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  • Jay Bahlis, Ph.D., P. Eng. is the president of BNH Expert Software. Participated in the training analysis of multiple large scale military projects, assisted dozens of organizations in developing effective and efficient training strategies, and aligning training with missions/goals, evaluated several eLearning technologies, directed research on adult learning theory and managed the design/development of the training analysis tool 
  • Gillian van de Boer-Visschedijk is scientific researcher at the Training and Performance Innovations department at TNO. She graduated cum laude at the University of Twente with a degree in educational science & technology. Since she specializes in the design of training programs with a special interest in serious gaming. She works primarily in the military domain, and in the recent years often on the subject of resilience. 
  • John is the owner and Director of AKRI Limited. He developed the Knowledge Study method whilst working with a variety of business partners and later remodelled it for business use when AKRI was founded in 2005. John was previously the founder and Director of the Applied Knowledge Research Institute working in areas including Knowledge, Artificial Intelligence, Innovation and Digital Media. John completed a PhD in 1990. Before specialising in Knowledge and Artificial Intelligence, John was head of Microprocessor Engineering at Blackburn College and prior to that worked in Electronic and Electrical Engineering in a teaching role and as an Engineer. 
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