Eric Davis

Principal Scientist

Background

Eric joined Galois as a Principal Scientist in the Arlington office in 2018.  Eric’s research focuses on the application of trustworthy artificial intelligence, machine learning, data science, and modeling important, often real time problems.  Much of Eric’s work incorporates human-machine teaming, and the augmentation of domain experts with machine intelligence to improve crisis response, real-time decision making, and to enable trustworthy and high confidence decision making.

Before joining Galois, Eric was an Assistant Professor at Iowa State University, and the University of Miami. Eric earned his PhD from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign under the advisement of Dr. Bill Sanders where he worked on applications in fault-tolerance and security with the National Center for Supercomputing Applications for the first sustained Petascale supercomputer, Blue Waters as an IBM Doctoral Fellow.