Safety and the Role of Near-misses in the Socio-Technical Supervision of Autonomous Infrastructures. PI: Konstantinos Triantis.

Formulation of a normative systems-level theoretical approach that provides a computable safe area of operation for autonomous socio-technical infrastructures. Research proposed for the NSF’s Leading Engineering for America’s Prosperity, Health, and Infrastructure Program (LEAP-HI). Provided major contribution to the proposal.  

2017 – ongoing

Collaborative Research: Multi-Perspective Evacuation Performance Measurement
Co-PIs: Konstantinos Triantis, Pamela Murray-Tuite, and Joseph Trainor

This research extends dynamic network efficiency measurement approaches to model the relationships between transportation agencies and households. The research integrates deductive (efficiency modeling) with inductive (on-site surveys) methods. Project funded by National Science Foundation under Grant No: CMMI 1536809

2017 – ongoing

Workshop on Theoretical Foundations of Systems Engineering: the Use of Abstraction and Elaboration. PI: Kostas Triantis

The purpose of this workshop was to demonstrate the process of theory building for complex socio-technical phenomena that occur during a systems engineering project. Assisted with the organization and authored JP.1. Project funded by National Science Foundation under Grant NO: CMMI 1548480

2016 – 2018