Dr. Doro-on is also a talented visual artist and portraitist who sings like a songbird on her spare time. With her creative flairs, she can express illustratively many difficult abstract perspectives very clearly. She has transformed the risk assessment methodology and integrated with psychology of prediction, computational analytics, probability judgment, and cognitive bias for the risk assessment and decision-making analysis with focus on psychotechnology, behavioral engineering, politics, terrorism, infrastructure, homeland security and defense actions. She has an unusual knack in computer aided design software and programmable logic controls for intelligent systems.
Dr. Doro-on has completed two manuscripts entitled, "Risk Assessment for Water Infrastructure Security and Safety" (2011) and "Risk Assessment & Security for Pipelines, Tunnels, and Underground Rail and Transit Operations (2014)," published by CRC Press based on her Ph.D. dissertation and thoroughly digested the cumulative prospect theory (CPT) related to definition of risk, and perfected the concepts of Risk Acceptability. Based on the comparison of the incremental acceptable risk determined by the current socioeconomic value versus potential risk of terrorism and disaster, she developed a comprehensive methodology for risk acceptability analysis based on CPT a quantitative psychology of intuitive prediction using "water and super-speed magnetic levitation rail terrorism" as illustrative examples. She additionally has forthcoming manuscripts.
Dr. Doro-on has received many awards for her research papers. In the past, she presented a paper related to her Ph.D. research at the American Academy of Sciences and Environmental Science & Technology, where she received a Young Scientist Award. She also presented her Master's research at the Annual International Symposium of the MAES-Latinos in Science & Engineering (MAES) and won the Doctoral Paper Competition and a scholarship award. As a graduate student, she spearheaded the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), Society of Women Engineers, MAES and highly-regarded by all those organizations. She also spearheads the Empowering Latina Organization to inspire high-achiever Latinas and underrepresented women in STEM under the umbrella of SHPE, U.S. Department of Defense, in collaboration with Hi-Tech networks as well as movie industries for National Defense initiatives, innovations, and growth to build a stronger nation.
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
3. Portraitist (Hyper-Realistic Portrait Drawing);
4. Art Painter (Fine Arts);
5. Graphic Illustrator using CAD, Photoshop, and Illustrator;
6. Painting Dolls.