Dr. Newton Campbell is a Computer Scientist specializing in artificial intelligence and machine learning. He is also a STEM educator and Space Advocate. At SAIC, he is a Senior Principal Solutions Architect specializing in Artificial Intelligence. In this role, he currently serves as a Senior Computer Scientist and Artificial Intelligence subject matter expert on the NASA Langley Research Center OCIO Data Science Team. Dr. Campbell is a lead researcher on several programs concerning intelligent drone flight, geomagnetism, and high-performance computing for climate science. He serves as a technical advisor for programs in material science, data visualization, and virtual reality.
Dr. Campbell began his career in research and development at Raytheon BBN Technologies in cybersecurity and artificial intelligence. He served as a technical lead in Intelligence Community programs and a principal investigator for multiple DARPA programs. DARPA recognized Dr. Campbell as a “Rising Star” in 2015. He worked directly with U.S. Government program managers to transition newly developed technologies across government organizations during that time. His research interests include internet privacy, network science, and artificial intelligence applications to cyber-physical systems. He has served as the technical lead for a NASA Space Network software engineering project, developing US space-critical infrastructure software. In 2019, Dr. Campbell received a Modern Day Technology Leader award at the Black Engineer of the Year Awards sponsored by the Council of Engineering Deans of HBCUs.
Senior Principal Solutions Architect / SAIC/NASA
Currently, the U.S. Government is going through a large-scale data transformation effort, where the GSA playbook is guiding all agencies to make their processes data-driven with the help of emerging t...