Dr. Boudreaux obtained Ph.D. in mathematical logic from the University of Notre Dame in 1975. In 1979 he began working as a computer scientist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, formerly the National Bureau of Standards, first in the Computer Science Laboratory and then from 1984 to 1991 in the Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory. In 1992, he became a program manager in the NIST Advanced Technology Program. Dr. Boudreaux has published over fifty technical papers and edited three books. His research has focused primarily in the following areas: programming language environments for automated manufacturing; adaptive control and real-time error compensation systems; and intelligent manufacturing systems.
Motor Vehicle Manufacturing Technology
Theoretical Computer Science
Selected Recent Publications:
J.C. Boudreaux, R.H. Dauskardt, H.R. Last, and F.P. McClusky (eds.) Microelectronic, Optoelectronic, and MEMS Packaging, Materials Research Society. 2001.
J.C. Boudreaux, “A Practical Taxonomy for Microsystem Applications” COMS 2001 Conference, Kebble College, Oxford UK, September 2 - 6, 2001.
J.C. Boudreaux, “Innovation Pathways for Microsystem Technologies,” Proceedings 2001 MEMS Conference, IEEE Press, Berkeley, CA, August 24 -26, 2001; 58-61.
J.C. Boudreaux, “Manufacturing Technology: The Road Ahead,” National Institute of Standards and Technology, NISTIR 6816, February 2002.
J.C. Boudreaux, “On the Complexity of Microsystems,” (Extended Abstract) COMS 2002 Conference, Ann Arbor MI, September 8-12, 2002; 143-146.
J.C. Boudreaux, “Solid Freeform Fabrication and Parametric Engineering,” Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium, (SFF ‘02), University of Texas at Austin, August 5-8, 2002; 297-304.
J.C. Boudreaux, “A Combinatorial Parametric Engineering Model for Solid Freeform Fabrication,” Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium, (SFF ‘04), University of Texas at Austin, August 2-4, 2002; 563-571.
J.C. Boudreaux, “Simplicial Complexes, Edge Paths, and Digraph Automata,” Proceedings IPSI-2005, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2005 (abstract in NASA Langley Research Center Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports, vol 44 no 7 (April 7, 2006), 95-96.)
Senior Computer Scientist
Selection Management Office
Ph.D. in Mathematical Logic from the University of Notre Dame