Computer and Information Research Scientist,
Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL),
Computational Sciences and Engineering Division,
Oak Ridge, TN
ITT Technical Institute,
Independent Software Design Consultant,
Senior Computer System Designer,
University of Tennessee,
Center for Information and Communication Studies,
- M.S., Computer Science, University of Tennessee - Knoxville, 2004.
- B.S., Computer Science and Honors Mathematics, University of Tennessee - Knoxville, 2001.
- Top Graduate in Natural Sciences Division of the College of Arts and Sciences, University of Tennessee, 2001
- IPSN '06, Best Large-Scale Demonstration Award, 2006
- Provost Award - University of Tennessee Citation for Extraordinary Academic Achievement, 2001
- Member of Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Mu Epsilon, Golden Key, and University of Tennessee Honors Programs
- Design and implementation of software sysetms for the Department of Homeland Security, Department of Defense, and other Federal Agencies.
- Lead designer and developer for ORNL Sensorpedia project.
- Speaker and promoter of Gov 2.0 concepts using Web 2.0 and Social Networking principles to improve information sharing capabilities.
- Provide Human-Computer Interaction design and consulting for ORNL High Flux Isotope Reactor (HFIR) emergency management software.
- Lead developer for the ORNL SensorNet web service framework.
- ORNL representative to Open Geospatial Consortium Web Feature Service and Sensor Web Enablement working groups.
- Coordinate student internships and co-ops for the ORNL Sensorpedia and related programs.
Current Research Interest and Activity
- Information sharing: social networking and collaborative software, tagging systems, multifaceted classification, interoperable architecture design
- User interface design: human-computer interaction (HCI), distributed human-based computation, informal interfaces, sketch- and touch-based computing
- Wide-area sensor networks: Internet of Things (IoT), standardized data formats, data sharing, user-defined mashups, GIS and visualization
- D. Resseguie, S. Fairgrieve, "Unifying Isolated Sensor Systems using Web 2.0 and Open Standards," Sensors Magazine Online, 2010.
- R. Walker, D. Resseguie, M. Shankar, B. Gorman, C. Smith, D. Hill. "Next Generation Waste Tracking: Linking Legacy Systems with Modern Networking Technologies," Waste Management Conference, 2010
- R. Edwards, L. E. Parker, D. Resseguie. "Robopedia: Leveraging Sensorpedia for Web-Enabled Robot Control," 8th IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications Workshops (PERCOM Workshops), 2010.
- B. Gorman, D. Resseguie, C. Tomkins-Tinch, "Sensorpedia: Information sharing across incompatible sensor systems," pp.448-454, 2009 International Symposium on Collaborative Technologies and Systems, 2009.
- B. Gorman, D. Resseguie, M. Shankar, "Designing Information Interoperability," 2009 Special Operations Forces Industry Conference, 2009.
- M. Shankar, A. Sorokine, B. Bhaduri, D. Resseguie, S. Shekhar, J. S. Yoo, "Spatio-Temporal Conceptual Schema Development for Wide-Area Sensor Networks", Conference on Geospatial Semantics, 2007.
- A. Ledeczi, D. Resseguie, "Dirty Bomb Detection and Localization in a Crowd", Information Processing in Sensor Networks, 2006.
- D. Resseguie, "Weaving a Spatio-Temporal Sensor Network: Feature Composition and Translation for Interoperability", GeoWeb, 2006.
- D. Resseguie, "Evolving Sensor Networks: Bridging Developed and Emerging Standards", Open Geospatial Consortium TC Plenary, 2006.
- Parkwest Medical Center Emerging Medical Technologies Forum, presenting potential technology commercialization options developed at ORNL
- East Tennessee CyberSecurity Summit, speaking on benefits of social networking technologies for information sharing
- Tap the Collective in Washington, DC, speaker and panelist, participating with Don Burke of the CIA's Intellipedia and Emma Antunes of NASA's Spacebook
- DOE Packaging Certification Program Technical Review, speaking on Sensorpedia framework's applicability to Tracking 2.0
- National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency R&D Forum 2.0 (NRF 2.0), speaking on Sensorpedia framework's applicability to geospatial intelligence
- NORTHCOM Joint Interagency Coordination Group (JIACG), briefed working group on Web 2.0 and social networking concepts applied to information sharing
- DOD Joint Urban Test Capability, briefed research group on key differences between integrated and interoperable system architectures for information sharing
- Briefed Sensorpedia and related concepts to dozens of ORNL management, visitors, and sponsors