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Students

Current Students
  • Hamzah Abdel-Aziz
  • Dimitrios Boursinos
  • Feiyang Cai
  • Amin Ghafouri
  • Jiani Li
  • Bradley Potteiger
  • Benn Yett
  • Huahong Zhang
Current Postdoctoral Scholars
  • Waseem Abbas

Former PhD Students
  • Siyuan Dai, PhD in Electrical Engineering, December 2016.
    Compositional Modeling and Design of Cyber-Physical Systems Using Port-Hamiltonian Systems
    First Employment: TOYOTA InfoTechnology Center, USA.
  • Zhenkai Zhang, PhD in Computer Science, December 2015.
    Analysis and Verification of Cyber-Physical Systems Using Static Analysis
    First Employment: Research Scientist/Institute for Software Integrated Systems - Vanderbilt University.
  • Emeka Eyisi, PhD in Electrical Engineering, December 2013.
    Model-Based Compositional Design of Networked Control Systems
    First Employment: Senior Research Engineer/Scientist at United Technologies Research Center.
  • Heath LeBlanc, PhD in Electrical Engineering, December 2012.
    Resilient Cooperative Control of Networked Multi-Agent Systems
    First Employment: Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Ohio Northern University.
  • Ashraf Tantawy, PhD in Electrical Engineering, December 2011.
    Model-Based Detection in Cyber-Physical Systems
    First Employment: Control and Instrumentation Engineer, BP Egypt.
  • Isaac Amundson , PhD in Computer Science, August 2010.
    Spatio-Temporal Awareness in Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks
    First Employment: Senior Software/Firmware Reliability Engineer, Cardiac Rhythm Disease Management(CRDM), Medtronic.
  • Manish Kushwaha, PhD in Computer Science, May 2010.
    Feature-Level Information Fusion Methods for Urban Surveillance Using Heterogeneous Sensor Networks
    First Employment: Senior Engineer, Qualcomm, Inc.
  • Derek Riley, PhD in Computer Science, May 2009.
    Modeling, Simulation, and Verification of Biochemical Processes Using Stochastic Hybrid Systems
    First Employment: Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Wisconsin - Parkside.
  • Matthew Daigle, PhD in Computer Science, May 2008.
    A Qualitative Event-Based Approach to Fault Diagnosis of Hybrid Systems
    First Employment: Associate Scientist with the University of California - Santa Cruz in support of the University Affiliated Research Center (UARC) at NASA Ames.

Former Postdoctoral Scholars
  • Peter Horvath, Associate Professor at Budapest University of Technology and Economics
  • Mark Yampolskiy, Assistant Professor, School of Computing, University of South Alabama
  • Sajal Bhatia, Postdoctoral Scholar, Fordham University
  • Aron Laszka, Postdoctoral Scholar, UC Berkeley
  • Goncalo Martins, Teaching Assistant Professor, University of Denver
  • William Emfinger, R & D Engineer, Max Mobility, LLC

Former MS Students
  • Di Shang, M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering, May 2013.
    Model Based Control Design and Integration of Automotive Cyber-Physical Systems
  • Robert M. Halpenny, M.Sc. in Computer Science, December 2008.
    Car Detection By Classification Of Image Segments
  • Joe Hall, M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering, May 2007.
  • Di Wu, M.Sc. Computer Science, May 2006.
  • Radhika Tekumalla, M.Sc. Computer Science, December 2004.
  • Sachin Kogekar, M.Sc. Computer Science, August 2004.
    Dynamic Software Configuration in Sensor Networks