- Senior Research Scientist
I have a long history of designing and building synthetic information systems and large distributed agent based modeling systems for studying regional and national scale socio-technical systems. At Los Alamos National Laboratory I played a key role in the Transportation Analysis and Simulation System (TRANSIMS), an individual, activity based transportation modeling framework, and the Urban Infrastructure Suite (UIS) of simulations for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) as a part of the National Infrastructure Simulation and Analysis Center (NISAC).I am the lead software architect for our lab, overseeing the design, implementation, and maintenance of software for both internal and external customers. I work closely with our IT department to specify, purchase, configure, and maintain advanced computing platforms. As computing lead I ensure that the various research efforts are designed and implemented as a cohesive system, code and documentation standards are followed, the overall architecture of the system is being maintained, and serve as a bridge between our researchers and software developers.
Barrett C, Bisset K, Eubank S, Feng X, Marathe M. EpiSimdemics: an efficient and scalable framework for simulating the spread of infectious disease on large social networks. Austin, Texas, November 15-21.; 2008. Proceedings of SuperComputing 08 International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking. http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1413370.1413408
Bisset K, Feng X, Yardi S, Marathe M. Modeling interaction between individuals, social networks, and public policy to support public health epidemiology. In: Rossetti MD, Hill RR, Johansson B, Dunkin A, Ingalls RG, eds. Austin, Texas; 2009:2020–2031. Proceedings of the 2009 Winter Simulation Conference. http://www.informs-sim.org/wsc09papers/194.pdf
Channakeshava K, Bisset K, Marathe M, Vullikanti A, Yardi S. High performance scalable and expressive modeling environment to study mobile malware in large dynamic networks. Anchorage, Alaska, May 16-20, 2011; 2011. Proceedings of 25th IEEE International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium.
Bisset K, Chen J, Feng A, Ma Y, Marathe M. INDEMICS : Interactive Epidemic Simulation Framework for Complex Public Health Strategy Studies.; 2010. International Conference on Supercomputing.
Barrett C, Bisset K, Leidig J, Marathe A, Marathe M. An integrated modeling environment to study the coevolution of networks, individual behavior and epidemics. AI Magazine. 2010;31:75–87.
- New Mexico State University, Computer Science, PhD, 1998
- New Mexico State University, Computer Science, MS, 1996
- New Mexico Tech, Computer Science, BS, 1991