Alysse Pulido is currently working as a Research Associate in the Department of Behavioral Science and Leadership (BS&L) at the United States Military Academy in West Point, NY. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Indiana University in 2009.
Alysse is currently working as a subject matter expert in DARPA’s Identity Intelligence division on an Active Authentication project. This project is developing novel multi-biometric means of continuous authentication with respect to cognitive and behavioral biometrics.
She previously worked with Dr. Kate Coronges, studying leadership and social network dynamics within the military to determine the most effective ties for efficient communication. Other previous projects include looking at the relationship between performance on cognitive tasks & military field exercises and single- nucleotide polymorphisms.
Links to current work:
Cadet Communications and Leadership Network Dynamics (with Dr. Kate Coronges)- studying leadership and social network dynamics within the military to determine the most effective ties for efficient communication. Cognitive Fingerprinting (with COL Ron Dodge, COL Jim Ness)- development and implementation of stimuli and an experimental process to collect neuro-cognitive baseline patterns based on neuro-psycho-physiological metric translation. These patterns will be the baselines for the DARPA Authentication Program.