Army Simulation, Training, and
graduate of West Point,
served as an infantry officer in a variety of command and staff positions in
the United States
and overseas assignments including Germany
and the Middle East.
He also served as a project manager for electronic warfare systems.
his military service, Macedonia
became the Vice-president of the Fraunhofer
for Research in Computer Graphics, Inc. (CRCG) in Providence,
then joined the Institute for Defense Analyses in Alexandria,
as a Research Staff Member for Modeling and Simulation. He later became a
senior scientist at Georgia Tech Research Institute.
has a Ph.D. in Computer Science and a M.S. in Telecommunications. He is a contributing editor and on the
editorial board of IEEE Computer. He is also a contributing editor to IEEE
Computer Graphics and Applications and an executive member of the Technical
Committee for Visualization and Computer Graphics. He was the 2002 chair of the
IEEE VR Conference.
current research interests are described in the March issue of IEEE Spectrum at
is a veteran of Desert Storm and the September 11 attack on the Pentagon.