Dr. Todd J. Schneider is an accomplished, innovative, and problem-solving Engineering Professional with extensive experience in architecture, full life-cycle systems development, semantic technologies and their applications, domain/process modeling, net-centric operations, and both command and control, as well as communications systems. He has published numerous white papers, proposals, and trade studies related to his areas of expertise.
A recognized expert on interoperability, his core strengths include TOGAF, DoDAF, MoDAF, UML, Ontology Analysis & Development, RDF/RDFS, OWL, SPARQL, Modeling, NCOIC Scope Practitioner, Requirement Analysis & Development, and OO Analysis & design.
EDUCATION Ph.D., Mathematics (Logic), The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA M.S., Mathematics, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC B.S., Physics, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY
RELEVANT COURSEWORK/TRAINING/CERTIFICATIONS MPLS VPN and VPLS Training – Juniper Networks Architecting Methods – Raytheon TOGAF - The Open Group Architecture Framework Sparx Modeling- Beginner Sparx Modeling- Intermediate Sparx Modeling- Expert Certified SCOPE Practitioner – Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium Ontological Analysis – IAOA Principles of Systems Engineering – Raytheon Certified Six Sigma Specialist – Raytheon DOORS Training - Raytheon Master the Requirements Process (James Robertson) - ScoreBoard, Inc. Implementing Technical Reviews - ScoreBoard, Inc. Object Oriented Analysis and Design, Object Oriented Programming - LCC International Courses on RF-propagation, Cellular Systems & Engineering - LCC International
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS NDIA – (NCOIC) NCAT Tutorial (2010) Raytheon – The Future of Engineering; Net-Centricity & SCOPE; Interoperability and Ontologies International Semantic Web Conference 2009 - The Open Ontology Repository Initiative: Requirements and Research Challenges SemTech – Semantics for Net-Centric Operations (2008)