Dr. John K. Antonio is a Senior Fellow in the University of Oklahoma Center for Intelligence and National Security. Dr. Antonio holds the Howard and Suzanne Kauffmann Chair and is Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in the College of Engineering. He was a faculty member at Purdue University and Texas Tech before joining OU as Professor and Director of the School of Computer Science. His research interests include distributed, high-performance, and cloud computing; optimal scheduling and control of large-scale production computing data centers; low-power embedded processing; reconfigurable computing. DOD agencies funding his research include Air Force Research Laboratory, Army Research Office, NRaD Naval Laboratory,, Department of Defense Small Business Technology Transfer Program (DOD/STTR), Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, and National Science Foundation. His DARPA project involved the design and development of an ultra-low power parallel computing platform housed on a small unmanned aerial vehicle for real-time synthetic aperture radar processing. Dr. Antonio also has received grants from RiskMetrics Group, Inc. for R&D of scheduling and control mechanisms for a massively distributed computing platform. From 2011 to 2013, he worked for MSCI, Inc. where he led a global team chartered with optimizing the performance and stability of the company’s massively parallel production computing platform. He has consulted widely on computer forensics and software performance. Dr. Antonio has published in leading journals such as IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement and holds 1 US patent (Patent No.US 7,757,069). He is a Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE); and Member: Association of Computing Machinery (ACM), International Association for Intelligence Education, and the European Academy of Sciences.