Senior Scientist (1993-present)
Director, Kappa Division Research & Development (1996-present)
Charged with ensuring optimal conditions for the transfer of technology from lab experiments and prototypes into marketable products.

Between 1985 and 1993, Dr. Nolling served as a high-level technology transfer consultant to corporations with extensive research budgets, from Microsoft and Intel to General Motors and Caterpillar. From 1975-1985 she participated in, then led, the Syzygy-Santa Cruz think tank project, which was jointly sponsored by Hewlett-Packard and Xerox Corporation. Prior to 1975 Dr. Nolling taught at Georgia Institute of Technology and Wharton Business School.

Ph.D. in Computer Science, Boston University, Boston MA
M.S., Ph.D. in Applied Physics, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena CA
B.S. in Physics and Germanic Languages and Literature (double major), Harvard College, Cambridge MA

Professional Associations
Association for Computing Machinery (Fellow), The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (Fellow), Transformation Technologists Working Group (Board Member), Society of Women Engineers.

Selected Publications

Nolling, M., and Cathcart, Y. "High-Quality Data Transformation," Proceedings of International Transformation Journal, Vienna, Austria, April 1990.

International Organization for Standardization, "Coding of Transformational Data," ISO/IECF JTC1/SC2/WG11, MPEG 90/000, Berlin Meeting Documents, Dec. 1990, Appendix pp. 50-71

Mujuru, E., and Nolling, M. "Transformation in Transition: An Overview," International
Conference on Data Processing, May 14-17, 1994, Harare, Zimbabwe, pp. 3601-3604.

Nolling, M. "Matrixed Data Transformations," Proc. ICDP-96, vol. 2, pp. II-205-208, IEEE, San Francisco, Mar. 23-26, 1996.

International Organization for Standardization, "Coding of Latticed Data," Document CD 11172-3, Part 3, Annex G, Sep. 1992, pp. G-1 and G-2.