CCSE Seminar Series: "Evolutions in Systems Governance Engineering" Adrian V. Gheorghe
Thursday, December 5, 2013 – 2:00 pm
Location: BC 221
Center for Complex Systems and Enterprises
Distinguished Lecture Series
Evolutions in Systems Governance Engineering. From Risk to Resilience Paradigm
Adrian V. Gheorghe, Batten Endowed Chair on System of Systems Engineering, Old Dominion University
Increasing complexity of socio – technical systems e.g. critical infrastructures brought into the discussion the emerging topics of governance and engineering systems. From risk governance to resilience governance, as operational concepts, is the result of the work, which took place in the last decade. The presentation aims at addressing the dynamics of systems evolution and associated performance metrics such as their vulnerability and resilience, by use of models extended from e.g. statistical physics, and more.
Adrian V. Gheorghe holds a M.Sc. Electrical / Power Engineering, Department of Power Engineering, Bucharest Polytechnic Institute, Romania, a Ph.D. Systems Science / Systems Engineering, City University, London, UK, an MBA, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, and a M.Sc. Engineering-Economics, Bucharest Polytechnic Institute. He is currently Professor of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering, and the Batten Endowed Chair on System of Systems Engineering, and Chair of the Department of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia.
The Center for Complex Systems and Enterprises (CCSE) focuses its research on four key domains – Healthcare Delivery, Financial Systems, Sustainable Energy, and National Security – from the lens of Complex Systems and Enterprises.