Engineering Experts

Stephen H. Richards

Director of Southeastern Transportation Center, Associate Research Professor for Center for Transportation Research

Stephen Richards is a nationally known expert in traffic safety, traffic engineering and operations, and highway design.

Lynne Parker

Associate Dean of Engineering, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Lynne Parker, associate dean in the Tickle College of Engineering and professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, conducts research in multi-robot systems, sensor networks, machine learning, and human-robot interaction.

H. Lee Martin

Professor of Practice

Lee Martin is an expert in entrepreneurship, particularly as it applies to technology and trends in that field, and virtual reality.

Xueping Li

Associate Professor, Co-Director of Health Information Technology and Simulation (HITS) Lab

Xueping Li is an expert in computer simulation and modeling, particularly as it pertains to healthcare.

John Kobza

Head and Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering

John Kobza is an expert in systems engineering, ranging from assembly lines to the efficiency of airport screening.

John Zhanhu Guo

Associate Professor in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering , Director of Integrated Composites Laboratory

John Zhanhu Guo is an expert in nanocomposites, particularly as they relate to energy, the environment and safety.

H. L. (Lee) Dodds Jr.

Professor Emeritus of Nuclear Engineering

Lee Dodds is a world-renown expert on energy production and safety, with a particular expertise in nuclear energy.

Mike Langston

Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Mike Langston is an expert in the advancement of graph theoretical algorithms, high performance computing and genome-scale data analytics.

Tyler Kress

Adjunct Professor

Tyler Kress uses safety, engineering, and medical methodologies to analyze injuries and accidents, vehicular safety and design, product liability, and occupational disorders.

James S. Plank

Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

James Plank is a professor of electrical engineering and computer science. His research focuses primarily on operating systems, storage systems, and fault-tolerant computing.