Dr. Mattis came to Pitt-Bradford in 1985. He served as a W.C. Foster Fellows Visiting Scholar at the U.S. Department of State in the Verification and Compliance Bureau, Office of Nuclear Affairs in 1999-2000 and served as a consultant for the Department.
He calls nearby Kane, PA home. In his free time, Mattis enjoys mountain biking, cross-country skiing, weight training, and reading.
Research, Accomplishments, and Publications:
His main research interests include parallel processing, particle transport theory, arms control, and national security issues.