Inmedius prides itself with having the best and the brightest. To lead this exceptional crew, our management team consists of seasoned executives with significant experience managing large-scale organizations and public companies, program managing mission critical information systems for commercial and military markets, software engineering, process re-engineering, product development, and sales and marketing.
Mr. Martin cofounded Inmedius in 1995. Prior to Inmedius, he was a founding director of the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), and served as director of the technology exploration program, technology transition program, and the program development program. He currently holds the rank of adjunct professor at the School of Computer Science as the founding Executive Director of the International Software Research Institute and a faculty member of the Robotics Institute and the Human Computer Interaction Institute (HCII), all at CMU. Before joining CMU, Mr. Martin was Deputy Director of the artificial intelligence program at the Microelectronics and Computer Consortium during its formation.
Previously, he served in key operational and technical positions in the Navy. As an operational commander, Mr. Martin commanded the first F-14 Tomcat squadron during fleet introduction. He was the Executive Officer of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier Nimitz during its first two deployments to the Mediterranean and was the first Commanding Officer of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier Carl Vinson during construction, sea trials, and its first deployment to the Mediterranean Sea and Indian Ocean. He is a decorated fighter pilot with more than 660 carrier landings and 100 combat missions. He is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE), Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), and American Association for Artificial Intelligence.
Mr. Martin received a B.S. from the U.S. Naval Academy where he stood first in the class in electrical engineering, and an M.S. and Ph.D., except for dissertation, in mathematics from the University of California at San Diego.
Sean Rushing is the Director of S1000D Products and Services at Inmedius, a Boeing Company, where he is responsible for S1000D solutions. He has a background in Software Development, Technical Publications, and implementation of IETM and ILS tools for commerical and defense aerospace sectors. He has experience in many technical publication standards including S1000D, ATA, DITA, and many US and international military specifications. Sean has also previously developed ILS Lifecycle solutions, contributed as member of the S1000D specification working groups, and has been involved implementing S1000D solutions since 1998.
Mr. Hawley joined Inmedius in 2001. Prior to joining Inmedius, he was a senior software engineer at the Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute. At CMU, he lead software teams that developed prototype systems for corporate and military customers including Daimler Chrysler, the US Army, the Naval Air Systems Command and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
Mr. Hawley has a honorable background which includes, serving as a Lieutenant Commander in the United States Navy, flying carrier-based SH-60F and HH-60H helicopters for missions including Anti-Submarine Warfare, Combat Rescue and Special Warfare Support. In addition to conducting live exercises, Mr. Hawley was an instructor pilot responsible for teaching advanced tactics to fleet pilots and a standardization pilot responsible for evaluating the performance of other instructors and fleet aviators. Prior to his career in the Navy, Mr. Hawley worked as a computer consultant specializing in PC software development.
Mr. Hawley received a B.S. in Computer Science from Northwestern University and a M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Nevada in Las Vegas.
Dr. Siewiorek sits on the Inmedius Board of Directors and advises the company about the latest trends in software and hardware technology. He is the Buhl Professor of Computer Science and Electrical and Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) and is currently director of the University's HCII. He was previously director of the Engineering Design Research Center and cofounder of its successor, the Institute for Complex Engineering Systems at CMU. Dr. Siewiorek has designed or been involved with the design of nine multiprocessor systems, and has been a key contributor to the dependability of 24 commercial computer systems. He leads an interdisciplinary team that has designed and constructed 20 generations of mobile computing systems, and has served as a consultant to several commercial and government organizations, all while serving on six technology advisory committees.
Dr. Siewiorek has published more than 350 technical papers and eight textbooks about parallel processing, computer architecture, reliable computing, and design automation. He was elected an IEEE Fellow for his contributions to the design of modular computer systems, received the Eckert-Mauchly Award for his contributions to computer architecture, and was a member of the inaugural class of ACM Fellows.
Dr. Siewiorek received a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan and an M.S. and Ph.D., both in Electrical Engineering, from Stanford University.