Dr. Peter Kostiuk founded Robust Analytics, Inc. in 2008 after holding distinguished positions at Logistics Management Institute, the Center for Naval Analyses, and the President’s Council of Economic Advisers. Over the past 30 years, Dr. Kostiuk built and managed multiple research and analysis teams focused on providing professional services to the federal government and industry. These services included technology development, modeling and simulation, software development, and cost and economic impact analysis. His customers have included the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Office of the Secretary of Defense, and all four military services. Dr. Kostiuk received a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago.
Mr. Michael Thomas Mohen, Chief Technology Officer, drives the innovation strategy and growth for the company’s solutions and ensures technology excellence. Mr. Mohen has over 25 years of experience delivering technology solutions to private, public and international customers. Prior to Robust Analytics, he served as the EMC ECD Chief Architect and was inducted in 2012 as an EMC Distinguished Engineer. At EMC, Mr. Mohen led key strategy initiatives in content management, solutions, big data, compliance and SaaS. Mr. Mohen is an inventor of 19 patents and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems from the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.
Dr. Shreyas Subramanian completed his Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering from the School of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Purdue University in 2015. He supports NASA initiatives to evaluate the efficiency of NAS operations by designing a Fuel Burn model to estimate flight time, fuel consumption, and flight segment operating costs for all airline flights in the NAS. He is also involved in algorithm design and business logic development of various other NASA projects at Robust Analytics such as a Terminal Area Hidden Markov Risk Model, simulation and modeling of passenger behavior in airport premises, and projects related to the NASA SMART NAS Test Bed (SNTB). As a graduate research assistant working on the NASA System-wide Safety Assurance Technology (SSAT) grant (2013-2014), Dr. Subramanian evaluated the effect of inducing communication faults in ADS-B messages in the NAS. As a graduate research assistant on a grant from NASA and Intelligent Automation, Inc. (IAI) (2012–2013), he integrated detailed aircraft performance models to evaluate UAS operations in existing traffic scenarios, and thereby transform the NAS into a safer, more secure system. His complete portfolio including recent work and publications can be found here.