Integrated Multiscale Modeling for Rapid Flexible Manufacturing, Approaches and Challenges

Richard R. Barto

Richard R. Barto

Manager, Computational Physics Group

Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Labs

Dr. Rick Barto is Manager of the Computational Physics Group at the Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Labs in Cherry Hill, NJ. Dr. Barto also serves as the Deputy Director for the Lockheed Martin Corporate Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology Initiative, leading the Computational Modeling and Simulation research thrust, whose strategic goal is to reduce cycle time, risk, and cost for nanotechnology-derived sensors and structures, and pioneering tools for design and manufacturing process optimization.

Before joining the Advanced Technology Lab, Dr. Barto worked at several Lockheed business areas including the Space Systems Advanced Technology Center, where he was a key member of a research team developing wideband nonlinear optical polymer modulators for RF communications, and later as principal investigator for research on tailorable materials for spacecraft thermal and optical control coatings. Dr. Barto joined Lockheed Missiles and Space Company as a composite materials engineer, developing engineering requirements for structural composites for the D5 Fleet Ballistic Missile program. He spent 7 years in Lockheed’s Materials and Processes Laboratories responsible for materials analyses for engineering, manufacturing, and operational systems.

Prior to joining Lockheed, Dr. Barto worked for Allied Signal Corporate R&D as a polymer research engineer. He holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from University of Delaware, and a Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from Stanford University, focused on near-IR optical loss structure-property relationships in non-linear optical polymers.

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