Jason Mastbaum

Jason Mastbaum
Research Programmer

Education

M.S. in applied physics, Columbia University; B.A. in physics, Bard College

Overview

Jason Mastbaum is a research programmer at RAND. He specializes in applying data analysis and visualization, technology forecasting, and modeling and simulation to defense and homeland security research questions. Mastbaum received a B.A. in physics from Bard College and an M.S. in applied physics from Columbia University.

Selected Publications

Richard Mason, James Bonomo, Tim Conley, Ryan Consaul, David R. Frelinger, David A. Galvan, Dahlia Anne Goldfeld, Scott A. Grossman, Brian A. Jackson, Michael Kennedy, et al., Analyzing a More Resilient National Positioning, Navigation, and Timing Capability, RAND Corporation (RR2970), 2021

James R. Broyles, Kenneth J. Girardini, Jason Mastbaum, Marc Robbins, Patricia Boren, Rapidly Detecting and Correcting Degradation of Military Supply Distribution Performance: Algorithms, Visualizations, and Case Studies, RAND Corporation (RRA801-1), 2022

Bob Harrison, James Dimarogonas, Jarrett Catlin, Richard H. Donohue, Thomas Goughnour, John S. Hollywood, Jason Mastbaum, Kristin Van Abel, Jay Balagna, Broadband Communications Prioritization and Interoperability Guidance for Law Enforcement: Critical Considerations in the Transition to the Public Safety Broadband Network, RAND Corporation (RRA2019-1), 2022

Richard Mason, James Bonomo, Tim Conley, Ryan Consaul, David R. Frelinger, David A. Galvan, Dahlia Anne Goldfeld, Scott A. Grossman, Brian A. Jackson, Michael Kennedy, Vernon R. Koym, Jason Mastbaum, Thao Liz Nguyen, Jenny Oberholtzer, Ellen M. Pint, Pa, Analyzing a More Resilient National Positioning, Navigation, and Timing Capability, RAND Corporation (RR2970), 2021

Publications