Dr. Clayton “CJ” Hutto is a Senior Research Scientist at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) in the Human Systems Engineering (HSE) Branch of the Systems Engineering Research (SER) Division. He has two undergraduate degrees: one in Avionics Technology & Engineering, and another in Human Factors Psychology. As a military member of the United States Air Force, CJ worked primarily on the avionics systems of the F-16 “Fighting Falcon” aircraft. After honorably separating from the USAF, CJ obtained two graduate degrees: a Master of Science in Human-Computer Interaction, and a Ph.D. in Human Centered Computing, both from the Georgia Institute of Technology (GA Tech). Dr. Hutto’s current career interests are related to applications of Human Systems Integration (HSI) analysis, design, development, test and evaluation to complex systems by integrating technical work across multiple HSI domains – e.g., human factors engineering (specifically, human performance modeling/simulation), safety, survivability, occupational health, manpower, personnel, and training. Dr. Hutto is also the primary instructor for two courses offered by the Georgia Tech Professional Education program: “Introduction to Human Systems Integration”, and “Human Systems Integration Analysis Methods”.