Richard V. Badalamente

Author: Richard V. Badalamente

Ph.D

Dr. Badalamente was a senior analyst with the National Security Directorate of the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. His focus was nuclear nonproliferation, counterintelligence, and counter terrorism. In late 2002, he was detailed to the Pentagon to assist in planning for Operation Iraqi freedom. Dr. Badalamente was detailed to the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna in 1990-92, where he authored the 1991-95 Strategic Plan for Safeguards, and assisted the IAEA in evaluating the safeguards implications of events in Iraq.

Publications

Publication period start: 1990
Publication period end: 2005
Number of co-authors: 3

Co-authors

Number of publications with favourite co-authors
Marvin C. McCallum
1
Jr. Alvah C. Bittner
1
Frank L. Greitzer
1

Productive Colleagues

Most productive colleagues in number of publications
Frank L. Greitzer
5
Marvin C. McCallum
6
Jr. Alvah C. Bittner
7

Publications

McCallum, Marvin C., Bittner, Jr. Alvah C., Badalamente, Richard V. (1990): Empirical Identification of User Information Requirements in Command and Control Evaluatio. In: D., Woods,, E., Roth, (eds.) Proceedings of the Human Factors Society 34th Annual Meeting , 1990, Santa Monica, USA. pp. 1200-1203.

Badalamente, Richard V., Greitzer, Frank L. (2005): Top Ten Needs for Intelligence Analysis Tool Development. In: International Conference on Intelligence Analysis 2005 May 2-6, 2005, McLean, VA, USA.