The Division of Systems Engineering (SE) is based on a rather unique interdisciplinary graduate program with select faculty from different engineering departments and in close collaboration with the Center for Information and Systems Engineering (CISE).
The program emphasizes cutting-edge research on analytical and computational methods aiming to design and manage human-made and physical systems spanning a broad range of applications. The Division includes affiliated faculty from the College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Management.
- Automation, Robotics, and Control
- Communications and Networking
- Computational Biology
- Information Sciences
- Production, Service, and Energy Systems
- Energy and Environmental Systems (new)
- Computational and Systems Biology
- Control Systems
- Network Systems
- Production and Service Systems
- Operations Research
The 14 faculty members currently in the Division, along with several affiliates from within the College of Engineering, as well as the College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Management, supervise dozens of Ph.D. students working on projects funded by several federal agencies and private companies.
2014-2015 Division of Systems Engineering Annual Report