Dr. Justin F. Brunelle
Justin F. Brunelle (@justinfbrunelle) is a graduate of
Old Dominion University in the Computer Science Program.
He graduated from Ocean Lakes High School in 2004 and from ODU in 2008 (BS), 2010 (MS), and 2016 (Ph.D.).
Justin received his PhD under the direction of Dr. Michael Nelson.
help expose more of their information and embedded resources to crawlers. Justin continues to participate in internationally
respected web science conferences and journals.
Justin's spare time is filled with ODU athletic events, pick-up basketball, water sports, and spending time with his dog,
wife, and two sons (not in priority order). He also like Ford vehicles and brewing beer in his garage.
An up-to-date official bio is available for use at speaking events.
Justin works as a Principal Researcher at The MITRE Corporation in Hampton, VA. His work studies emerging technologies
(e.g., cloud, mobile, big data, Internet of Things) and innovation in government domains. One of his primary roles is as
the Software Engineering Tech Center Technical Integrator, responsible for coordinating and providing guidance to the research proposals and
efforts within MITRE's internal research programs in a division of over 400 employees.
Justin is also active in the STEM community in the Hampton Roads area, mentoring students at the high school and
university levels, and collaborating with academics on research projects. He is also the chair of the
Federal Cloud Summit and coordinates all of the Federal Technology Summits at MITRE.
Outside of MITRE, Justin teaches as an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Computer
Science Department at ODU.
A one-page resume is accessible here, as well as a full CV here. A variety of publications can be found at Justin's list of Publications. These include
peer-reviewed papers, technical reports, and internal MITRE publications.
Web Sciences, Cloud Computing, emerging technologies, Digital Libraries, Information Retreival, Natural Language Processing, Big Data