Dahlia Anne Goldfeld

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Information Scientist
Santa Monica Office

Education

Ph.D. in chemical physics, Columbia University; M.A. in chemistry, Harvard University; B.A. in chemistry, Columbia University

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Overview

Dahlia Goldfeld is an information scientist at the RAND Corporation with a specialty in modeling and simulation. She has primarily worked in RAND Project Air Force, focusing on topics such as integrated air and missile defense, the U.S. tanker force, and intelligence, surveillance and reconaissance collection and analysis. Prior to joining RAND, she was an A.P. Giannini postdoctoral research fellow at the University of California, San Diego in the departments of chemistry and pharmacology. She received her Ph.D. in chemical physics from Columbia University where she was an NSF graduate fellow.

Publications

  • KC-46 refueling F-15E, photo by John D. Parker/U.S. Air Force

    Report

    The tanKer Aerial Refueling Model for Analysis (KARMA)

    This report describes the algorithms used in the tanKer Air Refueling Model for Analysis (KARMA) and explains how to use the model. KARMA simulates the extent to which a tanker force can aerially refuel combat aircraft in a denied environment.

    Sep 4, 2019