|PHD, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR *|
|School: School of Systems & Enterprises|
|Research Center: Center for Complex Systems and Enterprises|
- Ph.D., Industrial Engineering, Georgia Tech
- M.S., Systems Engineering, University of Virginia
- B.S., Systems Engineering, University of Virginia
Michael Pennock is an Assistant Professor in the School of Systems and Enterprises at the Stevens Institute of Technology and a faculty member of the Center for Complex Systems and Enterprises. Michael’s research interests involve issues associated with the modeling of enterprise systems and systems of systems. Key challenges include the incorporation of economic factors into engineering models and the agency issues introduced by organizational structures within those systems. Application domains include national security and population health.
Michael has also worked as a senior systems engineer in various lead technical roles for the Northrop Grumman Corporation. He has experience in requirements development, system architecture, and model based systems engineering. He holds a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Systems Engineering from the University of Virginia.