Critical Infrastructure Systems Management

This multidisciplinary effort cuts across the university’s research centers, as well as the College of Engineering and Computing’s nine academic departments. Its mission: to design and build complex, adaptive systems capable of managing the interdependence of the nation’s and world’s critical infrastructure in power, transportation and communications.

Meet the experts

Steven Corns

Associate Chair of Graduate Studies and Associate Professor
Engineering Management & Systems Engineering

Research Interests

Computational intelligence, complex systems, bioinformatics

Sajal K. Das

St. Clair Endowed Chair Professor
Computer Science

Research Interests

Wireless and sensor networks; mobile and pervasive computing; cyber-physical systems and smart environments; smart healthcare and smart grid; big data; parallel, distributed and cloud computing; security and privacy; systems biology; social networks and social computing; applied graph theory and game theory.

Suzie Long

Department Chair and Professor
Engineering Management & Systems Engineering

Research Interests

Critical infrastructure systems, strategic management, sustainable infrastructures, management, supply chain and transportation, systems management, organizational behavior, sociotechnical systems analysis

Sanjay Madria

Professor
Computer Science

Research Interests

Cloud computing; security; wireless computing and mobile data management

Bruce McMillin

Associate Dean for College of Engineering and Computing (CEC) and Professor
Computer Science

Research Interests

Cyber-physical security,  distributed systems, formal methods in software engineering