ORG University of Alabama, Huntsville Title BIO Sandra Redman is a Research Scientist in the Information Technology Research Center (ITRC) at the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH). Sandra is the ITRC lead engineer for high-performance networking, security and videoconferencing research. She was Co-Investigator for an NSF-funded project for high-performance network connectivity and a major technical resource for UAH Internet2 programs, including the successful collaboration with other research universities within the state and with representatives of the Alabama Research and Education Network (AREN) to establish the Gulf Central GigaPoP (GCG), a large point of presence for high-performance networks in the state of Alabama. In addition to leading the National Middleware Initiative Testbed Site program at UAH, she is also leading several other UAH Internet2 and related efforts, including establishing H.323 videoconferencing systems at multiple sites, grid-based streaming video for International Space Station (ISS) downlink, and ISS space-based payload remote operations in a grid environment. She also serves on the National Space Science and Technology Center (NSSTC) IT Advisory Committee, tasked with developing and implementing IT and security policies.