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Dr. Conor Gaffney promoted to VP of Solutions and Applied Sciences

Dr. Conor Gaffney, VP of Solutions and Applied Sciences at ETU

We are pleased to announce Dr. Conor Gaffney’s promotion to VP of Solutions and Applied Sciences. In this role, Conor will drive ETU’s research, innovation and solutions initiatives.

Conor joined ETU in 2010 and played an integral role in the background commercial research that underpins ETU’s unique value proposition. Conor’s team will develop and manage initiatives around data science, behavioral science, applied psychology, and simulated environments.

“Conor plays a critical role in enabling our customers to realize significant value from partnering with ETU,” said Declan Dagger, ETU's CTO. “His expertise in immersive technologies, simulation design and large-scale strategic talent initiatives is unparalleled.”

According to Conor, “As ETU grows it is important for us to continue supporting our partners through research, innovation and cutting edge solutions. Advancements in AI, machine learning and simulation modalities allow us to develop and deliver exciting new architectures and platform enhancements which benefit the learners and customers we serve.”

Please join us in congratulating Conor!

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