Cody H. Fleming
Assistant Professor
Systems Engineering
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
151 Engineer’s Way Phone: +1 434 924 7460
Olsson Hall 281 Email: fleming@virginia.edu
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4747 URL: http://faculty.virginia.edu/fleming
Cody Fleming · CV · May 2018
a) Professional Appointments
January 2018-current, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA USA
Assistant Professor, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
August 2015-current, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA USA
Assistant Professor, Systems Engineering
February 2015-July 2015, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA USA
Postdoctoral Associate
September 2010-January 2015, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA USA
Graduate Research Assistant
August 2004-June 2010, Northrop Grumman Space Technology, Redondo Beach, CA USA
Dynamics Analyst and Staff Engineer
b) Professional Training
2015, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA USA
Doctor of Philosophy in Aeronautics and Astronautics
Thesis: Safety-Driven Early Concept Analysis and Development
Advisor: Nancy Leveson
GPA: 5.0/5.0
2004, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA USA
Master of Engineering in Civil and Environmental Engineering
Thesis: A Design Methodology for Hysteretic Dampers in Buildings under Extreme Earth-
quakes
Advisor: Jerome Connor
GPA: 5.0/5.0
2003, Hope College, Holland, MI USA
Bachelor of Science in Engineering
Advisor: Janice Pawloski
GPA: 3.9/4.0
c) Honors and Awards Received
Best Paper Award, Best Student Paper Runner-up, IEEE SysCon 2018
INFORMS Graduate Faculty Award of Excellence, University of Virginia Student Chapter
award for excellence in service, 2016
Best Paper Award, Brian Mar Best Student Paper, INCOSE International Symposium 2015
Northrop Grumman Recognition Award, special recognition for problem-solving in a strategic
program, 2010
Dickson Fellow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2004
Douwe B Entema Prize, Hope College, award to top student in physics and engineering, 2003
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Alvin W. Vanderbush Award, Hope College, one of four awards given to Hope College scholar-
athletes, 2003
Phi Beta Kappa, elected to national scholastic honor society, 2003-present
Presidential Scholar, Hope College, 1999-2003
d) Publications and Scholarly Work
Archival Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
Jafarzadeh, H. and Fleming C. Output-Sensitive Path Planning Algorithm , International
Journal of Robotics Research, submitted for publication. Impact Factor: 2.489. Role: Advisor
of student.
Jafarzadeh, H. and Fleming C. A Novel Exact Algorithm for Online Robot Path Planning,
International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science (AMCS), accepted for
publication. Impact Factor: 1.42. Role: Advisor of student.
Boyer, R.; Scherer, W.; Fleming C.; Connors, C.; and Whitehead, N. Using Topic Models
To Understand Systems and Identify Strong Systems Thinking IEEE Systems Journal, ac-
cepted for publication. Impact Factor: 2.114. Role: Contributed to intellectual concept and
manuscript development.
Fleming C. and Leveson, N.G. Early Concept Development and Safety Analysis of Future
Transportation Systems, IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, Vol. 17,
No. 12 (2016), pp. 3512-3523. Impact Factor: 2.534. Role: published as PhD student.
Fleming C. and Leveson, N. Improving Hazard Analysis and Certification of Integrated
Modular Avionics, AIAA Journal of Aerospace Information Systems, Vol. 11, No. 6 (2014),
pp. 397-411. Impact Factor: 0.892. Role: published as PhD student.
Ishimatsu, T., Leveson, N.G., Thomas, J.P., Fleming C., Katahira, M., Miyamoto, Y., Ujiie,
R., Nakao, H. and Hoshino, N. Analysis of Complex Spacecraft Using Systems Theoretic
Process Analysis, AIAA Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, Vol. 51, No. 2 (2014), pp. 509-
522. Impact Factor: 1.207. Role: published as PhD student.
Fleming C.; Spencer, M.; Leveson, N.; and Wilkinson, C. Safety assurance in NextGen
and complex transportation systems, Safety Science, Volume 55, June 2013, Pages 173-187.
Impact Factor: 2.157. Role: published as PhD student.
Archival Peer Reviewed Conference Proceedings
S. Adams, B. Carter, C. Fleming, P.A. Beling. Selecting System Specific Cyber-Security
Attack Patterns using Topic Modeling, 17
th
IEEE International Conference On Trust, Security
And Privacy In Computing And Communications (IEEE TrustCom-18), New York, NY USA,
August 2018. Role: Advisor of student. Acceptance rate: TBD%
R. Bailey, C.H. Fleming, W.T. Scherer, M.C. Smith, W.H. Guilford, J.W. Lark, III, D. Elzey,
S. Russell, S. Acton, B.L. Smith. Integrating Systems Approaches into Education Using Active
Case Studies, Frontiers in Education 2018, San Jose, CA USA, October 2018. Role: Co-PI.
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B. Carter, C. Fleming, C. Elks, and G. Bakirtzis. Cyber-Physical Systems Modeling for
Security Using SysML. CSER 2018:16th-Annual Conference on Systems Engineering, Char-
lottesville, VA USA, May 2018. Role: Advisor of two students.
B. Carter, G. Bakirtzis, C. Elks, C. Fleming, A Systems Approach for Eliciting Mission-
Centric Security Requirements, 12
th
Annual IEEE International Systems Conference SYSCON,
Vancouver BC, Canada, April 2018. Role: Advisor of two students. Acceptance rate: 53%
Best Student Paper award Runner Up
G. Bakirtzis, B.T. Carter, C.R. Elks, C.H. Fleming, A Model-Based Approach to Security
Analysis for Cyber-Physical Systems, 12
th
Annual IEEE International Systems Conference
SYSCON, Vancouver BC, Canada, April 2018. Role: Advisor of two students. Acceptance
rate: 53%
Bashiri, M. and Fleming C. A Platoon-Based Intersection Management System for Au-
tonomous Vehicles, 2017 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV 2017), Redondo Beach,
CA, June 2017. Role: Advisor of student. Acceptance rate: 50% [average for previous years]
Fleming C. Systems Theory and a Drive Towards Model-based Safety Analysis, 11
th
Annual
IEEE International Systems Conference, special session on Theoretical Foundations of Systems
Engineering (THEFOSE), Montreal, Quebec, April 2017. Role: sole author. Acceptance rate:
45% [average for previous years]
Fleming C. A Systems-theoretic Approach to Early Concept Development, SMC2016, 2016
IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Budapest, Hungary, Oc-
tober 2016. Role: sole author. Acceptance rate: 42%
Fleming, C.; Leveson, N. Integrating Systems Safety into Systems Engineering during Con-
cept Development, 25
th
Annual INCOSE International Symposium 2015, Seattle, WA, July
2015. Role: published as PhD student. Acceptance rate: NA
Winner: Brian Mar Best Student Paper award
Fleming C.; Leveson, N. Including Safety during Early Development Phases of Future Air
Traffic Management Concepts, Eleventh USA/Europe Air Traffic Management Research and
Development Seminar (ATM2015), Lisbon, Portugal, June 2015. Role: published as PhD
student. Acceptance rate: 40%
Leveson, N.; Fleming C.; Thomas, J.; Wilkinson, C. A Comparison of SAE ARP 4761 and
STPA Safety Assessment Processes, 23
rd
Safety-critical Systems Symposium (SSS’15), Bristol,
UK, February 2015. Role: published as PhD student. Acceptance rate: NA
Fleming C. Model-based Concept Development and Safety Driven Design, Informatik 2014:
Big Data, Stuttgart, Germany, September 2014. Role: published as PhD student. Acceptance
rate: NA
Fleming C.; Leveson, N.G.; Placke, M.S. Assuring Safety of NextGen Procedures, Tenth
USA/Europe Air Traffic Management Research and Development Seminar (ATM2013), Chicago,
IL, June 2013. Role: published as PhD student. Acceptance rate: 40%
Leveson, N.G.; Fleming C.; Spencer, M.; Thomas, J.; Wilkinson, C. Safety Assurance of
Complex, Software-Intensive Systems, SAE 2012 Aerospace Electronics and Avionics Systems
Conference, October 2012. Role: published as PhD student. Acceptance rate: NA
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Fleming C.; Ishimatsu, T.; Miyamoto, Y.; Nakao, H.; Katahira, M.; Hoshino, N.; Thomas,
J; Leveson, N. Safety-Guided Spacecraft Design, 11
th
International Association for the Ad-
vancement of Space Safety, October 2011. Role: published as PhD student. Acceptance rate:
NA
Ishimatsu, T.; Leveson, N.; Fleming C.; Katahira, M.; Miyamoto, Y.; Nakao, H. Multi-
ple Controller Problem, 11
th
International Association for the Advancement of Space Safety,
Versailles, France, October 2011. Role: published as PhD student. Acceptance rate: NA
Technical Reports and Other Publications
J. Rowley, A. Liu, S. Sandry, J. Gross, M. Salvador, C. Anton, and C. Fleming, Examining
the Driverless Future: An Analysis of Human-Caused Vehicle Accidents and Development of
an Autonomous Vehicle Communication Testbed, SIEDS ‘18, IEEE Systems and Information
Engineering Design Symposium, Charlottesville, VA, April 2018.
Bakirtzis, G.; Carter, B.; Elks, C.; and Fleming, C. ”Cyber Assurance Assessment Using
Systems and Control Theory”, 26th USENIX Security Symposium [USENIX Security ’17],
Vancouver, BC, Canada, August 2017.
Rand, K. and Fleming, C. “Population Migration & Infrastructure Resilience: A Review of
Theory and Practice”, 26th SRA-Europe Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, June 2017.
Calhoun, Z., Maribojoc, P., Selzer, N., Procopi, L., Bezzo, N., and Fleming, C. Analysis of
Identity and Access Management alternatives for a multinational information-sharing envi-
ronment. In Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium (SIEDS), 2017 (pp.
208-213). IEEE, April 2017.
Bains, P.; Ferris, K.; Gregoire, J.; Kim, J.; Kozloski, J.; Lazenby, J.; Ofiesh, D.; Shank, E.;
Wu, K.; Beling, P.; and Fleming C. Risk Analysis of Globalized Airline Supply Chains,
SIEDS ‘16, IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium, Charlottesville,
VA, April 2016.
Leveson, N.; Wilkinson, C.; Fleming C.; and Thomas, J. A Comparison of STPA and the
ARP 4761 Safety Assessment Process, MIT Technical Report, June 2014.
Fleming C.; Placke, M.S.; and Leveson, N. STPA Analysis of NextGen Interval Management
Components, FAA Technical Report, September 2013.
An STPA Primer Version 1, August 2013. (Contributed to companion book of Engineering a
Safer World, Leveson 2011).
Fleming C.; Spencer, M.; Thomas, J.; Leveson, N.; and Wilkinson, C. Mission Assurance in
NextGen Technologies, NASA Technical Report, March 2012.
e) h-index and Citation Count
h-index: 7
Citation Count: 182
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f) Graduate Students Directed
Doctoral
Student Time Status
Hassan Jafarzadeh 2015-present Qualifying exam: February 2017
Masoud Bashiri 2016-present Planning to take qualifying exam in
2017
Minghui Sun 2016-present Planning to take qualifying exam in
2018
George Bakirtzis (VCU) 2017-present Planning to take qualifying exam in
2018
Mahmoud Elneggar 2017-present Planning to take qualifying exam in
2018
Jasmine Sekhon 2017-present Planning to take qualifying exam in
2019
Krista Rand 2016-present Qualifying exam: November 2017
Master’s of Science
Student Time Status
Bryan Carter 2016-present Planning to propose in fall 2017
Stephen Stern 2016-present Planning to propose in spring 2018
Kyle Ferris 2015-2016 Thesis Title*: Risk Analysis of
Globalized Airline Supply Chains
James Kim 2015-2016 Thesis Title*: Risk Analysis of
Globalized Airline Supply Chains
Jonathan Lazenby 2015-2016 Thesis Title*: Risk Analysis of
Globalized Airline Supply Chains
* Master of Science in Data Science (MSDS)
Master’s of Engineering
Student Time Status
Xiyuan Ge 2016-present Planning to graduate in 2018
Yujie Xu 2016-2018
g) Undergraduate Researchers
Undergraduates on Extramurally Funded Research Projects
Melvin Salvador, 2017
Ryan French, 2017
MacKenzie Hodgson, 2017
Thomas Sample, 2017
Stephen Stern, 2016
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Anna Crocket, 2016-2017
Kendrick McCarroll, 2016
Bryan Carter, 2016
Undergraduate Theses Supervised
1. John Rowley, Examining the Driverless Future: An Analysis of Human-Caused Vehicle Acci-
dents and Development of an Autonomous Vehicle Communication Testbed, 2018
2. Ann Liu, Examining the Driverless Future: An Analysis of Human-Caused Vehicle Accidents
and Development of an Autonomous Vehicle Communication Testbed, 2018
3. Steven Sandry, Examining the Driverless Future: An Analysis of Human-Caused Vehicle Ac-
cidents and Development of an Autonomous Vehicle Communication Testbed, 2018
4. Joshua Gross, Examining the Driverless Future: An Analysis of Human-Caused Vehicle Acci-
dents and Development of an Autonomous Vehicle Communication Testbed, 2018
5. Melvin Salvador, Examining the Driverless Future: An Analysis of Human-Caused Vehicle
Accidents and Development of an Autonomous Vehicle Communication Testbed, 2018
6. Chris Anton, Examining the Driverless Future: An Analysis of Human-Caused Vehicle Acci-
dents and Development of an Autonomous Vehicle Communication Testbed, 2018
7. Zach Calhoun, Analysis of Identity and Access Management alternatives for a multinational
information-sharing environment, 2017
8. Patrick Maribojoc, Analysis of Identity and Access Management alternatives for a multina-
tional information-sharing environment, 2017
9. Edward (Ned) Selzer, Analysis of Identity and Access Management alternatives for a multi-
national information-sharing environment, 2017
10. Leah Procopi, Analysis of Identity and Access Management alternatives for a multinational
information-sharing environment, 2017
11. Tyler Cody, Deep Learning in Gear Health Monitoring: Deep Convolutional Autoencoders for
Representation Learning in High Frequencies, Fall 2016 (Independent Study)
12. April Anlage, Objectives and Metrics of the Federal Aviation Administration?s Time Based
Flow Management Software, 2016
13. Patrick Bains, Risk Analysis of Globalized Airline Supply Chains, 2016
14. Justin Gregoire, Risk Analysis of Globalized Airline Supply Chains, 2016
15. Jacob Kozloski, Risk Analysis of Globalized Airline Supply Chains, 2016
16. Dimitri Ofiesh, Risk Analysis of Globalized Airline Supply Chains, 2016
17. Evan Shank, Risk Analysis of Globalized Airline Supply Chains, 2016
18. Kevin Wu, Risk Analysis of Globalized Airline Supply Chains, 2016
Cody Fleming · CV · May 2018
h) Visitors and Postdoctoral Fellows Supervised
NA
i) External Research Grants and Contracts
Awarded, PI
1. A Systems-theoretic, Model-based Approach to Assuring Safety in TBO
(a) Sponsor: National Aeronautics and Space Administration Aeronautics Research Mission
Directorate
(b) Amount: $750,000 (controlled by Fleming: $350,000)
(c) Duration: 06/2016-05/2019
(d) Academic-year support: 8.33%–12%
(e) Other investigators spending funds: Amy Pritchett and Brian German, both of Georgia
Tech School of Aerospace Engineering
(f) Role of investigators: Fleming lead the development of proposal and coordination of
team. Fleming overseas and coordinates work of team and is primary interface with
NASA. Co-PIs Pritchett and German are researching uncertainty propagation through
models.
(g) Note: NASA does not publish an award rate for their programs. I personally spoke to
the Technical Monitor for this program and he stated that there were many more than 20
proposals (after triage) from top institutions, with only one award. Hopefully this speaks
to the competitive nature of this award.
2. Towards a Model-based Approach to Assuring Safety of Increasingly Autonomous Systems
(a) Sponsor: Northrop Grumman Corporation
(b) Amount: $150,000
(c) Duration: 11/2016–11/2018
(d) Academic-year support: TBD
(e) Other investigators spending funds: NA
(f) Role of investigators: NA
3. Towards a Methodology for Safety-driven Analysis and Integration of Heterogeneous, Au-
tonomous Decision-makers in the National Airspace
(a) Sponsor: Virginia Space Grant Consortium
(b) Amount: $20,000
(c) Duration: 05/2016-05/2017
(d) Academic-year support: 0%
(e) Other investigators spending funds: NA
(f) Role of investigators: NA
4. CRitical Information and Infrastructure Identity and access Management Evaluation (CRII-
IME).
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(a) Sponsor: The MITRE Corporation
(b) Amount: $10,000
(c) Duration: 09/2016–05/2017
(d) Academic-year support: 0%
(e) Other investigators spending funds: Nicola Bezzo, UVA Systems and Information Engi-
neering
(f) Role of investigators: Administer and lead undergraduate theses and capstone project
Awarded, Co-PI
1. EN-SIE-RT-196 Security Engineering
(a) Sponsor: Systems Engineering Research Center
(b) Amount: $350,000 (controlled by Fleming: $125,000)
(c) Duration: 01/2018–11/2018
(d) Academic-year support: 8.33%
(e) Other investigators spending funds: Barry Horowitz and Peter Beling, both of UVA
Systems and Information Engineering
2. Safety-Critical Wireless Mobile Systems
(a) Sponsor: National Science Foundation
(b) Amount: $800,000 (controlled by Fleming: TBD, approx. 1/3)
(c) Duration: 2017-2020
(d) Academic-year support: 8.33%
(e) Other investigators spending funds: Cameron (Kamin) Whitehouse and Lu Feng, both
of UVA Computer Science
(f) Role of investigators: Whitehouse is PI; Feng and Fleming are Co-I. Fleming will lead
effort for control synthesis and verification, as well as prototyping small-scale connected
vehicles. Proposal effort was fairly distributed and collaborative; initial idea came about
through investigations developed by Fleming and Whitehouse.
3. EN-SIE-RT-172 Security Engineering
(a) Sponsor: Systems Engineering Research Center
(b) Amount: $350,000 (controlled by Fleming: $125,000)
(c) Duration: 01/2017–11/2017
(d) Academic-year support: 8.33%
(e) Other investigators spending funds: Barry Horowitz and Peter Beling, both of UVA
Systems and Information Engineering
(f) Role of investigators: Horowitz coordinates team and is primary interface with sponsor.
Beling leads decision-making analytics and Fleming leads modeling and requirements
generation. Both Fleming and Beling are primary advisers of students and coordinate
technical work. Beling and Fleming also give technical talks on the subject and interface
with sponsors outside of project.
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4. SIT-SERC EN-SE Cybersecurity
(a) Sponsor: Systems Engineering Research Center
(b) Amount: $320,000 (controlled by Fleming: $36,695)
(c) Duration: 01/20176–11/2016
(d) Academic-year support: 8.33%
(e) Other investigators spending funds: Barry Horowitz and Peter Beling, both of UVA
Systems and Information Engineering
(f) Role of investigators: Horowitz coordinates team and is primary interface with sponsor.
Beling leads decision-making analytics and Fleming leads modeling and requirements
generation. Both Fleming and Beling are primary advisers of students and coordinate
technical work.
j) Presentations
Keynote
NA
Invited
Composability, Modularity, and Re-use in Safety-Critical Cyber-physical Systems; NGMS
University Research Symposium, April 17-18, 2018.
MBSA for cyber failure detection and recovery, Workshop on Model-based System Assurance:
enabled by Digital Engineering, Washington, D.C. December 6-7, 2017.
Driverless Future: How might cars and their management systems change over time? Univer-
sity of Virginia / City of Charlottesville, September 30.
Towards Composability, Modularity, and Safety in Autonomous Systems, University of Vir-
ginia Department of Computer Science, November 2016.
Mission-Aware Cybersecurity, NDIA 19
th
Annual Systems Engineering Conference, Spring-
field, VA, 2016.
Tomorrows Decision-makers: On Software, Autonomy, Coordination and Safety in Transporta-
tion Systems, University of Virginia Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering,
September 2016.
Embedded Software Integrity for Automotive Summit, Detroit, Michigan, May 23 - 25, 2016
Systems Engineering Knowledge & Skills in the Education of All Engineers, INCOSE Academic
Forum 2016, May 2-3 2016
Systems Engineering Applications to Decision Making, WR Senior Technical Leaders Focus
group, Dewberry, Fairfax, VA, 2015.
Early Concept Analysis of NextGen Operations, 4
th
STAMP Workshop, Cambridge, Mas-
sachusetts, 2015
Proactive and Predictive Approaches—Systems-based Approaches to Modeling and Analysis,
GCAA Safety Intelligence and Management Workshop, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 2014.
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Model-based Concept Development and Safety Driven Design, Informatik 2014: Big Data,
Stuttgart, Germany, 2014.
ARP 4761 and STPA (using the Wheel Brake Example in ARP 4761), 3
rd
STAMP Workshop,
Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2014.
STPA Analysis of Interval Management in NextGen, 3
rd
STAMP Workshop, Cambridge,
Massachusetts, 2014.
Improving Hazard Analysis and Certification of Integrated Modular Avionics, 2
nd
STAMP
Workshop, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2013.
k) Patents
NA
l) Internal Service & Leadership
UVA SEAS Dean’s Research Advisory Council (DRAC), December 2017–
Search Committee, SEAS & LinkLab CPS and Smart Cities 2017-2018.
USOAR Faculty Mentor, 2017–
PhD Committee Member
1. Lian Ciu, CEE, 2017–
2. Ben Choo, SIE, 2015–
3. Zach Collier, SIE, 2015–
4. Basak Ozaslan, SIE, 2015–
5. Heimir Thorrisson, SIE, 2015–
6. Faraz Dodgoztari, SIE, 2015–
7. Esen Yel, SIE, 2018–
8. Yusheng Wei
9. Jeff Bennett, CEE, 2018–
MS Committee Member
1. Tony Lin, CpE, 2017-2018
2. Ryan Meekins, SIE, 2017–2018
3. Emily Miller, SIE, 2016–
4. Ryan Boyer, SIE, 2015-2017
5. Gerald Heddy, SIE, 2015–2016
Autonomous Vehicles Conference at UVa, Planning Committee, September 2017
SEAS Integrated Space Plan, Cores/Centers Focus Group
Focus on the Future Planning Committee, “new” dept vision committee, 2017-present
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Search Committee, SEAS & LinkLab CPS and Smart Cities 2016-2017.
Search Committee, SEAS & LinkLab CPS Search – subcommittee on Safety and Formal
Methods, 2015-2016
Jefferson Scholars Panel, 2017
Common Reading Experience Faculty Mentor, 2016-present
Faculty adviser, UVA Hyperloop Competition, 2016-2017
Graduate Studies Committee, Systems & Information Engineering, 2015-present
URN Research Symposium Judge, 2016
UVERS Abstract Judge, 2016
m) Professional Services
CSER 2018: Conference on Systems Engineering Research, Panel Chair
NSF PFI-BIC Panelist, February 2017
TRB AV090 Standing Committee on Aviation Security and Emergency Management, 2016-
2019
PhD Committee Member (External to UVA)
1. Georgios Batkirsis, VCU, 2017–
2. Kip Johnson, MIT, 2016
Program Committee, ICS-CSR 2016
NSF ESD/SYS Program Panelist, November 2016
Panelist, INCOSE Academic Forum on Interactive Engineering Education, 2016
Panelist, NSF Workshop on the Future of Systems Engineering Education, 2015
Planning and editorial Committee, 4
th
STAMP Workshop, Cambridge, 2015
Reviewer
1. International Journal of Reliability and Safety,
2. Journal of Navigation,
3. Transportation Review Board,
4. IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems
5. International Journal of Robotics Research
6. American Society for Engineering Education
7. IEEE Systems Journal
8. IEEE Conference on Decision and Control
9. IEEE American Control Conference