University of Alabama in Huntsville
Paul Collopy, Ph.D., P.E., is Professor at the University of Alabama in Huntsville researching topics in systems engineering theory. He previously founded and led DFM Consulting and the Value-Driven Design Institute. He began his career as a manufacturing engineer at Procter & Gamble and an engineering manager at GE Aircraft Engines, where he designed the GE45 engine family. Dr. Collopy has written over 70 papers and has been cited over 1500 times. He earned his B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Ph.D. in Engineering-Economic Systems at Stanford University.
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Cihan H. Dagli is a Fellow of INCOSE and IISE; Life member of IEEE and a member of NDIA; and a Fellow of International Foundation for Production Research. He is Professor of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering at the Missouri University of Science and Technology. Dr. Dagli is the founder and Director of the Missouri S&T’s System Engineering graduate program. He is the director of Smart Engineering Systems Laboratory and a Senior Investigator in DoD Systems Engineering Research Center-URAC.
University of California, San Diego
Jon Wade, Ph.D., is a professor of practice at the Jacobs School of Engineering at the University of California at San Diego where he is currently designing transdisciplinary education and research programs oriented around the fundamental principles of contemporary closed-loop systems engineering design. Previously, Dr. Wade was a research professor in the School of Systems and Enterprises at the Stevens Institute of Technology where he also served as the chief technology officer of the Systems Engineering Research Center (SERC) UARC. His research interests include complex systems, future directions in systems engineering research and the use of technology in systems engineering and STEM education. clients; providing capability, adaptability, and scalability.
International Council on Systems Engineering
Students and staff of the Design Innovation team at CU Denver’s Comcast Media and Technology Center contributed to the design and development of the SEEE Portal.