Diana B. Hanson

Diana B. Hanson-Assistant Technical Staff

Diana Hanson is an associate technical staff member in the Cyber-Physical Systems Group. Her current work is in cyber applications of modeling and simulation. Her current research interests include agent-based modeling, machine learning, and decision support.

Hanson joined Lincoln Laboratory in 2007 and worked in the Intelligence, Test, and Evaluation Group. She has led the Laboratory’s Pacific Missile Range Facility Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD ) flight-test planning team and analyzed radar performance for the BMD System Capability Assessment team. In 2013, she received an MIT Lincoln Laboratory Team Award for contributions to the FTI-01 Design, Planning, and Analysis Team.

Hanson holds an MPS degree in information science from Pennsylvania State University and a BS degree in physics and astronomy from the University of Maryland.