituting process improvements utilizing theoretical and computational initiatives across diverse experimental workspaces.

·Helped secure a new patent granted to Gradient Dynamics, LLC through the United States Patent Office leading to the successful publication of all theoretical, computational, and experimental work documenting the discovery in a peer-reviewed international journal.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN 2011 – 2014

Consultant/Advisor

Orchestrated key advisory skills in consulting on a variety of projects, engaging with team leaders in defining operational strategies and supporting command and control systems and software engineering aligned with military combat systems.

·Established the design and deployment of the Army Objective Force Concept resulting in developmental activities managing drivers for performance objectives.

·Facilitated the creation of new roadmaps across complex organizational structures, promoting technology aligned with institutional policies.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN 1973 – 2011

Various Roles through Lead to Program Leader

Directed program operations focusing on aligning data and model validation of the Department of Energy and the Department of Defense, integrating safety systems analysis through computer-centered simulations.

Successfully expanded the integration of computer-based reliability centered maintenance directives for logistical systems within the Military Transportation Commands.

Effectively modernized the global U.S. Military Command and Control System throughout both Army and Air Force programs.

Collaborated with cross-functional teams during the design and launch of the Navy’s Sea Wolf Submarine, Amphibious Assault Vehicle (AAV), the Advanced AAV, and a microprocessor-based system decompartmentalization of military command, control, communications and intelligence systems.

Achieved R&D goals encompassing environmental management initiatives and epidemiology of low level radiation exposure including assessments of site population factors and population distribution around nuclear power reactors, and Department of Energy transportation energy conservation and local level environmental remediation.

Delivered vital support to over 125 Federal inter-agency agreements and 200 program objectives, annually, applying decision making, networking, and strategic plans for all operations.

Facilitated the successful cultivation and stewardship of project sponsors and subcontractors.

Supervised high performance teams supporting federal agencies within the Federal executive branch providing leadership during safety-critical digital systems engineering, software architecture, and model-driven software development.

Granted Top Secret Clearances from various Federal Government agencies under the Executive branch including the DoD, CIA, FBI, NRC, Education, Health and Welfare, Transportation, and the U.S. Treasury.

Successfully managed teams across diverse programs, directing 100 subcontracts with 2,000 subcontractor FTE personnel and up to 175 embedded line FTE personnel each year.

Education

Ph.D. Sociology, Emphasis in Statistics and Demography

University of Missouri, Columbia, MO

Master of Science, Emphasis in Demography and Human Ecology

University of Missouri, Columbia, MO

Master of Science, Information Technology

Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL

Bachelor of Arts Liberal Arts, Secondary Education in American History

University of Missouri, Columbia, MO

Lifetime Teaching Certificate, University of Missouri, College of Education

Publications

1.“A Method of Delineation of Homogeneous Social-Ecological Areas”, August 1974, Annual Rural

Sociological Society Meeting, New Orleans, LA

2.A Method of Delineation of Homogeneous Social-Ecological Areas, November 1974, ORNL/TM-2009/271

(ORNL-UR-118), Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN

3.Regional and Urban Studies Socio-Economic Data Bases at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, August 1975, ORNL/TM-2009/283 (ORNL/TM-5182), Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN

4.Regional and Urban Studies Socio-Economic Data Bases at Holifield National Laboratory, August 1975,

ORNL/TM-2009/282 (ORNL-RUS-11), Holifield National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN

5.Committee Report; Energy Research and Development Inter-laboratory Working Group for Data Exchange, September 1976, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, LBL-5329 Berkeley, CA

6.Regional Information Group; Energy, Environmental and Socioeconomic Data Bases and Associated

7.Software at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, ORNL/TM-2009/279 (ORNL/TM-5600, October 1976, Oak

Ridge Na5onal Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN

8.Transportation Energy Conservation Data Book: Edison 1, October 1976, ORNL/TM-2009/277

(ORNL-5198), Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN, U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy

Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Washington, D.C., (with D. B. Shonka)

9.Spatial Data on Energy, Environmental and Socioeconomic Themes at Oak Ridge National Laboratory,

ORNL/TM-2009/280 (ORNL/TM-5746, February 1977, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN

10.Transportation Energy Conservation Data Book: Edition 1.5, April 1977, ORNL/TM-2009/278

(CONS-7405-1), Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN, Assistant Administrator for Conservation,

Energy Research and Development Administration, Washington, D.C., (with D. B. Shonka)

11.Transportation Energy Conservation Data Book: Supplement III, May 1977, ORNL/TM-2009/275

(ORNL-5248), Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN, U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy

Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Washington, D.C., (with D. B. Shonka)

12.Workshop on Dosimetry for Radon and Radon Daughters, Proceedings; May 1977, ORNL-5348, Oak

Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, (with J.E.Turner)

13.Bibliography on the Dosimetry of Radon and Radon Daughters, ORNL/TM-2009/281 (ORNL-5284), June

1977, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN

14.“Data Needs in Transportation Energy Conservation Research”, August 1977, Fourth National Conference,

Effects of Energy Constraints on Transportation Systems, Proceedings of the Fourth National Conference,

Schenectady, NY

15.Transportation Energy Conservation Data Book: Supplement IV, August 1977, ORNL/TM-2009/273

(ORNL-5249), Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN, (with D.B. Shonka)

16.Transportation Energy Conservation Data Book: Edition 2, September 1977, ORNL/TM-2009/274

(ORNL-5230), Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN, U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy

Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Washington, D.C., (with D. B. Shonka)

17.“The Role of the Health Physicist in the Development of Safe Energy Sources”, Health Physics, volume 4,

February 1978

18.Transportation Energy Conservation Data Book, Edition 3, ORNL/TM-2009/269 (ORNL/TM-5493),

February 1978, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN

19.Buildings Energy Facts and Trends, February 1978, ORNL/TM-2009-270 (ORNL/TM-5363), Oak Ridge

National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN (with G. E. Liepins)

20.“Users’ Needs and Requirements Related to Cataloging and Information Services for Machine-Readable

Numeric Data Files”, March 1978, Proceedings of the Conference on Cataloging and Information Services

for Machine-Readable Data Files, National Science Foundation, Washington D.C.

21.“Site Demography: Definition and Criteria of a Population Center”, December 1978, Nuclear Regulatory

Commission Working Paper, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, (with D.L. Greene)

Vehicle-Miles of Travel Statistics, Lifetime Vehicle-Miles of Travel and Current State Methods of

Estimating Vehicle-Miles of Travel, February 1979, ORNL/TM-2009/268 (ORNL/TM-6327), Oak Ridge

National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN

22.Validation of the Monthly Power Plant Reporting System, ORNL/TN-2009/267 (DOE/EIA-0254), U.S.

Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration, October 1980, Washington, D.C., Project Execution

1981-1990

23.An Approach to Evaluating Energy Economic Models, ORNL/TM-2009/266, (ORNL-5742), March 1981,

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN

24.Keynote Address; International Symposium on Methodologies for Intelligent Systems, October 1987,

Charlotte, NC

25.Keynote Address: “Doing More with Less”, Expert Systems and Advanced Data Technology in the ADP

Environment, November 1987, Washington, D.C.

26.“Experience with ARPANET and Planet”, Conference on Information Superhighways, January 1990,

Nashville, TN

27.“Prototyping: A Critical Technique”, Systems Development Journal, July 1990

28.“Data Quality Assurance”, National Institute of Standards and Technology for the Federal Security

Program Managers, July 1990, Gaithersburg, MD

29.Accuracy and Relevance and the Quality of Data, in Data Quality Control, (by V. R. Uppulurri), September

1990, Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, New York, USA

30.An Organizational/Historical Perspective of a Decade of Data Validation Rand at the Oak Ridge

Reservation, in Data Quality Control, (by V.R. Uppuluri, September 1990, Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York,

New York, USA

31.“Closing Keynote Address”, 5th Annual Conference on Methodologies for Intelligent Systems, October,

1990, Knoxville, TN; 1991-Present

32.Strategic Plan for the Data Systems Research and Development Program, September 1991, Oak Ridge

National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN

33.K-25 Site Corrective Action Plans in Response to the Department of Energy’s March 1992 Tiger Team

Assessment Report, December 1992, Nuclear Enrichment Plant, U.S. Department of Energy, Oak Ridge,

TN

34.Documenting the K-25 Site Tiger Team Response Report, September 1993, Nuclear Enrichment Plant,

U.S. Department of Energy, Oak Ridge, TN

35.“Commonality Faults In Super-scaled Systems: An example using the simulation domain and network-

centric operations”, July 2005, International Federation of Operations Research Societies Triennial,

Honolulu, Hawaii

36.“A Meaning of Integration”, May 2007, Workshop on Developing a Design/Simulation Framework, CPDA

LLC, Atlanta GA

37.Safety and Non-safety Communications and Interactions in International Nuclear Power Plants, ORNL/

TM-2007-096 (ORNL/NRC/LTR-07/05), August 2007, Oak Ridge, TN, (with R.A. Kisner)

38.“Failure Mechanisms of Digital I&C and Implications in Nuclear Power Plants”, International Conference

on Nuclear Engineering (ICONE 16), May 2008, Orlando FL, (with K. Kofi)

39.Technical Review Guidance and Acceptance for Digital Communications in Highly Integrated Control

Rooms, ORNL/TM-2008/177, October 2008, Oak Ridge, TN, (with R.A. Kisner)

40.Technical Evaluation Report on the General Electric-Hitachi (GE-H) ESBWR Software Development Plans,

ORNL/TN-2008/177, October 2008, Oak Ridge, TN, (with M.D. Mulheim)

41.Instrumentation and Controls in Nuclear Power Plants: An Emerging Technologies Update, ORNL/

TM-2008/184, (NUREG/CR-6992), October 2009, Oak Ridge TN, (with K. Kofi)

42.“Emerging Technologies in Instrumentation and Controls and Their Potential Regulatory Implications for

Nuclear Power Plants”, April 2009, Nuclear Power Plant Instrumentation and Controls and Man Machine

Interface Technologies (NPIC & HMIT 2009), Knoxville, TN, (with K. Kofi)

43.Diversity Strategies for Nuclear Power Plant Instrumentation and Control Systems, February 2010, ORNL/

TM-2009/302 (NUREG/CR-7007), Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN, and U.S. Nuclear

Regulatory Commission, Washington D.C. (with R.T. Wood)

44.“Gaming Approach Towards Healthcare Prevention of Fraud, Waste and Abuse”, Invited Seminar,

September 2010, University of Louisville, Louisville KY

45.“Digital Systems Safety and Reliability”, November 2010, Internal Presentation, Computational Sciences

and Engineering Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN

46.“Enterprise Grade Architecture”, Requested, White Paper Map, Terms and Concepts of Enterprise Data

Management, November 2010, Electronic Transmission to various companies in the U.S., Australia,

Europe

47.“Scalable Connections for Diverse Information Stores: Knowledge Efficiencies for Streamlining National

Health Informatics”, September 2011, ORNL internal presentation paper, (lead by M. Shankar)

48.“A 21st Century Knowledge Discovery Infrastructure Model”, March 2012, invited presentation to

Computational Sciences and Engineering Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN

49.“Complications to Validation of Public Healthcare Cost in the U.S. Today”, May 2012, ASME 2012

Verification and Validation Symposium, Proceedings, Las Vegas NV, (with K. Walker)

50.Systems Life Cycle and Its Relationship with the Triple Helix, Chapter 5 in Measuring Scholarly Impact -

Methods and Practice, Springer International Publishing • Nov 14, 2014, Authors: Robert Abercrombie,

51.Gradient Dynamics and Lee M. Hively United States Patent, US 9,306,527 B1, Lee M. Hively PhD., April 5, 2015

52.“Classical and extended electrodynamics”, Lee M. Hively, and Andrew S. Loebl, PHYSICS ESSAYS

32, 1 (2019) (Received 21 November 2018; accepted 8 February 2019; published online 25 February 2019.

Affiliations

Member, Honor Society, Washington, D.C. (www.honorsociety.org) 2011

Missouri Sociological Society, 1970-1985

Census Bureau Summary Tape Processing Center Director, 1968-1973

Missouri State Demographer, 1969-1973

American Epidemiology Society, 1966-1980

American Sociological Association, 1967-1976

Rural Sociological Society, 1967-1973

State of Missouri Computer Systems Analyst, 1966-1973

Instructor and Course Development, University of Missouri, Distance Learning Program, Department of Education, 1966-1970

Graduate School of Planning, University of Tennessee, Adjunct Professor, 1984-1989

Tutor, Physical Education Department, University of Missouri, 1967-1971

University of Missouri Marching Band, (French Horn), 1964- 1969

American Youth Soccer Organization, Coach and Referee, 1978-1985



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