Dr. Gershon Weltman is an internationally respected expert in human factors and user interface design with a strong emphasis on training and simulation. Gershon’s professional experience is centered on his long-term executive and technical management of Perceptronics, Inc., where his responsibilities as CEO included developing new business and directing the creative design, production and delivery of many innovative simulation and decision support systems. In addition to serving as principal investigator on a number of current Perceptronics Solutions projects, and providing scientific direction to several others, Gershon is a lecturer in the UCLA School of Engineering and Applied Science, where he teaches a course on Engineering and Society that fulfills the School’s ethics requirement. Gershon was a six-year member of the U.S. Army Science Board, a select group that advises the Army on science and technology matters, and recently served on the Defense Science Board Task Force on Training for Future Conflicts. He has published numerous scientific, technical and strategic papers, and has presented lectures and briefings at government, business and professional meetings. He holds a BS, MS, and PhD in Man-Machine Systems from the UCLA School of Engineering and Applied Science.