James H. Lambert

University of Virginia

 

 

Summary:

 

Š      President (2015-2016), Society for Risk Analysis (SRA), 2000 members from forty countries

Š      Chair, Fifth SRA World Congress on Risk “Development and Resilience” Cape Town, South Africa (2019)

Š      Editor, Springer book series Risk Systems & Decisions (since 2015)

Š      Editor-in-Chief, Springer journal Environment Systems & Decisions (since 2012)

Š      Area Editor, Wiley journal Risk Analysis (since 2012)

Š      Professor, Department of Engineering Systems and Environment (effective August 2018)

Š      Research Professor, Department of Systems and Information Engineering (2013-2018), University of Virginia

Š      Research Professor, Department of Engineering and Society (2015-2018), University of Virginia

Š      Associate Director, Center for Risk Management of Engineering Systems, University of Virginia (since 1999)

Š      Adjunct Professor, Engineering Operations Management, Department of Technology and Innovation, Faculty of Engineering, University of Southern Denmark (2018-2023)

Š      Adjunct Professor, School of Economics and Management, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (2016-2018)

Š      Fellow, IEEE (since 2017)

Š      Fellow, American Society of Civil Engineers (since 2013)

Š      Fellow, Society for Risk Analysis (since 2011)

Š      Diplomate, American Academy of Water Resources Engineers (since 2006)

Š      Licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.), Commonwealth of Virginia, USA (since 1999)

Š      2016 R.A. Glenn Best Paper Award, American Chemical Society (2016)

Š      Member, Standing Committee on Health Threats Resilience and Workforce Resilience, US National Academy of Medicine (2013-present)

Š      Member, Technical Advisory Council, Commonwealth Center for Advanced Logistics Systems (since 2013)

Š      Visiting Fellow, Chinese Academy of Sciences President’s International Fellowship Initiative, Beijing, China (2016)

Š      Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee, School of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Virginia (since 2015)

Š      Faculty Advisor, Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society, School of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Virginia (since 2015)

Š      Recipient of awards for best paper, graduate advising, sustainability outreach, editorial service, etc.

Š      Publications with > 3900 citations and h-index of 31 in Google Scholar

Š      Principal Investigator (PI) of 42 projects and a CoPI of 56 projects, with sponsors USACE, US FAA, USDOT, NSF, DOE, VDOT, VACIT, VA Tobacco Commission, Port of Virginia, others

Š      Several dozen invited or plenary talks in USA, Sweden, Italy, China, Brazil, Portugal, Spain, Germany, UAE, Australia, Japan, Taiwan, et al.

Š      Best Presentation Award, Society for Risk Analysis Third Nordic Chapter Conference, Espoo, Finland, November 2017 (presented by Heimir Thorisson Ph.D. student)

Š      Guest Editor (with Wu, Dolson, and Yang) Special issue of the International Journal of Production Research on “Engineering Management: Complex Product Manufacturing in the Intelligence-Connected Era” Receiving submissions in 2017-2018

Š      Site Director, NSF I/UCRC Center for Hardware and Embedded Systems Security and Trust (Planning Grant awarded February 2018)

Š      Founding Co-Chair, Social and Economic Security Technical Committee, IEEE Systems Man and Cybernetics Society (2017 – present)

 

(a)   Certifications

 

F.ASCE, F.SRA, F.IEEE, D.WRE, P.E., Ph.D.

 

2006                Diplomate, Water Resources Engineer (D.WRE), American Academy of Water Resources Engineers

1999-present    P.E., Professional Engineer, License No. 033203, Commonwealth of Virginia, USA

1990-1994       Ph.D., Civil Engineering. University of Virginia.

Co-Advisors: Prof. Yacov Y. Haimes, Department of Systems Engineering and Department of Civil Engineering, University of Virginia; Prof. Duan Li, Chair, Department of Systems Engineering, Chinese University of Hong Kong

1988-1990       M.S., Civil Engineering, Advisor: Prof. B.C. Yen, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Virginia

1984-1988       B.S.E., Mechanical Engineering, Certificate in Engineering Physics, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton University

 

(b) Employment

 

Continuous:

 

Effective Aug 2018     Professor, Dept. of Engineering Systems & Environment, University of Virginia

Aug 2013-Aug 2018   Research Professor, Dept. of Systems and Information Engineering, University of Virginia

Mar 2018-Feb 2023    Adjunct Professor of Engineering Operations Management, Department of Technology and Innovation, Faculty of Engineering, University of Southern Denmark

Oct 2016-Sep 2018     Adjunct Professor, School of Economics and Management, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences

Feb 2015-Jan 2018     Research Professor, Dept. of Engineering and Society, University of Virginia

Apr 1999-present        Associate Director, Center for Risk Management of Engineering Systems, University of Virginia

Aug 2003-Aug 2013   Research Associate Professor, Dept. of Systems and Information Engineering, University of Virginia

Aug 1996-Aug 2003   Research Assistant Professor of Systems and Information Engineering, University of Virginia

Jun 1994-Aug 1996    Research Associate, Center for Risk Management of Engineering Systems, University of Virginia

 

Consulting:

2017-2018       Instructor/course developer, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Workshop on engineering systems risk and resilience

2016                Consultant, The George Washington University, ABET engineering program accreditation, twenty hours

2016                Instructor/course developer, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Workshop on risk and resilience

2015-2017       Member, Domestic Scan, NCHRP 20-68A 14-02, National Cooperative Highway Research Program, Transportation Research Board of The National Academies, “Successful Intermodal Corridor Management Practices for Sustainable System Performance”

2013-present   Peer Reviewer, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Research proposals and final reports

2011-2012       Subject Matter Expert, NCHRP 20-68A Scan 10-01, National Cooperative Highway Research Program, Transportation Research Board of The National Academies, “Best Practices for Risk-Based Forecasts of Land Volatility for Corridor Management and Sustainable Communities”

2008-2009       Consultant, Diamond Power, Inc., Lynchburg, Virginia, Risk-cost-benefit analyses for various topics in the power generation industry

2007                Consultant, US Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile, Alabama Flood risk, decision, and planning

2005-2010       Contributing Scholar, and Instructor, Walden University, College of Management and Technology, Developed and taught two graduate courses

2005-2006       Consultant, Colorado State University, Risk Assessment Corporation, and Los Alamos National Laboratory, Risk analysis, communication, evaluation, and reduction,

2004-2006       Consultant, AVIR, LLC, and US Technical Support Working Group, Business analysis for low-cost monitor of toxic industrial chemicals

2004-2007       Consultant, E2, Inc., Charlottesville, VA, and US EPA Superfund and Removals Program, Benefits analysis

1992-1994       Consultant, Environmental Systems Modeling, Inc., Charlottesville, Virginia, Risk-based evaluation of flood warning and evacuation systems

 

(c) Awards/Distinctions

 

General

Š      2017 Election to Fellow, IEEE.

Š      2016 Visiting Fellowship, Chinese Academy of Sciences President’s International Fellowship Initiative, Beijing, China.

Š      2015 INFORMS Graduate Faculty Award of Excellence, UVa Chapter of the Institute for Operations Research and Management Science, and Department of Systems & Information Engineering, University of Virginia, USA.

Š      2015 Outstanding Reviewer, Elsevier journal Reliability Engineering & System Safety.

Š      2013 Election to Fellow, American Society of Civil Engineers.

Š      2013 Fellowship, National Science Foundation, Pan-American Advanced Studies Institute (PASI) on Modeling, Simulation and Optimization of Globalized Physical Distribution Systems. August 5-17, 2013.

Š      2012 Best Reviewer Award, Wiley journal Risk Analysis: An International Journal. Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, San Francisco, CA.

Š      2012 Paper Citations. Prof. Lambert’s papers received 4 of the 146 citations in: “Ten most important accomplishments in risk analysis 1980-2010” by M. Greenberg, C. Haas, A. Cox, K. Lowrie, K. McComas, and W. North. Risk Analysis 32(5): 771- 781 (2012).

Š      2011 Election to Fellow, Society for Risk Analysis.

Š      2011 Honorable Mention, Education and Outreach Sustainability Award, Society of American Military Engineers (SAME). Awarded to Engineer Research and Development Center of the US Army Corps of Engineers (I. Linkov), University of Virginia (J. Lambert), Arizona State University (T. Seager), and Bioengineering Group (W. Goldsmith) “For outstanding efforts to meet the goals of the Executive Order 13514 towards Education and Outreach” Joint Engineer Training Conference, SAME, St. Louis, MO, May 22-25, 2012; sameblog.org/wp-content/uploads/.../2012HonorsProgram-SM1.pdf; http://www.erdc.usace.army.mil/pls/erdcpub/www_welcome.navigation_page?tmp_next_page=10099854

Š      2006 Election to Diplomate, American Academy of Water Resources Engineers.

Š      2005 Commendation. Commonwealth of Virginia Secretary of Transportation, The Honorable Whittington Clement, for contributions to VTrans2025, the Statewide Multimodal Long-Range Transportation Plan.

Š      2001 Election to Sigma Xi scientific research honor society.

Š      2000 Election to Senior Member, IEEE.

Š      1999 Finalist for Mentor of the Year, University of Virginia Mentor Program, Office of African American Affairs.

Š      1993 National Science Foundation Travel Award, NATO Advanced Study Institute on Engineering Risk and Reliability in a Changing Physical Environment in Deauville, France.

Š      1992 Outstanding Graduate Student Award, Center for Risk Management of Engineering Systems, University of Virginia.

Š      1992 Election to Tau Beta Pi engineering honor society.

Š      1991 National Science Foundation Travel Award, NATO Advanced Study Institute on Risk and Reliability in Water Resources and Environmental Engineering, Porto Karras, Greece.

Š      1984 Valedictorian, Douglas S. Freeman High School, Henrico County Schools, Virginia.

Š      1983 National Merit Scholar Semifinalist.

Š      1983 First Place National Award “Get Away Special” Competition for Design of a NASA Shuttle Payload Experiment, American Chemical Society. Awarded to Douglas S. Freeman High School for microgravity electrophoresis experiment, H.E. Alberti, Faculty Advisor; James H. Lambert, Project Director and Science Club President (1983).

Š      1982 Individual First Place in Geometry. Richmond Regional Mathematics Contest. Sponsored by Virginia Commonwealth University and Richmond Area Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

 

Best-Paper Awards

Š      2018 Second Place Best Poster Award, Heimir Thorisson, Madison L. Hassler, Zachary A. Collier, and James H. Lambert. “Data analytics and enterprise risk management for operations of a container port” Engineering Systems and Environment Graduate Symposium, University of Virginia, February 23, 2018.

Š      2017 Best Presentation Award. H. Thorisson (presenting author) and J.H. Lambert. "Influence of risk scenarios in port operations on supply chain resilience" https://blogs.aalto.fi/risk2017/ Risk2017 Society for Risk Analysis Third Conference of the Nordic Chapter, Aalto University, Espoo, Finland, November 2-3, 2017.

Š      2017 Finalist for Best Poster Award, Ayedh Almutairi and James H. Lambert. “Modeling and Simulation of Capacity Expansion at a Major Container Port” University of Virginia Engineering Research Symposium (UVERS), April 30, 2017.

Š       2016 SRA Student Merit Award. H. Thorisson and J.H. Lambert.  “Requirements analysis and canonical formulation of a risk, safety, resilience, or security program” 2016 Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis. Foundational Issues in Risk Analysis Specialty Group. San Diego, CA.

Š       2016 R.A. Glenn Best Paper Award of the American Chemical Society. L.M. Colosi, E. Connelly, A.F. Clarens, J.H. Lambert. Algae biofuel production strategies: What have we learned from LCA and TEA and what does it mean? Proceedings of the American Chemical Society National Meeting and Exposition. August 16-20, 2015. Boston, MA.

Š       2015 SRA Student Merit Award. Connelly E.C., Lambert, J.H., Clarens, A.F., Colosi, L.M. Risk-based technology roadmap for al_ternative fuels. 2015 Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis. Decision Analysis and Risk Specialty Group. Arlington, VA USA.

Š      2015 Best Paper Award. Christopher H. Merrill, Vincent H. Lam, Maxwell J. Van Vleet, Murat S. Chatti, Madeleine C. Brannon, Elizabeth B. Connelly, James H. Lambert, David Slutzky, John S. Wheeler. Modeling and simulation of fleet vehicle batteries for integrated logistics and grid services. 2015 IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium. Booz Allen Hamilton Decisions and Systems Modeling Track.

Š      2014 SRA Student Merit Award. Connelly, E.B., J.H. Lambert, J.H., A.F. Clarens, L.M. Colosi. Risk analysis methods as roadmap for engineering innovations. 2014 Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis. Engineering and Infrastructure Specialty Group. Denver, Colorado. December 2014.

Š      2011 Best Paper Award. Travis S. Meyer, Joseph Z. Muething, Gustavo Amoras Souza Lima, Breno Raemy Rangel Torres, Jose Orlando Gomes, and James H. Lambert. Decision support system interface design for radiological emergency response coordination in Brazil. 2011 IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium. Lockheed Martin Human Factors Track.

Š      2010 SRA Student Merit Award. Shital A. Thekdi and J.H. Lambert. 2010 Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis. Risk analysis of land development adjacent to infrastructure corridors. Salt Lake City, Utah.

Š      2010 Best Paper Award. Galle K, Ale J, Hossain M, Moliterno M, Rowell M, Revenko N, Rogerson E, Tucker S, Crowther K, Lambert JH, and Haimes YY. Risk-based airport selection for runway safety assessments through the development and application of systems-driven prioritization methodologies. 2010 IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium. Risk Analysis and Human Factors Track.

Š      2009 Honorable Mention, SRA Student Merit Award. C.W Karvetski and J.H. Lambert. Risk and scenario analysis for energy systems decision making. 2009 Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis. Baltimore, MD.

Š      2008 Best Student Paper. M. Kersh, A. Saqib, M. Schroeder, W. Williams, and J.H. Lambert. Scenario-based planning with a survey of regional impacts of statewide multimodal transportation policies. Paper Competition of the Roanoke Valley Area Metropolitan Planning Organization. The students donated half of their $1000 cash award the UVa Engineering Foundation.

Š      2007 SRA Student Merit Award. N.N. Joshi and J.H. Lambert. Diversification of engineering infrastructure investments for emergent technical and programmatic risks. 2007 Annual Meeting, Society for Risk Analysis. San Antonio, TX.

Š      2006 Best Student Paper in Transportation Safety. N.N. Joshi and J.H. Lambert. Safety and equity considerations for the prioritization of highway projects. 55th Virginia Transportation Conference. Roanoke, VA.

Š      2006 Best Student Paper in Transportation Policy. A.S. Linthicum and J.H. Lambert. Analysis of demographic data to examine multimodal investment potential of Virginia statewide transportation corridors.  55th Virginia Transportation Conference. Roanoke, VA.

Š       2003 Best Paper Award. Deans, R.L.; Miller, A.R.; Murrill, J.K.; Sanders, J.R.; Turley, T.C.; Lambert, J.H.; Bridewell, T.A.; Cottrell, B.H. Screening needs for roadway lighting by exposure assessment and site parameters. 2003 IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium. Lockheed Martin Infrastructure Protection and Security Track.

 

 

(d) Graduate Students

 

Ph.D. Student and Post-Doc Awards (Best-paper awards with students are in a section above)

 

2018-2019 Volkswagen Group of North America Fellowship. Heimir Thorisson. School of Engineering and Applied Science. University of Virginia.

2018 Louis T. Rader Outstanding Graduate Student Award. Department of Systems and Information Engineering. Zachary A. Collier. University of Virginia.

2018 Heimir Thorisson inducted to Raven Society, University of Virginia.

2017 Best Reviewer Award. Wiley journal Risk Analysis. Awarded to my postdoctoral fellow and Research Scientist Dr. Alexander A. Ganin. Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis. Arlington, VA, December 10-13, 2017.

2017 Student Travel Award. Travel support for Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting. Zachary A. Collier. Arlington, VA, December 10-13, 2017.

2017 Student Travel Award. Registration and Attendance for INFORMS Student Leadership Conference. Heimir Thorisson. Baltimore, Maryland. April 21-22, 2017.

2017-2018 Volkswagen Group of North America Fellowship. Zachary A. Collier. School of Engineering and Applied Science. University of Virginia.

2016 Best Poster Award at Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting, Awarded to Post-Doc Research Scientist Dr. Alexander A. Ganin. San Diego, CA USA. December 13, 2016.

2016 SERC Doctoral Students Forum—Invited Presentation. Heimir Thorisson. Systems Engineering Research Center. Washington DC. November 16, 2016.

2016 Louis T. Rader Outstanding Graduate Student Award, Elizabeth B. Connelly. Dept. of Systems & Information Engineering, University of Virginia.

2016 Louis T. Rader Outstanding Graduate Student Service Award, Heimir Thorisson. Dept. of Systems & Information Engineering, University of Virginia.

2016 Leadership Award, Heimir Thorisson, International Studies Office, University of Virginia.

2016 UVa Public Days. Elizabeth B. Connelly. Selected as one of seventy-five graduate students across the University to exhibit research. Office of the President. University of Virginia. March 2016.

2014-2016 Fulbright Scholar, US Department of State. Heimir Thorisson

2014-2015 Graduate Research Award, Public-Sector Aviation IssuesElizabeth B. Connelly. US Federal Aviation Administration, administered by Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) and Federal Aviation Administration, Transportation Research Board. 2014-2015.

2014-2015 ARCS Foundation Scholar Award, University of Virginia. Elizabeth B. Connelly 2014-2015.

2014 Louis T. Rader Outstanding Graduate Student Award, Michelle C. Hamilton. Dept. of Systems & Information Engineering, University of Virginia.

2014 Ruthie Oxford Memorial Award, Junrui Xu. Department of Systems & Information, University of Virginia

2014 Louis T. Rader Outstanding Graduate Service Award. Elizabeth B. Connelly. Department of Systems and Information Engineering, University of Virginia.

2012 Louis T. Rader Outstanding Graduate Student Award. Shital A. Thekdi. Dept. of Systems & Information Engineering, University of Virginia.

2012 Ruthie Oxford Memorial Award, Shital A. Thekdi. Department of Systems & Information, University of Virginia

2011-2014 Recipient of US DoD SMART Fellowship. Michelle C. Hamilton.

2011 Louis T. Rader Outstanding Graduate Student Award,  Christopher J. Karvetski. Dept. of Systems & Information Engineering, University of Virginia.

2010-2011 Recipient of Postdoctoral Fellowship from Mexico national science agency CONACYT to work with Prof. Lambert at University of Virginia. Lauro J. Martinez.

2007 Honorable Mention, Nilesh N. Joshi for the Louis T. Rader Outstanding Graduate Student Award. Dept. of Systems & Information Engineering, University of Virginia.

 

Advisor to Ph.D. Students

 

1.     Cody Pennetti (Expected 2020)

2.     Daniel J. Andrews (Expected 2020)

3.     Marwan Alsultan (Expected 2019)

4.     Thorisson, Heimir (Expected 2018)

5.     Collier, Zachary A.  (2018) Schedule Management with Disruptions of System Purpose, Structure, and Function.

6.     Almutairi, Ayedh (2017) Stakeholder Mapping and Enterprise Resilience, with Application to Mobile Smart Grid and Automated Container Port. Employment: Assistant Professor, Kuwait University.

7.     Connelly, Elizabeth B. (Co-Advisor with L. Colosi and A. Clarens) (2016). Risk, Scenario, and Lifecycle Systems Analysis for Aviation and other Biofuels. Employment: Post Doc, National Renewable Energy Laboratory. Golden, Colorado, USA.

8.     Hamilton, Michelle C. (2014). Scenario-Based Preferences in Risk Analysis and Systems Engineering: Evolution through Time Frames. Former employment: US Army Geospatial Research Laboratory. Alexandria, Virginia, USA. Current: Data science consulting, Charlottesville VA, USA

9.     Xu, Junrui (2014). Heterogeneous Data Uncertainties in Risk Management of a Multiscale Transportation Program. Recipient of the 2014 Ruthie Oxford Memorial Award, Department of Systems & Information, University of Virginia. Employment: Linkedin (in 2017), Expedia, San Francisco, CA; Capital One, Charlotte, NC.

10.  You, Haowen (2013). Priority Setting and Integrated Assessment of Transportation System Vulnerabilities to Deep Uncertainties. MicroStrategy, Inc., Business Intelligence Platforms. Washington D.C. USA.

11.  Hugine, Akilah (Co-Advisor with S. Guerlain) (2013). Improving Relative Perception Judgments in Hierarchical Data Visualizations. Employment: Senior Researcher, State Farm Insurance, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

12.  Thekdi, Shital A. (2012) Risk of Land Development for Infrastructure Corridors. Employment: Associate Professor of Management, Robins School of Business, University of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia, USA.

13.  Teng, Kuei-Yung (2012) Canonical Form and Methodology for Risk Policy Programs. Employment: Formerly Assistant Professor of Computer Engineering, Chung-Cheng Institute of Technology, National Defense University, Taiwan. Now DHL Logistics Corporation, Taiwan.

14.  Karvetski, Christopher W. (2011) Emergent and Future Conditions and Multicriteria Analysis. Employment: Bank of America, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA; formerly Assistant Professor (non-T3), Department of Mathematical Sciences, George Mason University, Virginia, USA.

15.  Joshi, Nilesh N.  (2007) Diversification of Infrastructure Investments for Risk of Extreme Events. Employment: Associate Professor, Department of Engineering Management and Industrial Engineering, Morehead State University, Kentucky, USA.

16.  Martinez, Lauro J. (2007) Decision Making and Path Diagrams (2007). Employment: Lecturer, Universidad de Anahuac, Mexico City, Mexico, and Lecturer/Adjunct Professor teaching stochastic systems and supply chain management at Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Mexico.

17.  Pinto, C. Ariel (2002). Configuration of Priority Systems Vulnerable to Extreme Events. Associate Employment: Professor of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering, Old Dominion University. Norfolk, Virginia, USA. Pinto is co-author with Paul Garvey of a CRC Press book on risk analysis and enterprise systems.[1]  Formerly Post-Doctoral Fellow at Carnegie Mellon University

18.  Olsen, J. Rolf (Co-Advisor with Y. Haimes) (1999). Risk Management of a Distributed System of Flood Protection under Nonstationary Conditions. Employment: Research Scientist, Institute for Water Resources, US Army Corps of Engineers. Program Leader of USACE responses to climate change.

19.  Frohwein, Hendrik (Co-Advisor with Y. Haimes) (1999). Risk of Extreme Events in Decision Trees. Employment: The Bosch Group, Germany.

20.  Wang, Ganghuai (Co-Advisor with Y. Haimes) (1997). Theoretical Foundations of the Partitioned Multiobjective Risk Method for Extreme Events. Employment: MITRE Corporation, McLean VA, USA.

 

M.S. Student Awards (Best-paper awards with students are in a section above)

 

2018 Madison L. Hassler selected as the graduation speaker, Department of Systems & Information Engineering, University of Virginia, May 2018.

2017-2018 US DoD SMART Scholarship. Madison L. Hassler. Will join Headquarters US Air Force, Pentagon, Washington DC.

2017 Student Travel Award. Travel support for Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting. Madison L. Hassler. Arlington, VA, December 10-13, 2017.

2011 Distinguished Service Award to Ellen C. Rogerson. Department of Systems and Information Engineering, University of Virginia

2011 Northrop Grumman Award and Internship to Ellen C. Rogerson that included a $4,000 cash award to the University of Virginia.

2007-2008 Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship to Alexander S. Linthicum. US Department of Transportation.

 

M.S. students

 

1.     Hollenback, Kelsey (expected 2020).

2.     Hassler, Madison L. (2018). Multi-Perspective Scenario-Based Preferences in Enterprise Risk Analysis of Public Safety Wireless Broadband Network. Currently employed by US Air Force Headquarters, Pentagon, Washington DC.

3.     Thorisson, Heimir (2016). Resilience Analytics with Emergent and Future Conditions with Application to Afghanistan Power Grid. Currently my Ph.D. student.

4.     Connelly, Elizabeth B. (2013). Identifying Scenarios of Influence to Priority-Setting: Rio de Janeiro Disaster Management and Commonwealth of Virginia Biojet Fuels. Subsequently my Ph.D. student and currently employed by National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Colorado.

5.     Johns, Alexander  (2013). Demographic Factors for Prioritization of Airport Safety Audits.

6.     Parlak, Ayse (2011). Behavior Implications For Preparedness For Radiological Emergencies; Subsequently a Ph.D. student at Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Pittsburgh.

7.     Rogerson, Ellen (2011). Multicriteria Factors and Program Efficiency in Runway Safety; Recipient of 2011 Distinguished Service Award, Department of Systems and Information Engineering, University of Virginia; In addition, Northrop Grumman presented to her a national award and internship that included a $4,000 cash award to the SEAS/UVa; Currently employed by Northrop Grumman.

8.     Hamilton, Michelle  (2010). Risk Analysis for Energy Security and Islanding of Military Installations; Recipient of 2012-2014 DoD SMART Fellowship for Ph.D. studies.

9.     Schroeder, Matthew (2009). Scenario-Based Multimodal Transportation Planning; Head of Cyber Threat Management; Gap, Inc., San Francisco, CA.

10.  Linthicum, Alexander (2008). Multimodal Transportation Systems Integration, Awarded Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship for his UVa graduate studies; Cambridge Systematics, Inc., Massachusetts, currently Volpe Center, USDOT, Cambridge MA.

11.  Farrington, Mark (2007). Risk-Based Allocation of Hazard Protection, Co-Owner/Founder of Harmony Home Theaters, Inc., for audio/video consulting. Currently employee at Capital One.

12.  Schulte, Benjamin (2006). Risk-Incident Anomaly Detection with Multivariate Process Control; formerly Fair Isaac Corporation, California; currently Director, Machine Learning and Data Engineering, Meetup Inc.

13.  Jennings, Rachel (2005). Risk Identification in Business Process Models, PRA, Inc.

14.  Wadie, Shadie (2005). Cost Effectiveness Analysis of Multimodal Transportation Systems, management consulting, Washington , D.C.

15.  Moutoux, Richard (2004). Hurricane Recovery Priorities for a Highway Network, continued education at University of Colorado, Currently employed by Booz Allen Hamilton.

16.  Peterson, Kenneth (2004). Comparison Tool for Transportation Multimodal Investments, Currently employed by Northrop Grumman Corp.

17.  Sarda, Priya (2004). Process Control of Risk Scenarios with Superposition of Networks, US Federal Highway Administration.

18.  Rahman, Faheem (Co-Advisor with P. Beling) (2003) Contingency Planning for Superfund Site Remediation and Reuse, management consulting firm.

19.  Turley, Thomas (2003). Safety-Based Warrants for Roadway Lighting, engineering consulting firm, Strasbourg, France.

20.  Tsang, Joshua (2001). Risk of Extreme Events Analysis for Design of Innovative Lock Walls, US Army Corps of Engineers, Ft. Belvoir, VA.

21.  Baker, Jeffrey (2000). Multiple Factors in Selection of a Portfolio of Highway Improvement Projects, US Navy.

22.  Handal, Claudia (Co-Advisor with Y. Haimes) (2000). Sequential Decision Making for Response to Hurricane Forecasts by a Highway Agency, engineering consulting, Honduras.

23.  Fellows, James (Co-Advisor with Y. Haimes) (1998) Framework for Risk Assessment and Management of an Automated Highway System, engineering consulting.

24.  Curry, Richard (Co-Advisor with Y. Haimes) (1996) Comparison of Models Evaluating Automobile Safety Features, management consulting.

 

M.E. Students (Project Advisor)

 

1.     Quenum, Armand (2015) Quantifying the Strategic Resilience in Information Technology Investments for Government Agencies

2.     Wheeler, William (2013) Risk of Counterfeit Electronic Devices in Supply Chains for Energy Systems.

 

Others

 

(e) Undergraduate Theses Advised

 

Undergraduate Student Awards (Best-paper awards with students are in a section above)

 

Finalist, 2017 SEAS Undergraduate Research and Design Symposium. University of Virginia. Joseph C. Sweeney, Matthew C. Ledwith, Daniel S. Costello, Jessica S. Lin, David N. Brown, Timothy R. Leimbach, Mackenzie P. Gotsch. Deployment of advanced bidirectional chargers to lower total cost of ownership of electric-vehicle fleets.

 

Finalist, 2016 SEAS Undergraduate Research and Design Symposium. University of Virginia. Samantha Kritzer, Tamara Rykal, Michelle Stone, John Parmer, Joe Fitzsimmons, Vishnu Muthiah. Forecasting resource availability of electric vehicle fleets for power grid services.

 

Finalist, 2015 SEAS Undergraduate Research and Design Symposium. University of Virginia. Christopher H. Merrill, Vincent H. Lam, Maxwell J. Van Vleet, Murat S. Chatti. Modeling and simulation of fleet vehicle batteries for integrated logistics and grid services.

 

Finalist, 2014 SEAS Undergraduate Research and Design Symposium. University of Virginia. Yue Bi, Daniel Codeluppi, Nelson Fu, Cherie Magennis, Akira Powell, and Samuel Sisto. Reducing Dimensionality to Interpret Large Datasets: Systems and Risk Analysis in Transportation Corridor Planning.

 

2nd Place Award (of approximately 500 fourth-year theses), Andrew Watson, Identifying and managing transportation corridor access for economic development, safety, and land use decision making. Undergraduate Research and Design Symposium, School of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Virginia, May 2012.

 

Finalist (Top Ten), D. Streufert, J. Perry, I. Estripeaut. J. Benbenaste, A. Aliberti, and S. Choi. Business process modeling for a highway agency. Undergraduate Research and Design Symposium, School of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Virginia, May 2005.

 

 

Undergraduate students

 

1.     Kurt W. Diduch (2018) Statistical analysis of building energy load profiles to assess site-specific feasibility of demand charge management.

2.     Andrew H. Kim (2018) Statistical analysis of building energy load profiles to assess site-specific feasibility of demand charge management.

3.     Stephen Bryson Lockett (2018) Statistical analysis of building energy load profiles to assess site-specific feasibility of demand charge management.

4.     Jack Mitchell O’Rourke IV (2018) Statistical analysis of building energy load profiles to assess site-specific feasibility of demand charge management.

5.     Trisha Sinha (2018) Statistical analysis of building energy load profiles to assess site-specific feasibility of demand charge management.

6.     Isabelle A. Walton  (2018). Louis T. Rader Outstanding Undergraduate Student Award. Dept. of Systems and Information Engineering. University of Virginia. Employer: McKinsey and Company.

7.     Joseph C. Sweeney (2017). Deployment of advanced bidirectional chargers to lower total cost of ownership of electric-vehicle fleets.

8.     Matthew C. Ledwith (2017). Deployment of advanced bidirectional chargers to lower total cost of ownership of electric-vehicle fleets. Employer: US Air Force.

9.     Daniel S. Costello (2017). Deployment of advanced bidirectional chargers to lower total cost of ownership of electric-vehicle fleets.

10.  Jessica S. Lin (2017). Deployment of advanced bidirectional chargers to lower total cost of ownership of electric-vehicle fleets.

11.  David N. Brown (2017). Deployment of advanced bidirectional chargers to lower total cost of ownership of electric-vehicle fleets.

12.  Timothy R. Leimbach (2017). Deployment of advanced bidirectional chargers to lower total cost of ownership of electric-vehicle fleets. Employer: Agillitics, Washington DC.

13.  Mackenzie P. Gotsch (2017). Deployment of advanced bidirectional chargers to lower total cost of ownership of electric-vehicle fleets. Employer: NetSuite, formerly Acquia, Boston, MA.

14.  Kritzer, Samantha (2016). Vehicle-to-Grid Technology for Advanced Logistics Systems. Employer: Deloitte.

15.  Rykal, Tamara (2016). Vehicle-to-Grid Technology for Advanced Logistics Systems.

16.  Stone, Michelle (2016). Vehicle-to-Grid Technology for Advanced Logistics Systems. Employer: Deloitte.

17.  Parmer, John (2016). Vehicle-to-Grid Technology for Advanced Logistics Systems.

18.  Fitzsimmons, Joe (2016). Vehicle-to-Grid Technology for Advanced Logistics Systems.

19.  Muthiah, Vishnu. (2016). Vehicle-to-Grid Technology for Advanced Logistics Systems.

20.  Chowdhury, Ahsan (2015). Portfolio Risk Management for Transportation Agency Programs.

21.  Loulakis, Charles (2015). Portfolio Risk Management for Transportation Agency Programs. Employer: Altria.

22.  Chen, Lily (2015) Portfolio Risk Management for Transportation Agency Programs. Employer: Deloitte.

23.  Ownes, Michael (2015). Portfolio Risk Management for Transportation Agency Programs. Employer: Microsoft.

24.  Merrill, Hunter (2015). Systems Integration and Risk Analysis of Vehicle-to-Grid Technologies. Employer: Microsoft.

25.  Van Vleet, Max (2015). Systems Integration and Risk Analysis of Vehicle-to-Grid Technologies. Employer: Clark Construction.

26.  Chatti, Murat (2015). Systems Integration and Risk Analysis of Vehicle-to-Grid Technologies. Employer: Comscore.

27.  Lam, Vincent (2015). Systems Integration and Risk Analysis of Vehicle-to-Grid Technologies.

28.  Bi, Yue (2014). Reducing Dimensionality to Interpret Large Datasets: Systems and Risk Analysis in Transportation Corridor Planning. Employer: Ernst and Young.

29.  Codeluppi, Daniel (2014). Reducing Dimensionality to Interpret Large Datasets: Systems and Risk Analysis in Transportation Corridor Planning. Employer: PricewaterhouseCoopers.

30.  Fu, Nelson (2014). Reducing Dimensionality to Interpret Large Datasets: Systems and Risk Analysis in Transportation Corridor Planning. Employer: Booz Allen Hamilton.

31.  Magennis, Cherie (2014). Reducing Dimensionality to Interpret Large Datasets: Systems and Risk Analysis in Transportation Corridor Planning. Employer: Captech.

32.  Powell, Akira (2014). Reducing Dimensionality to Interpret Large Datasets: Systems and Risk Analysis in Transportation Corridor Planning. Employer: Graduate student at University of Alabama.

33.  Sisto, Samuel (2014). Reducing Dimensionality to Interpret Large Datasets: Systems and Risk Analysis in Transportation Corridor Planning. Employer: Accenture.

34.  Kampmann, Molly (2013). Brazil Emergency Response Coordination in Rio de Janeiro Distressed Populations with Virtual Reality Behavior Analysis. Employer: Deloitte.

35.  Del Rosario, Trystyn (2013). Emergency Response Coordination in Rio de Janeiro Distressed Populations with Virtual Reality Behavior Analysis. Employer: Microsoft Corporation.

36.  McGrath, Joseph P. (2013). Emergency Response Coordination in Rio de Janeiro Distressed Populations with Virtual Reality Behavior Analysis. Employer: JP Morgan Chase.

37.  Provenzano Cannabrava, Marcos (2013). Emergency Response Coordination in Rio de Janeiro Distressed Populations with Virtual Reality Behavior Analysis. UFRJ Brazil student. Employer: Eleva Educaćčo.

38.  Kaufman Bittencourt, Bernardo (2013). Emergency Response Coordination in Rio de Janeiro Distressed Populations with Virtual Reality Behavior Analysis UFRJ Brazil student. Employer: MIND Estudos e Projetos.

39.  Bandeira Ribeiro, Bernardo (2013). Emergency Response Coordination in Rio de Janeiro Distressed Populations with Virtual Reality Behavior Analysis (UFRJ Brazil student.

40.  Fitzsimmons, John (2012). Land Development Risk Analysis for Multimodal Transportation Corridors.

41.  George, Zubin (2012). Land Development Risk Analysis for Multimodal Transportation Corridors. Employer: Zurich North America.

42.  Hemminger, Natasha (2012). Land Development Risk Analysis for Multimodal Transportation Corridors. Employer: Booz Allen Hamilton.

43.  Mackenzie, John. Land Development Risk Analysis for Multimodal Transportation Corridors (2012). Employer: Incentive Technology Group, LLC.

44.  Rinehart, Phillip (2012). Land Development Risk Analysis for Multimodal Transportation Corridors. Employer: Booz Allen Hamilton.

45.  Watson, Andrew (2012). Identifying and Managing Transportation Corridor Access for Economic Development, Safety, and Land Use Decision Making. 2nd Place in the UVa SEAS Undergraduate Research and Design Symposium. Employer: Bates White Economic Consulting.

46.  Meyer, Travis (2011). Decision Support System Interface Design for Radiological Emergency Response Coordination in Brazil. Employer: [Co-Founder of] Sift; formerly Deloitte Consulting.

47.  Muething, Joseph (2011). Decision Support System Interface Design for Radiological Emergency Response Coordination in Brazil. Employer: Videology Group.

48.  Amoras Souza, Gustavo (2011). Decision Support System Interface Design for Radiological Emergency Response Coordination in Brazil.

49.  Raemy, Breno (2011). Radiological Emergency Response Planning for Brazil: Cognitive Analysis.

50.  Aguilar, Juan de Dios (2011). Risk-Based Adaptive Management for Future Land Development Adjacent to Critical Transportation Infrastructure Systems. Employer: Graduate student at Harvard Business School; formerly Boston Consulting Group.

51.  Giorgis, Matthew (2011). Risk-Based Adaptive Management for Future Land Development Adjacent to Critical Transportation Infrastructure Systems. Employer: Deloitte.

52.  Thanarat, Preut (2011). Risk-Based Adaptive Management for Future Land Development Adjacent to Critical Transportation Infrastructure Systems. Employer: Mahasarakham University, Thailand.

53.  Gude, Michael (2011). Risk-Based Adaptive Management for Future Land Development Adjacent to Critical Transportation Infrastructure Systems. Employer: SunTrust Bank; formerly Bank of America, The MITRE Corporation.

54.  Walcoff, Caitlin (2011). Risk-Based Adaptive Management for Future Land Development Adjacent to Critical Transportation Infrastructure Systems. Employer: Strategy& (member of PwC network of firms).

55.  Lerner, Natalia (2011). Radiological Emergency Response Plans for Brazil: Compliance with IAEA Requirements. Employer: Accenture Technology Solutions; formerly SAIC, Visagio, HNTB.

56.  Lynch, Annelise (2011). Radiological Emergency Response Plans for Brazil: Compliance with IAEA Requirements. Employer: Analytics8, Chicago, IL.

57.  Morgan, Whitney (2010). Identifying Climate and other Scenarios that Influence the Performance of Coastal Infrastructure Projects in Alaska. Employer: Brain Research Foundation (venture capital and private equity, NYC); formerly MBA student at University of Chicago.

58.  Murray, Alan (2010). Identifying Climate and other Scenarios that Influence the Performance of Coastal Infrastructure Projects in Alaska. Employer: SNL Financial, Charlottesville, VA.

59.  Pillutla, Sandeep (2010). Identifying Climate and other Scenarios that Influence the Performance of Coastal Infrastructure Projects in Alaska. Employer: Incentive Technology Group, Virginia Commonwealth University.

60.  Policastro, Christopher (2010). Identifying Climate and other Scenarios that Influence the Performance of Coastal Infrastructure Projects in Alaska. Employer: [Senior Consultant at] Sogeti; formerly Tribal Fusion, an Exponential divion.

61.  Young, Amber (2010). Identifying Climate and other Scenarios that Influence the Performance of Coastal Infrastructure Projects in Alaska. Employer: Booz Allen Hamilton.

62.  Javed, Owais (2009). Scenario-Based Planning for Afghanistan Civil Infrastructure Systems. Employer: [Senior Software Engineer at] MicroStrategy.

63.  Reaves, Dan (2009). Scenario-Based Planning for Afghanistan Civil Infrastructure Systems. Employer: MBA student at Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management Class of 2015; formerly NASCAR, Intersport, Deloitte.

64.  Melnick, Max (2009). Scenario-Based Planning for Afghanistan Civil Infrastructure Systems (2009). Employer: [Senior Consultant at] Deloitte Consulting.

65.  Todd, J.W. (2009). Scenario-Based Planning for Afghanistan Civil Infrastructure Systems.

66.  Kersh, Megan (2008). Multimodal Transportation Scenario-Based Planning. Employer: [Manager at] Accenture.

67.  Saqib, Asad (2008). Survey of MPOs for Scenario-Based Planning. Employer: Merkle; formerly MBA from Harvard University, 10Pearls, Assurety Consulting, Inc., IBM Global Services.

68.  Schroeder, Matthew (2008). Methodology for Scenario-Based Planning for Transportation Policies. Employer: [Senior Information Security Analyst at] Visa [San Fransciso]; formerly Booz Allen Hamilton, graduate student at University of Virginia.

69.  Williams, Ward (2008). Impacts of Statewide Policies for Scenario-Based Multimodal Transportation Planning. Employer: [Security & Technology Risk Services Consultant at] Slalom Consulting [Houston, TX].

70.  Kim, Elmer (2008). Fauquier County Corridors Vulnerable to Land Development. Employer: [User Experience Engineer at] IBM. [San Jose, CA].

71.  Kincaid, Luke R. (2008). Factors Affecting Access Management in Rural Transportation Corridors.

72.  Rash. Stephanie M.  (2008). Cost of Corridor Protection for Fauquier County Transportation Corridors. Employer: Accenture [South Carolina].

73.  Schmidt, Gavin (2008). GIS-Based Analysis of Road Corridors Vulnerable to Development (2008).

74.  Kamatu, Njeri (Josephine) (2007). Transit System Maps for Performance Analysis. [Civil Engineer at] KenGen, Kenya.

75.  Hutchins, Tom (2007). Transit System Maps for Performance Analysis (2007). Employer: [manager of Supply Chain Strategy at] Coyote Logistics, Chicago; formerly MBA at Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management; Accenture, Navigant.

76.  Wagner, Andrew (2007). Transit System Maps for Performance Analysis (2007). Employer: Accenture—Bureau of Land Management [Golden, Colorado].

77.  Hashmani, Anita (2006) Benefits Estimation of Highway Crashes Avoided with Uncertainty. Employer: [Lead Associate at] Booz Allen Hamilton.

78.  Annes, Brian (2006) Lifecycle Cost Estimation of Highway Projects with Uncertainty (2006). Employer: [Editor-in-Chief at] Wyoming Law Review, law student; and Director of Finance and Operations at Fight Forever Foundation.

79.  Parrish, Michael (2006). Benefits Estimation of Highway Travel Time Savings with Uncertainty. Employer: [Business Analyst at] Fannie Mae [Financial services].

80.  Carpenter, Nicole A. (2006). Benefits Estimation of Highway Emissions Avoided with Uncertainty.

81.  Streufert, Daniel (2005). Business Process Model for Urban Programs in Highway Construction. Employer: [Systems Engineer at] General Dynamics AIS; formerly M.S. from Johns Hopkins University.

82.  Perry, James. Business Process Model for Secondary Roads Transportation Programs (2005). Employer: [Lead Associate at] Booz Allen Hamilton [Washington DC].

83.  Estripeaut. Isabel (2005). Business Process Model for Regional Organizations in Transportation Planning. Employer: [VP Marketing and International Offices at] Overseas Management Company, Panama; formerly M.B.A. Duke University Fuqua School of Business.

84.  Benbenaste, Jef (2005). Coordination of Information Technology Applications in Highway Planning/Programming. Employer: [Senior Manager at] Business Analytics [NYC]; formerly MBA at MIT Sloan School of Management.

85.  Aliberti, Andrea (2005). Business Process Model for Information Technology Applications in Highway Planning/Programming (2005). Employer: [Owner at] Enriko Aliberti [automotive Izmir, Turkey]; formerly KPMG Advisory.

86.  Choi, S. Business Process Model for MPOs Involved in Highway Planning/Programming (2005).

87.  Lockhart, Tamika A. Multimodal Transportation Plan for Virginia (2004).

88.  Copperman, Rachel (2004). Multimodal Transportation Plan for Virginia. Employer: Cambridge Systematics [Austin, TX]; formerly Ph.D. University of Texas at Austin.

89.  Ewalt, Ryan (2004). Multimodal Transportation Plan for Virginia. [Manager, Enrollment Services at] Unum; formerly Volkswagen of America Inc.; Downes Associates; MPA University of North Carolina.

90.  Devlin, Michael P. (2004). Multimodal Transportation Plan for Virginia. Employer: [Group Functions Controller at] Volkswagen of America, Inc.; formerly Hilton Worldwide; Accenture; MBA Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management; Booz Allen Hamilton.

91.  Tiffany, Ryan (2004). Business Process Model of Highway Construction Program. Employer: [Vice President at] Flag Capital Management [Boston]; formerly Alliance Consulting Group.

92.  Issadore, Eric (2004) Business Process Model of Highway Construction Program. Employer: [Associate at] Ropes & Gray LLP; formerly J.D. Villanova University School of Law.

93.  Smith, Rory T. (2004). Business Process Model of Highway Construction Program.

94.  Deans, Raynelle (2003). Roadway Lighting: Data Analysis of Hampton Roads Unlighted Sections. Employer: [President at] Abex Systems [Washington DC]; formerly MBA University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Business; Booz Allen Hamilton.

95.  Murrill, Jennifer K. (2003). Roadway Lighting: Data Analysis of Northern Virginia Unlighted Sections. Employer: [Operation Research/Cost Analysis at] Northrop Grumman; Winner of Eighth Annual (2007) Women in Technology Leadership Award presented by Women in Technology (WIT).

96.  Miller, A.R. (2003). Roadway Lighting: Data Analysis of Unlighted Intersections in the Richmond, Virginia Area.

97.  Sanders, James R. (2003). Study of Exposure Variables Relevant to Roadway Lighting Needs. Employer: SRP & Exercise Program Manager [Pearl Harbor, HI]; formerly Capstone Corporation; United States Navy.

98.  Barrett, Brister. Multimodal System Prioritization with Virginia Port Authority (2003). Employer: Portfolio Risk Analyst at] Southeastern Asset Management, Inc.; formerly [First Vice President at] Morgan Keegan

99.  Cowden, David (2003). Multimodal System Prioritization with Virginia Intercity Rail and Rail-Freight Projects.

100.   Ali Ba-ali, Mohammed. (2003). Multimodal System Prioritization with Virginia Department of Aviation (2003)

101.   Zane, Jared (2003). Multimodal System Prioritization with Virginia Transit Projects (2003). Employer: [Senior Counsel at] The Dow Chemical Company [Philadelphia]; formerly J.D., Duke University School of Law.

102.   Callender, Raynelle N. (2002). Revised Warrants for Roadway Lighting. Employer: Habitat for Humanity; formerly Oracle Corporation; Rolls-Royce North America.

103.   Aronin, Max (2002). Benefit-Cost Evaluation of Roadway Lighting. Employer: Director, IT Solutions Practice, ServiceNow, Inc.; formerly Booz Allen Hamilton [Washington DC]; formerly Mason SBDC, Deloitte, American Management Systems.

104.   Massood, Amre (2002). Database of Roadway Lighting Needs. Employer: [Director General of Policies & Labor Market Standards at] Ministry of Labor, Saudi Arabia; formerly Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering at Northeastern University; MS in Engineering/Industrial Management at University of Southern California.

105.   Anderson, James L. (2002). Transportation Investments Case Study: Small Localities (2002)

106.   DiFrancesco, Kara N. (2002). Transportation Investments Case Study: Regional Plan (2002); Employer: PhD candidate at Oregon State University; formerly Masters in Environmental Management at Yale University.

107.   Gomolka, Beth L. (2002). Transportation Investments Case Study: Department of Transportation (2002). Employer: [Project Manager and Systems Analyst at] Excella Consulting; formerly CGI-AMS, MITRE, Nextel, Linkoping University.

108.   Hannigan (now Enders), Bonnie A. (2001). Designing Web Access to VDOT's Infrastructure Investments.

109.   Liggett, Emily (2001). Database Design for VDOT's Infrastructure Investments (2001). Employer: [Interaction Designer in the Usability and Interface Design Department at] Oracle Corporation; formerly M.S. in School of Information Management and Systems, University of California Berkeley.

110.   Worthington (now Worthington-Sowers), Rebecca (2001). Visualization of Data for Major Infrastructure Improvements (2001). [Vice President for Project Management at] Bank of America [Charlotte NC]; formerly Deloitte Consulting, Accenture.

111.   Finseth, Ryan M. (2001). Resource Allocation for Hurricane Preparedness for Highways (2001)

112.   Koo, Linn H. (2001). Cost-Benefit-Risk Tradeoffs in Hurricane Preparedness and Recovery. Employer: [Manufacturer and distributor of fashion apparel at] Ruxton Supply, Thread & Supply.

113.   Patterson, Clare E. (2001), Management of Delays in VDOT Hurricane Recovery. Employer: [Associate at] E2 Inc. Charlottesville, VA; formerly The Green Infrastructure Center Inc., The Nature Conservancy.

114.   Zitkewicz, Timothy J. Database Design for Hurricane Preparedness for a Highway Agency (2001)

115.   Jacoub, Irene A. (2000). Accident Statistics for Selection of Road Safety Improvements (2000). Employer: [Resident at] Children’s National Medical Center [Washington DC].

116.   Raker, Michael R. (2000). Database and Decision System for Road Hazards. Employer: [Principal Software Systems Engineer at] Leidos Inc.

117.   Baldwin, Christian. (2000). Resource Allocation for Road-Safety Improvements. Employer: [Managing Director at] Black Diamond Mergers & Acquisitions, Pinnacle Property Group, LLC; formerly Sprint Nextel; Healthcare Enterprise Solutions, Inc.; MBA from the Ohio State University Max M. Fisher College of Business.

118.   Bopp, Christopher (1999). Information System for the University Hospital (1999). Employer: [Salesforce Developer at] GearsCRM [Greenlawn NY]; formerly Health Solutions Plus, Inc.; Misys Banking Systems; RVSI Electronics.

119.   Cole, Jason (1998). Risk-Impact Model of Hurricane Damage to Highway Equipment. Employer: [Senior Project Manager at] SRA International [Fairfax, VA]

120.   Indelicato, Peter (1998). Network for Priority Replacement of Damaged Highway Signs. Employer: [Senior Project Manager at] iRise [Los Angeles, CA]; formerly Pop.com; Ernst & Young Consulting; M.S. in Management Information Systems from McIntire School of Commerce at University of Virginia.

121.   Khan, Faisal (1998). PERT Model of the Recovery of Damaged Highway Signs, Lights, and Signals, Among Ten Finalists in the SEAS Undergraduate Research and Design Symposium (1998); Employer: [Group Manager at] Stryker Neurovascular [San Francisco]; formerly Abbott Laboratories; Synaptitude; MBA in International Business from Booth School of Business at University of Chicago.

122.   McGee, Lance (1998). Adequate Spares and Reserves of Road Signs Vulnerable to Hurricanes. Employer: [Principal Consultant and Director of Support Services at] Ubisense [Denver, CO]; formerly XGIS Technologies; Epoch Solutions Group; Raytheon Inc.; SchlumbergerSema; MBA from Daniels College of Business at University of Denver.

 

(f) Visitors and Postdoctoral Fellows

 

Host/supervisor of long-term visitors

 

1.     Prof. Jose Manual Palma Oliveira (Dept. of Psychology, University of Lisbon, Portugal). Visiting Scholar. Department of Systems & Information Engineering. University of Virginia.

2.     Dr. Elizabeth B. Connelly. Postdoctoral Fellow. Spring 2016. Department of Systems and Information Engineering. University of Virginia.

3.     Dr. Alexander A. Ganin. Research Scientist. Department of Systems and Information Engineering, April 2014-present.

4.     Dr. Shital A. Thekdi. Postdoctoral Fellow. Department of Systems and Information Engineering, University of Virginia, April 2012 – July 2012.

5.     Dr. Lauro J. Martinez. Postdoctoral Fellow of the National Council of Science and Technology (CONACYT), Mexico. Department of Systems and Information Engineering, University of Virginia, August 2009 – August 2010.

6.     Mr. Bjornar Heide-Knudsen, Predoctoral Visiting Scholar from Stavanger University, Norway. Department of Systems and Information Engineering, University of Virginia, August 2007 –February 2008.

7.     Mr. Joshua L. Tsang, M.S., Research Scientist, Department of Systems Engineering, University of Virginia and Institute for Water Resources, US Army Corps of Engineers (2001-2005)

8.     Dr. C. Ariel Pinto, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Systems Engineering, University of Virginia, May 2002 – December 2002.

9.     (w/  Y. Haimes) Dr. Stan Kaplan, Visiting Professor, Department of Systems Engineering, University of Virginia, and Bayesian Systems, Inc. (2000-2004)

10.  (w/ Y. Haimes) Dr. Irwin M. Pikus, Visiting Professor, Department of Systems Engineering, University of Virginia (2001-present)

11.  (w/ Y. Haimes) Dr. Nicholas Matalas, Visiting Professor, Department of Systems Engineering, University of Virginia, Formerly of the US Geological Survey (1997-1998)

 

Host of one-time visitors

 

1.     Invited/hosted Bob Rassa. Raytheon. Past-President IEEE Systems Council. UVa Department of Systems & Information Engineering Graduate Colloquium on “National Defense Industry Association Report on Systems Engineering Priorities of the US DoD”. January 20, 2017.

2.     Invited/hosted Prof. Jose Manuel Palma-Oliveira. University of Lisbon, Portugal. UVa Department of Systems & Information Engineering Graduate Colloquium on “How to Prove the Negative: Integrating Sciences for the Use of Commons, and Overcoming NIMBY”. December 2, 2016.

3.     Invited/hosted Eric Plosky. Chief, Transportation Planning Division, U.S. Department of Transportation’s John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center. UVa Department of Systems & Information Engineering Graduate Colloquium on “Beyond Traffic and Smart City Planning Initiatives” November 4, 2016.

4.     Invited/hosted Prof. Michael Pennock. Assistant Professor, School of Systems and Enterprises, Stevens Institute of Technology. UVa Department of Systems & Information Engineering Graduate Colloquium on “Computationally Composing Diverse System Models: How Feasible Is It?” October 14, 2016.

5.     Invited/hosted Robert Lyons. Former Director, Air Force Acquisition Center of Excellence. Past President, IEEE Systems Council. President, IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society. UVa Department of Systems & Information Engineering Graduate Colloquium on “Hard Learned Lessons: Systems Engineering Issues and Their Program Impact” September 11, 2015.

6.     Invited/hosted Dr. Vilas Mujumdar. Independent consultant, Formerly program director at National Science Foundation. UVa Department of Systems & Information Engineering Graduate Colloquium on “Infrastructure Systems Resilience to Natural Hazards: A Complex System Construct”, September 18-19, 2014.

7.     Invited/hosted Prof. Mike Ogle, Professor of Systems Engineering and Engineering Management, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Formerly Vice-President for Educational and Technical Services, Material Handling Industry of America; UVa Department of Systems and Information Engineering Graduate Colloquium on “Global Logistics Systems Trends versus Local Material Handling Realities”, September 26-27, 2013.

8.     Invited/hosted Prof. Jose Manuel Palma-Oliveira, Professor of Environmental Psychology and Risk Perception and Management,, University of Lisbon, Portugal, UVa Department of Systems & Information Engineering Distinguished Lecture, Talk title: Environmental and Behavioral History:  A Large Scale Systems Perspective on Adaptation and Resilience, December 5-7, 2012.

9.     Invited/hosted Prof. Burcu Akinci, Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, SIE/CEE Distinguished Lecture, Talk title: Big data: Sensors and information models for construction and facility operations, April 13, 2012.

10.  Invited/hosted Prof. Seth Guikema, Assistant Professor, Systems Analysis Economics and Policy Group, Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, formerly Texas A&M University, for the SIE Department Colloquium, Talk title: Probabilistic risk and decision modeling for complex infrastructure systems, March 28, 2008.

11.  Coordinated the SIE Department Graduate Colloquium inviting/hosting all outside visitors in Spring 2011.

 

(g) External research grants and contracts

 

Sample of Proposals

 

1.     PI. LEAP HI: Engineering System for Mobile Energy with Communications, Electrofuels, Advanced Chargers, and Battery Storage. Sponsor: National Science Foundation. CoPIs: Donna Chen, Brian Park, Arsalan Heydarian, David Slutzky. $2m.

2.     PI. Support for Society for Risk Analysis World Congress on Risk. Sponsor: National Science Foundation. $60k.

3.     UVa PI. Biofuels industry and supply chains for Appalachian Region. $4m. With University of Tennessee (PI), Virginia Tech, et al. Sponsor: US Department of Energy.

4.     PI. Commercialization of aviation biofuels development in Virginia. Commonwealth Center for Advanced Logistics Systems and CRCF Program of Virginia Center for Innovative Technology. $200,000.

5.     PI. Commercialization of vehicle-to-grid battery technologies for Virginia manufacturing. Commonwealth Center for Advanced Logistics Systems and CRCF Program of Virginia Center for Innovative Technology. $200,000.

6.     PI. Three proposals to National Science Foundation in 2014 with University of South Carolina, University of Oklahoma, MIT, others.

7.     PI. DoD Center of Excellence on Research Data Analytics. CoPIs: L. Barnes, K.P. White, T. Guterbock. Sponsor: Virginia State University. Budget: $1,400,000.

8.     PI. Climate Change Adaptation for VDOT Facilities with Multicriteria Analysis. CoPI: Andres Clarens. Sponsor: VDOT and FHWA. Budget: $192,000.

9.     PI. Metrics for Human-Automation Interaction in Space Flight. CoPIs: Nathan Lau (UVa) and Prof. Orlando Gomes (Universidad Federal do Rio de Janeiro). Sponsor: NASA. Budget: $600,000.

10.  PI. Modeling Radiological/Nuclear Attack Societal Impacts Outside the Continental US. Sponsor: Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc. Budget: $50,000.

11.  CoPI. Risk Analysis for Department of State Programs. PI: T. Guterbock, Dept. of Sociology. Sponsor: US Department of State. Budget: $60,000.

12.  CoPI. Support for the Commonwealth Center for Advanced Logistics Systems. PI: Barry Johnson. Sponsor: Commonwealth of Virginia. Budget: $160,000 per year.

13.  PI and CoPI. Valuing Energy Efficiency Improvements of Retrofits to Buildings with Uncertain and Emergent Conditions. PIs/Participants: Jeffrey Plank, George Overstreet, David Slutzky, Paxton Marshall, John Quale, et al. Sponsor: Tobacco Commission, Ft. Belvoir, others. Budget: $tbd.

14.  PI. Radiological Events and Emergency Management addressing Human Behaviors. Sponsor: Virginia Department of Emergency Management. Budget: $150,000.

15.  PI. Avatar Design and Monitoring in a Virtual Disaster for All-Hazards Preparedness and Infrastructure Management in Brazil; Sponsor: National Science Foundation; w/CoPI T. Guterbock (Sociology) and J.M. Keisler (College of Management, U.Mass); Budget: $350,000

16.  PI. Portfolio Management of Emergent and Future Conditions that Influence Strategic Priorities for the National Airspace System; Sponsor: NASA; Budget: $225,000

17.  PI. Priority Setting for Risk of Runway Incursions--Resource Allocation Framework with Prototypes of a Web-Based Interface; Sponsor: Federal Aviation Administration; with CoPI Y. Haimes; Budget: $200,000.

18.  PI. Several pre-proposals submitted to DoD/DOE Environmental programs with US Army Corps of Engineers. Sponsor: ESTPC and SERDP. Budget for each $300,000.

19.  PI. Time series monitoring of earth dam piezometers for precursors to extreme events and nonstationary conditions. Sponsor: US Army Corps of Engineers. Budget: $60,000.

20.  CoPI. Integrating Mobile Grid and Ultra-Light Delivery Vehicles. Pre-proposal submitted to ARPA-E. With PI Prof. David Slutzky and industry partners. Sponsor: ARPA-E. Budget: $500,000.

21.  CoPI. Residential Energy Retrofitting: Cost Evaluation of Several Technologies. Pre-proposal submitted to ARPA-E. With PI Prof. David Slutzky and industry partners; Sponsor: ARPA-E. Budget: $500,000.

 

Principal Investigator

1.     PI, Data Analytics & Resilience of Transportation Plans—Phase 2. Sponsor: Virginia Department of Transportation. Dates: May 2018 – Dec 2019. Budget: $156k.

2.     PI, NSF I/UCRC Planning Grant. Center for Hardware Embedded Security and Trust $15k. Jan 2018 – Dec 2018. Sponsor: National Science Foundation. Additional $75k awarded to five collaborating sites (UConn, Northeastern Univ, Wayne State Univ., George Mason University, Univ. of Texas). Followup Phase 1 proposal due June 2018.

3.     PI, Resilience and Data Analytics of Infrastructure Systems. Sponsor: US Army Corps of Engineers. $660k. Sep 2017 – Sep 2020.

4.     PI (UVa share), Risk/Resilience of Public-Safety Wireless Broadband Networks, $50k. Sponsor: Virginia Department of Emergency Management. Share of total value $2.5m grant from NIST/ACCS US Department of Commerce to the Commonwealth of Virginia for Statewide Communications Interoperability Plan. Aug 2017 – Feb 2018.

5.     PI, Maritime port scheduling and resilience to emergent/future conditions, $400k. Sponsor: Port of Virginia and Commonwealth Center for Advanced Logistics Systems. Dates: Sep 2015 – Sep 2018.

6.     PI, Data Analytics & Resilience of Transportation Plans with Emergent & Future Conditions. Sponsor: Virginia Dept. of Transportation. Dates: Sep 2016 – Feb 2018. Budget: $200k.

7.     PI, Modeling and Analysis of Vehicle-to-Grid Logistics Systems. Sponsor: Fermata, LLC. Dates: May 2016 – Jun 2019. Budget: $200k.

8.     PI (UVa share), EN-SE CRISP2: Collaborative Research: Resilience Analytics: A Data-Driven Approach for Enhanced Interdependent Network Resilience. Sponsor: NSF. Dates: Oct 2015 - Oct 2019. Budget (UVa): $297k (UVa share); Budget (Collaborators): $1.8m; Prime PI: U. Oklahoma (K. Barker, C. Nicholson); Co-PIs: U. Wisconsin (L. McClay), Penn State (A. Tapia), Va Tech (C. Zobel), U. North Texas (C. Caragea), Stevens Inst of Tech (J. Ramirez-Marquez). Total budget across seven universities $2.1m.

9.     PI. EN-SE Aviation Drop-In Biofuels: Sustainable Supply Chain in Virginia in Support of Farm-to-Fly 2.0 and State Agricultural/Economic Objectives. Sponsor: Virginia Center for Innovative Technology and Commonwealth Center for Advanced Logistics Systems. Dates: Aug 2015 – Aug 2016. Budget: $100k (plus $100k UVa and CCALS cost-share).

10.  PI, Sustainability and risk assessment of power delivery and power purchase agreement for Afghanistan government. Sponsor: USAID/USACE/CSTC-A. Dates: May 2015 – May 2016. Budget: $99,500 (separate task added to existing USACE resilience grant).

11.  PI (D. Slutzky, CoPI), EN-SE Fermata Project--Electric Vehicle Fleets Utilized for Frequency Regulation and Resilience of the Power Grid. Sponsor: Virginia Tobacco Indemnification & Community Revitalization Commission. Dates: May 2014 – Sep 2018. Budget: $2.0m.

12.  PI, EN-SE Data Analytics & Risk Analysis for Transportation Corridors. Sponsor: Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research. Dates: Nov 2014 - May 2016. $197k.

13.  PI, EN-SE Systems Engineering of Future Aviation Biofuels in US Commercial Aviation. Fellowship for Ph.D. Student Elizabeth Connelly. SpoTRBnsor: Aviation Cooperative Research Program, National Research Council. August 2014 – August 2015. $10k.

14.  PI, Asset Management Portfolio Analytics for HQ US Army Corps of Engineers. Sponsor: US Army Corps of Engineers; August 2014 – June 2015. $105,000 (separate task added to my USACE resilience grant).

15.  PI, EN-SE Resilience & Risk Emergent Factors of Natural & Infrastructure Systems: Advanced Methods, Metrics, & Databases. Sponsor: US Army Corps of Engineers; Dates: Apr 2014 - Apr 2017. Budget: $274,000.

16.  PI, Dynamic Segmentation and Data Analytics for Risk Management of Highway Projects; Sponsor: Virginia Department of Transportation; Dates: July 2013 – September 2014. $198,000.

17.  PI, Diversification of Infrastructure and Coastal Protections for SeaUS-Level Rise; Sponsor: US Army Corps of Engineers; Dates June 2009 – December 2013.USA $150k.

18.  PI, Corridor Risk Management and Priority Setting with Access Point Densities. Sponsor: Virginia Department of Transportation and VirginiaVDOTCenter for Transportation Innovation and Research. Period: November 2011 – May 2013. $198k.

19.  PI, Airport Runway Incursion Safety Analysis and Prioritization. Sponsor: Federal Aviation Administration. w/CoPI Y. Haimes. July 2010 – September 2012. $300k

20.  PI, Support for Summer Intern. VA-NC Alliance Program. Period:  June 2011 – July 2011. $5k.

21.  PI, Energy Security of Army Installations with Emergent Conditions. Sponsor: US Army Corps of Engineers. w/subcontractors Stratcon, LLC., and Keisler Consulting. March 2010 – February 2012. $659k.

22.  PI, Land Development Risk Analysis for the Statewide Mobility System. Sponsor: Virginia Department of Transportation; Dates: November 2009 – April 2011. $160,000.

23.  PI, Risk Scenario Analysis for Afghanistan Sustainable Infrastructure Plan. Sponsor: US Army; Dates September 2008 – May 2009. $150k.

24.  PI, CAT Tool for US Navy Infrastructure Defensive Countermeasures. SPA, Inc. June 2008 – December 2008. $20k.

25.  PI, Risk-Based Prioritization of Rural Corridors Vulnerable to Land Development, Phase 2; Sponsor: Virginia Department of Transportation; Dates: March 2008 – July 2009. $140,000.

26.  PI, Virginia Transit Inventory and Needs Analysis; Sponsor: Virginia Department of Transportation; Dates: March 2008 – June 2008. $10k.

27.  PI, Validation and Verification of Systems Engineering Methodology; Sponsor: Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc.; Dates: November 2007 – June 2008. $5k.

28.  PI, Prioritization of Multimodal Investments with Cost-Effectiveness Analysis; Sponsor: Virginia Office of Intermodal Planning and Investment; Dates: August 2007-July 2008. $150k.

29.  PI, Risk-Based Approach to Protecting Accessibility, Mobility, and Safety Options for Transportation Corridors; Dates: October 2006-November 2007 (with Co-PIs Y. Haimes and J. Santos). $100k.

30.  PI, Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship, awarded to M.S. student Alexander S. Linthicum; Dates: August 2006-August 2007. $5k.

31.  PI, Analytical Support for Multimodal Transportation Planning-Phase Three; Sponsor: Virginia Secretary of Transportation;  Dates: April 2005-June 2006. $140k.

32.  PI, Prioritization of State Highway Construction Plans; Sponsor: Virginia Department of Transportation;  Dates: May 2005-August 2006. $150k.

33.  PI, Support for Water Resources Research Scientist; Sponsor: US Army Corps of Engineers;  Dates: August 2001-August 2005; $206k.

34.  PI, Analytical Support for Multimodal Transportation Planning-Phase Two; Sponsor: Virginia Secretary of Transportation (VTrans2025);  Dates: April 2004-January 2005; $94k.

35.  PI, Development and Integration of State and Federal Highway Construction Programs; Sponsor: Virginia Department of Transportation;  Dates: August 2003-October 2004. $110k.

36.  PI, Analytical Support for Statewide Multimodal Transportation Plan; Sponsor: Secretary of Transportation, Commonwealth of Virginia (VTrans2025);  Dates: February 2003-March 2004; $150k.

37.  PI, Warrants for Roadway Lighting; Sponsor: Virginia Department of Transportation;  Dates: October 2001-May 2003; $106k.

38.  PI, Comparison of Major Infrastructure Investments; Sponsor: Virginia Department of Transportation;  Dates: March 2001-October 2002; $152k.

39.  PI, Multiobjective Risk Analysis for Design of Mississippi Lock Walls; Sponsor: US Army Corps of Engineers;  Dates: August 2000-December 2001. $75k.

40.  PI, Methodology for Performance Analysis of a Digital Phone Switch—Phase 2; Sponsor: Comdial Corporation;  Dates: May 2000-January 2001; $52k.

41.  PI, Methodology for Performance Analysis a Digital Phone Switch-Phase 1; Sponsor: Comdial Corporation;  Dates: August 1999-February 2001; $43k.

42.  PI, Risk-Based Screening and Evaluation of Guardrail Site Selection and Upgrading; Sponsor: Virginia Department of Transportation;  Dates: August 1999-December 2000 (with Co-PI Y. Haimes); $112k.

43.  PI, Risk-Based Design of Innovative Lock Walls for Extreme Events-Feasibility; Sponsor: US Army Corps of Engineers;  Dates: August 1999-January 2000 (with Co-PI Y. Haimes); $25k.

44.  PI, Management of Hurricane Preparedness and Recovery for a Highway Agency; Sponsor: Virginia Department of Transportation; Dates: October 1999-November 2001 (with Co-PIs Y. Haimes, G. Louis); $152k.

45.  PI, Risk-Based Hurricane Recovery of Highway Signs, Signals, and Lights; Sponsor: Virginia Department of Transportation;  Dates: September 1998-August 1999 (with Co-PI Y. Haimes); $96k.

46.  PI, Tool to Aid the Comparison of Highway Improvements-Phase II;  Dates: March 1998-April 1999; Co-PI: Y. Haimes; $94k.

 

Co-Principal Investigator

1.     Co-PI, Feasibility of Bio-Jet Fuel Industry for Virginia, Sponsor: Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research and Virginia Department of Aviation; with PI A. Clarens and Co-PI L. Colosi; November 2012-June 2013. $60,000 (Lambert share $20,000).

2.     Co-PI, Risk Analysis of Cloud Computing Architectures, Sponsor: Institute for Information Infrastructure Protection; with PI Y. Haimes, and CoPI B.M. Horowitz; February 2012-August 2013. $200,000 (Lambert share $20,000).

3.     Co-PI, Survey Research for Regional Disaster Preparedness Sheltering and Evacuation; Sponsor: Virginia Department of Emergency Management; with PI T. Guterbock and Co-PIs R. Bebel and J. Ellis. May 2009 - July 2011. $650,000 (Lambert share $200,000).

4.     Co-PI, Piloting Approaches to Conduct Climate Change Vulnerability and Risk Assessments. Sponsor: FHWA. with PI B. Smith and CoPIs A. Clarens, M. Fitch, Y. Haimes. December 2010-May 2012. $300,000 (Lambert share $85,000).

5.     Co-PI, Hampton Roads Critical Infrastructure Preparedness and Resiliency Plan Part I. Sponsor: Hampton Roads Planning District Commission. with PI K. Crowther and CoPI Y. Haimes. Dates: Jan 2010-Jun 2010. $200,000 (Lambert share $20,000).

6.     Co-PI, Hampton Roads Critical Infrastructure Preparedness and Resiliency Plan Part 2. Sponsor: Hampton Roads Planning District Commission. with PI Y. Haimes and CoPI K. Crowther. Dates: Jan 2010-Dec 2010. $200,000 (Lambert share $20,000).

7.     Co-PI, Airport Runway Incursion Safety Analysis and Prioritization Sponsor: Federal Aviation Administration. September 2009-June 2010 (with PI K. Crowther and Co-PI Y. Haimes); $100,000 (Lambert share $30,000).

8.     Co-PI, Risk Analysis Methodology for the National Risk Profile; Sponsor: Department of Homeland Security and Centra Technologies. August 2009-May 2010. (with PI Y. Haimes and Co-PI K. Crowther); $200,000 (Lambert share $20,000).

9.     Co-PI, Cyber Security Assessment for Virginia Department of Transportation; Sponsor: Virginia Department of Transportation. June 2009 - December 2009 (with PI K. Crowther and CoPI Y. Haimes); $200,000 (Lambert share $20,000).

10.  Co-PI, Risk Assessment and Management for IT Security of VDOT Regional Operations Centers Phase 2; Sponsor: Virginia Department of Transportation; Dates: 6/1/07-5/31/08; (with PI Y. Haimes and Co-PIs B. Horowitz, J. Santos); $200,000 (Lambert share $20,000).

11.  Co-PI, Risk Management for Tidewater Virginia Preparedness for Hurricane and Pandemic Flu; Sponsor: Governor’s Office of Commonwealth Preparedness; Dates: 10/1/06-9/30/08 (with PI Y. Haimes and Co-PIs B. Horowitz, J. Santos); $200,000; (Lambert share $20,000).

12.  Co-PI, Business Rationale for Cyber Security; Sponsor: Institute for Information Infrastructure Protection; Dates: 04/01/07-03/31/09 (with PI B. Horowitz and Co-PIs: Y. Haimes, J. Santos, K. Crowther); $200,000 (Lambert share $20,000).

13.  Co-PI, Risk Assessment and Management for IT Security of VDOT Regional Operations Centers; Sponsor: Virginia Department of Transportation; Dates: 11/1/06-5/31/07  (with PI Y. Haimes and Co-PIs B. Horowitz, J. Santos); $200,000 (Lambert share $20,000).

14.  Co-PI, Risk Assessment of Gubernatorial Inauguration; Sponsor: Commonwealth of Virginia;  Dates: 9/1/05-1/31/06 (with PI Y. Haimes and Co-PIs B. Horowitz, J.R. Santos); $100,000 (Lambert share $20,000).

15.  Co-PI, Risk-Based Prioritization of Critical US Army Infrastructure Assets; Sponsor: Booz Allen  Hamilton, Inc., US Army;  Dates: 10/01/05-7/30/06 (with PI Y. Haimes and Co-PIs B. Horowitz, J.R. Santos); $430,000 (Lambert share $40,000).

16.  Co-PI, Virginia’s Critical Transportation Infrastructure Protection: A Risk Assessment Study (CIP IV); Sponsor: VDOT / VTRC; Dates: 7/1/04-07/31/05 (with PI Y. Haimes and Co-PI B. Horowitz, J.R. Santos); $285,000 (Lambert share $40,000).

17.  Co-PI, Survey of Risk Assessment Methodologies for Critical Infrastructure Protection; Sponsor: Analytic Services, Inc.; Dates: 11/1/04-1/31/05 (with PI Y. Haimes and Co-PIs B. Horowitz, J.R. Santos); $80,000 (Lambert share $20,000).

18.  Co-PI, Infrastructure Interdependencies Analysis for the Senior Officials’ Exercise; Sponsor: Homeland Security Institute;  Dates: 6/12/04-8/1/04 (with PI Y. Haimes and Co-PI B. Horowitz, J.R. Santos); $41,000 (Lambert share $10,000).

19.  Co-PI, Unifying Stakeholders & Security Programs to Address SCADA Vulnerability; Sponsor: Dartmouth College, Institute for Information Infrastructure Protection;  Dates: 3/01/05-2/25/07 (with PI Y. Haimes and Co-PIs B. Horowitz, J.R. Santos); $1,300,000 (Lambert share $40,000).

20.  Co-PI, Balanced Scorecard Methodology & Hierarchical Holographic Modeling Integration; Sponsor: Booz Allen & Hamilton, Inc., US Army;  Dates: 4/01/05-8/31/05 (with PI Y. Haimes and Co-PIs B. Horowitz, J.R. Santos); $175,000 (Lambert share $40,000).

21.  Co-PI, Creation of a National Macro Economic Model for Cyber Security Based on National Data Collections; Sponsor: Dartmouth College, Institute for Information Infrastructure Protection Dates: 5/14/05-5/14/07 (with PI B. Horowitz and Co-PIs Y. Haimes, J.R. Santos); $650,000 (Lambert share $40,000).

22.  Co-PI, Assessing the Threat to the United States of Electromagnetic Pulse Attack; Sponsor: US EMP Commission;  Dates: October 2003-January 2004 (with PI Y. Haimes and Co-PI B. Horowitz); $90,000 (Lambert share $20,000).

23.  Co-PI, Virginia’s Critical Infrastructure Protection, Phase IV; Sponsor: Virginia Department of Transportation; Dates: July 2004-January 2006 (with PI Y. Haimes and Co-PI B. Horowitz); $280,000 (Lambert share $40,000).

24.  Co-PI, Senior Officials Exercise for DHS Alert Levels; Sponsor: US Department of Homeland Security;  Dates: June 2004-August 2004 (with PI Y. Haimes and Co-PI B. Horowitz); $30,000 (Lambert share $10,000).

25.  Co-PI, Survey of Risk Analysis Methodology Relevant to DHS; Sponsor: ANSER and US Department of Homeland Security; Dates: August 2004-October 2004 (with PI Y. Haimes and Co-PI B. Horowitz); $50,000 (Lambert share $10,000).

26.  Co-PI, NSF Input-Output Risk Model of Critical Infrastructure Systems; Sponsor: National Science Foundation;  Dates: May 2003-January 2006 (with PI Y. Haimes, Co-PIs B. Horowitz, W. Li); $468,000 (Lambert share $50,000).

27.  Co-PI, NSF Input-Output Risk Model of Critical Infrastructure Systems, Undergraduate Support; Sponsor: National Science Foundation;  Dates: May 2003- April 2004  (with PI Y. Haimes, Co-PIs B. Horowitz, W. Li); $12,000

28.  Co-PI, Risk-Based Methodological Framework for Scenario Tracking and Intelligence; Collection and Analysis for Terrorism; Sponsor: National Science Foundation;  Dates: September 2003-August 2006 (with PI Y. Haimes, Co-PIs B. Horowitz, J. Monahan); $476,000 (Lambert share $50,000).

29.  Co-PI, Critical Transportation Infrastructure Protection Phase 3; Sponsor: VDOT;  Dates: April 2003-January 2005 (with PI Y. Haimes, Co-PI B. Horowitz); $240,000 (Lambert share $50,000).

30.  Co-PI, Input-Output Model Analysis of Consequences of High-Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse Attack; Sponsor: EMP Commission-SAIC;  Dates: May 2003-January 2004 (with PI Y. Haimes, Co-PI B. Horowitz); $170,000 (Lambert share $30,000).

31.  Co-PI, Assessment of ITA Data and Analytical Tools to Address Potential Malevolent Attack to Highway Infrastructure; Sponsor: New Mexico Department of Transportation;  Dates: September 2003-February 2004 (with PI B. Horowitz); $40,000 (Lambert share $10,000).

32.  Co-PI, Critical Transportation Infrastructure Protection Phase 2; Sponsor: VDOT;  Dates: February 2002-April 2003 (with PI Y. Haimes); $277,000 (Lambert share $40,000).

33.  Co-PI, Risk-Based Knowledge Management Hierarchy for OOTW; Sponsor: National Ground Intelligence Center;  Dates: September 2001-August 2002 (with PI Y. Haimes); $133,000 (Lambert share $20,000).

34.  Co-PI, Benchmarking Support for Operations other than War; Sponsor: National Ground Intelligence Center;  Dates: March 2001-April 2002 (with PI Y. Haimes); $92,000 (Lambert share $20,000).

35.  Co-PI, Managing Maintenance of Virginia’s Roads and Highways; Sponsor: VDOT;  Dates: August 2001-January 2003 (with PI Y. Haimes); $232,000 (Lambert share $30,000).

36.  Co-PI, Critical Transportation Infrastructure Protection Phase 1 Extension; Sponsor: VDOT; Dates: October 2001-February 2002 (with PI Y. Haimes); $10,000 (Lambert share $2,000).

37.  Co-PI, Mission Degradation Analysis Support for DTRA; Sponsor: SAIC Corp. and DTRA (USDOD);  Dates: December 2000-January 2002  (with PI Y. Haimes); $350,000 (Lambert share $50,000).

38.  Co-PI, Technical Support Services for Risk-Related Material; Sponsor: Argonne National Laboratory;  Dates: February 2000-September 2001 (with PI Y. Haimes); $10,000 (Lambert share $2,000).

39.  Co-PI, Virginia’s Critical Transportation Infrastructure Protection; Sponsor: Virginia Department of Transportation; Dates: July 2000-September 2001 (with PI Y. Haimes); $130,000 (Lambert share $20,000).

40.  Co-PI, VTRC Workshop; Sponsor: VDOT;  Dates: May 2000-August 2004  (with PI Y. Haimes); $10,000 (Lambert share $2,000)

41.  Co-PI, Development of a Risk Management Road Map; Sponsor: NASA Langley Research Center; Dates: May 2000-April 2001  (with PI Y. Haimes and Co-PI Louis); $200,000 (Lambert share $50,000).

42.  Co-PI, Characterization of Support for Operations Other than War; Sponsor: National Ground Intelligence Center; Dates: January 2000-January 2001  (with PI Y. Haimes); $95,000 (Lambert share $20,000).

43.  Co-PI, Risk Management Consortium Proposal to DOE; Sponsor: Argonne National Laboratories;  Dates: February 2000-May 2000  (with PI Y. Haimes); $10,000 (Lambert share $2,000).

44.  Co-PI, Risk Management Framework for Protection of DoD Critical Infrastructures; Sponsor: Joint Program Office for Special Technology Countermeasures (JPO-STC); Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division;  Dates: September 1999-December 2000  (with PI: Y. Haimes); $270,000 (Lambert share $50,000).

45.  Co-PI, Characterization in PRISM of Support for Operations Other than War; Sponsor: National Ground Intelligence Center;  Dates: December 1998 to December 1999  (with PI: Y. Haimes); $120,000 (Lambert share $20,000).

46.  Co-PI, Uncertainty, Sensitivity, and Risk in the Upper Mississippi River Flood Frequency Study; Sponsor: US Army Corps of Engineers;  Dates: November 1998 to May 1999  (with PI: Y. Haimes); $50,000 (Lambert share $10,000).

47.  Co-PI, Supplementary Recommendations for Accident Analyses under NEPA; Sponsor: U.S. Department of Energy;  Dates: April 1998-June 1998  (with PI: Y. Haimes); $20,000 (Lambert share $5,000).

48.  Co-PI, Risk Management of Critical Water Infrastructure; Sponsor: Sandia National Laboratories;  Dates: April 1998-August 1998  (with PI: Y. Haimes); $6,000 (Lambert share $2,000).

49.  Co-PI, University of Virginia Watershed Management Forum 1997; Sponsor: US EPA Office of International Programs and Va. Ctr. for Innovative Technology;  Dates: May 1997-July 1997  (with PI: S. Yu; Co-PI: K. Neeley); $6,000 (Lambert share $2,000).

50.  Co-PI, Second Workshop on When and How Can You Specify a Probability Distribution If You Don't Know Much; Sponsor: National Science Foundation;  Dates: March 1997-February 1998 (with PI: Y. Haimes, Co-PI: D. Richards); $44,000 (Lambert share $10,000).

51.  Co-PI, Assessment of the Vulnerability to Attack of Critical Water Resources; Sponsor: President's Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection;  Dates: January 1997-June 1997  (with PI: Y. Haimes; Co-PI: N. Matalas); $89,000 (Lambert share $20,000).

52.  Co-PI, A Tool to Aid the Comparison of Highway Improvement Projects of the Virginia Department of Transportation; Sponsor: Virginia Department of Transportation;  Dates: December 1996-October 1997  (with PI: Y. Haimes); $77,000 (Lambert share $30,000).

53.  Co-PI, Work Plan for Including Highway Crash Risks and Other Factors in a Tool to Aid VDOT Improvement Project Decisions; Sponsor: Virginia Transportation Research Council;  Dates: June 1996-October 1996  (with PI: Y. Haimes) $28,000 (Lambert share $10,000).

54.  Co-PI, Fault Trees and Crash Experience Data to Evaluate Highway Vehicle-Safety Interventions for an Automated Highway System; Sponsor: National Science Foundation and General Motors Corporation;  Dates: April 1996-March 1998  (with PI: Y. Haimes; Co-PIs: N. Garber, D. Proffitt); $77,000 (Lambert share $10,000).

55.  Co-PI, Support for Office of Risk Assessment and Cost-Benefit Analysis; Sponsor: US Department of Agriculture;  Dates: November 1995-October 1996  (with PI: Y. Haimes); $60,000 (Lambert share $20,000).

56.  Co-PI, Risk-Based Sustainable Policy for Distributed Flood Protection; Sponsor: National Science Foundation;  Dates: October 1995-September 1998  (with PI: Y. Haimes; Co-PIs: B. Johnson, P. Beling, A. Beckenstein); $250,000 (Lambert share $40,000).

57.  Co-PI, Highway Accident Fault-Tree Model for Design Evaluation of Vehicle Safety Features; Sponsor: National Science Foundation and General Motors Corporation;  Dates: January 1995-December 1996  (with PI: Y. Haimes; Co-PI: N. Garber); $75,000 (Lambert share $10,000).

 

Investigator Other than PI or Co-PI

1.     Consultant. A Technology-Assessment Framework for Internet-of-Things Applications in Supply Chain Management; Sponsor: LMI, Inc. and Commonwealth Center for Advanced Logistics Systems; Dates: September 2015-September 2016; PI: Raymond Boykin, Virginia State University.

2.     Research Associate. Embedded Safety-Critical Digital Systems; Sponsor: US Nuclear Regulatory Commission;  Dates: November 1997-October 1998; Faculty Consultant (with PI: B. Johnson)

3.     Research Assistant/Associate. Channel Reliability of the Navigation System in the Upper Mississippi River- Phase II; Sponsor: US Army Corps of Engineers;  Dates: January 1995-June 1995 Project Manager; Research Associate (with PI: Y. Haimes; Co-PI: D. Li)

4.     Research Assistant/Associate. VISION Virginia Broadband Network Study; Sponsor: Virginia Telephone Association;  Dates: October 1994-April 1995; Research Associate (with PI: Y. Haimes; Co-PIs: D. Brown, P. Beling, J. Knight, J. Knapp, B. Allen)

5.     Research Assistant/Associate. Risk Management of Extreme Events in Engineering Systems Vulnerable to Climate Change; Sponsor: National Science Foundation;  Dates: August 1994-August 1995; Research Associate (with PI: Y. Haimes; Co-PI: D. Li)

6.     Research Assistant/Associate. Channel Reliability of the Navigation System in the Upper Mississippi River- Phase I; Sponsor: US Army Corps of Engineers;  Dates: June 1994-December 1994; Research Associate (with PI: Y. Haimes; Co-PI: D. Li)

7.     Research Assistant. Risk Assessment and Management for the Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System (IAFIS); Sponsor: MITRE Corporation and Federal Bureau of Investigation;  Dates: October 1993-April 1994 Research Assistant  (with PI: Y. Haimes, Co-PI: D. Li)

8.     Research Assistant. Risk Assessment and Management for the IAFIS; Sponsor: MITRE Corporation and Federal Bureau of Investigation;  Dates: August 1993-October 1993; Research Assistant (with PI: Y. Haimes, Co-PI: D. Li)

9.     Research Assistant. Optimal Maintenance-Related Decisionmaking for Large-Scale Water Distribution Systems; Sponsor: National Science Foundation;  Dates: November l992-October 1995; Research Assistant and Research Associate (with PI: Y. Haimes, Co-PI: D. Li);

10.  Research Assistant. Workshop on Monte Carlo Simulation and the Selection of Input Distributions; Sponsor: US Environmental Protection Agency;  Dates: October 1992-October 1993; Research Assistant, Proceedings Co-Editor  (with PI: Y. Haimes)

11.  Research Assistant. Risk Ranking Methodology for Design Evaluation of the Space Station; Sponsor: NASA/Lewis Research Center;  Dates: May 1992-May 1993; Research Assistant (with PI: Y. Haimes; Co-PI: D. Li)

12.  Research Assistant. Evaluation of Risk Management Methodology for the Space Shuttle; Sponsor: NASA and Vitro Corporation;  Dates: July 1991-January 1992; Research Assistant (with PI: Y. Haimes, Co-PI: D. Li)

12. Research Assistant. Integrating the Statistics of Extremes with Conditional Expectations; Sponsor: National Science Foundation;  Dates: February 1990-February 1992; Research Assistant (with PI: Y. Haimes, Co-PI: D. Li)

 

(h) Publications

 

Sample of Journal Papers Submitted (* = Lambert is lead faculty author)

1.     *Almutairi A., Wheeler J.P., Slutzky D.L., Lambert J.H. 2018. Disruption of enterprise priorities by community participation and risk scenarios: A framework for resilience analytics with application to mobile smart grid.  Submitted to Wiley journal Risk Analysis. Special issue on Resilience Analytics for Cyber-Physical-Social-Networks. IF = 3.439.

2.     *Thorisson, H., D. Hendrickson, T.L. Polmateer, J.H. Lambert. 2018. Disaggregating uncertainties in operations analysis of intermodal logistics systems. Submitted to ASCE-ASME Journal of Risk and Uncertainty in Engineering Systems. Part B: Mechanical Engineering. IF = n/a (new journal March 2015)

3.     *Collier, Z.A. and J.H. Lambert 2018. Plan for the worst, negotiate for the best: value of risk information in negotiation with evolving preferences. Submitted to Journal of Risk Research. IF = 1.376.

4.     *Almutairi, A. and J.H. Lambert 2018. Stakeholder mapping and disruption scenarios with application to resilience of a container port. Submitted to Elsevier journal Reliability Engineering and System Safety. IF = 4.330.

5.     *Hassler, M.L. and J.H. Lambert 2018. Multi-perspective scenario-based preferences in enterprise risk analysis of public safety wireless broadband network. Submitted to Elsevier journal Reliability Engineering and System Safety. IF = 4.330.

 

Journal Publications   

(* = Lambert is lead faculty author)

 

1.              *Thorisson, H., M. Alsultan, D. Hendrickson, T.L. Polmateer, J.H. Lambert, Addressing schedule disruptions in business processes of advanced logistics systems. To appear in Wiley journal Systems Engineering.

2.              *Quenum, A., H. Thorisson, D. Wu, and J.H. Lambert. 2018. Resilience of business strategy to emergent and future conditions. To appear in Journal of Risk Research. IF = 1.376.

3.              *Collier, Z.A. and J.H. Lambert 2018. Evaluating management actions to mitigate disruptive scenario impacts in an e-commerce systems integration project. To appear in IEEE Systems Journal. IF = 4.337.

4.              *Collier, Z.A., D. Hendrickson, T.L. Polmateer; J.H. Lambert 2018. Scenario analysis and PERT/CPM applied to strategic investment at an automated container port. To appear in ASCE-ASME Journal of Risk and Uncertainty in Engineering Systems, Part A: Civil Engineering. IF = n/a (new journal March 2015).

5.              *Collier Z.A., Lambert J.H. 2018. Time management of infrastructure recovery schedules by anticipation and valuation of disruptions. To appear in ASCE-ASME Journal of Risk and Uncertainty in Engineering Systems, Part A: Civil Engineering. IF = n/a (new journal March 2015).

6.              Bostick, T.P., E.B. Connelly, C. Fox-Lent, J.H. Lambert, I. Linkov 2018. Resilience science, policy and investment for civil infrastructure. To appear in Elsevier journal Reliability Engineering and System Safety. IF = 4.330.

7.              Linkov, I., Laura Read, Cate Fox-Lent, Craig R. Allen, James C. Arnott, Emanuele Bellini, Jon Coaffee, Marie-Valentine Florin, Kirk Hatfield, William Hynes, Aleksandar Jovanovic, Roger Kasperson, John Katzenberger, Patrick W. Keys, James H. Lambert, Richard Moss, Peter S. Murdoch, Jose Palma-Oliveira, Roger S. Pulwarty, Dale Sands, Jeffrey Taylor, Edward A. Thomas, Mari R. Tye, David Woods 2018. Reflections on a tiered approach to resilience assessment. To appear in Wiley journal Risk Analysis. IF = 3.439.

8.              *Almutairi A, Thorisson H, Wheeler J.P., Slutzky D.L., Lambert J.H. 2018. Scenario-based preferences in development of advanced mobile grid services and a bidirectional charger network. To appear in ASCE-ASME Journal of Risk and Uncertainty in Engineering Systems, Part A: Civil Engineering. IF = n/a (new journal March 2015).

9.              Choi, T.M. and J.H. Lambert 2017. Advances in risk analysis with big data. Wiley journal Risk Analysis. 37(8):1435-1442. IF = 3.439.

10.           *Thorisson, H. and J.H. Lambert 2017. Multiscale identification of emergent and future conditions along corridors of transportation networks. Elsevier journal Reliability Engineering & System Safety. 167: 255-263. IF = 4.330.

11.           Vincelli, Paul; Douglas Jackson-Smith; Michael Holsapple; Michael A Grusak; Matthew Harsh; Theodore Klein; James H. Lambert; B Markus Lange; David M Lodge; Jill McCluskey; Angus Murphy; Marian L Neuhouser; Carl Pray; and Susan Weller 2017. National Academies report on genetically engineered crops has broad support. Nature Biotechnology. 35: 304–306. IF = 43.271.

12.           Li, N., B.B. Park, and J.H. Lambert 2017. Effect of guardrail on reducing fatal and severe injuries on freeways: Real-world crash data analysis and performance assessment. Journal of Transportation Safety and Security. 16 pp. Scimago IF = 0.95.

13.           Trump, B.D., J.M. Keisler, J.H. Lambert, and I. Linkov 2017. Campaign to governance: Science, engineering, and policy innovation for America’s top infrastructure projects. Springer journal Environment Systems & Decisions. 37(1): 42-45. Scimago IF = 1.7.

14.           *Collier, Z.A., E.B. Connelly, T.L. Polmateer, and J.H. Lambert 2017. Value chain for next-generation biofuels: Resilience and sustainability of the product life cycle. Springer journal Environment Systems & Decisions. 37(1): 22-33. Scimago IF = 1.7.

15.           Barker, K, J.H. Lambert, C.W. Zobel, A.H. Tapia, J.E. Ramirez-Marquez, L.A. McLay, C.D. Nicholson, and C. Caragea 2017. Defining resilience analytics for interdependent cyber-physical-social networks. Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure. 2(2): 59-67. IF = n/a.

16.           *Thorisson, H., J.H. Lambert, J.J. Cardenas, and I. Linkov 2017.  Resilience analytics for power grid capacity expansion in a developing region. Wiley journal Risk Analysis. 37(7): 1268-1286. IF = 3.439.

17.           *Connelly, E.B., and J.H. Lambert (2016). Resilience analytics in research and development with application to future aviation biofuels. Transportation Research Record. 2600:39-48. IF = 0.954.

18.           *Hamilton, M.C., J.H. Lambert, E.B. Connelly, and K. Barker 2016. Resilience analytics with disruption of preferences and lifecycle cost analysis for energy microgrids. Reliability Engineering and System Safety. 150:11-21. IF = 4.330.

19.           *Connelly, E.B., H. Thorisson, J. Valverde, J.H. Lambert 2016. Asset risk management and resilience for flood control, hydropower, and waterways. ASCE Journal of Risk and Uncertainty in Engineering Systems. Part A: Civil Engineering. 2(4): 8pp. IF = n/a (new journal March 2015).

20.           *Lambert, J.H., N.N. Joshi, and S.A. Thekdi 2016. Multi-dimensional data and model uncertainties in comparing heterogeneous benefits of distributed transportation projects. ASCE Journal of Infrastructure Systems. 22(2): 11pp.  IF = 1.516.

21.           *Connelly, E.B., J.H. Lambert, and S.A. Thekdi 2016. Robust investments in humanitarian logistics to support disaster resilience of sustainable community supply chains. ASCE Natural Hazards Review. 17(1). 11pp. IF = 1.329.

22.           Linkov, I., Larkin, S. & Lambert, J.H. 2015 Concepts and approaches to resilience in a variety of governance and regulatory domains. Environment Systems and Decisions. 35: 183-184. Scimago IF = 1.7.

23.           *Hamilton, M.C., J.H. Lambert, and J. Valverde 2015. Climate and related uncertainties influencing research and development priorities. ASCE-ASME Journal of Risk and Uncertainty in Engineering Systems. Part A: Civil Engineering. 1(2): 8pp. IF = n/a (new journal March 2015).

24.           *Connelly, E.B., L. Colosi, A. Clarens, and J.H. Lambert 2015. Life cycle assessment of biofuels from algae hydrothermal liquefaction: The upstream and downstream factors affecting regulatory compliance. Energy and Fuels. 29: 1653–1661. IF = 3.24.

25.           *Connelly, E.B., L.M. Colosi, A.F. Clarens, and J.H. Lambert 2015. Risk analysis of biofuels industry for aviation with scenario-based expert elicitation. Wiley journal Systems Engineering. 18(2):178-191. IF = 0.797.

26.           *Thekdi, S.A. and J.H. Lambert 2015. Integrated risk management of safety and development on transportation corridors. Elsevier journal Reliability Engineering and System Safety. 138:1-12. IF = 4.330.

27.           *Xu, J. and J.H. Lambert 2015. Risk-cost-benefit analysis for transportation corridors with interval uncertainties of heterogeneous data. Wiley journal Risk Analysis. 35(4):624-641. IF = 3.439.

28.           *You, H., E.B. Connelly, J.H. Lambert, and A.F. Clarens 2015. Climate and other scenarios disrupt priorities in several management perspectives. Springer journal Environment Systems & Decisions. 34:540–554. Scimago IF = 1.7.

29.           *Xu, J., J.H. Lambert, and C.J. Tucker 2014. Highway access safety program evaluation with uncertain parameters. ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering. 140(2): 11pp. IF = 1.33.

30.           Linkov, I., T. Bridges, F. Creutzig, J. Decker, C. Fox-Lent, W. Kröger, J.H. Lambert, A. Levermann, B. Montreuil, J. Nathwani, R. Nyer, O. Renn, B. Scharte, A. Scheffler, M. Schreurs & T. Thiel-Clemen. 2014. Changing the resilience paradigm. Nature Climate Change. 4:407–409. IF = 19.304.

31.           *Thekdi, S.A., and J.H. Lambert 2014. Quantification of scenarios and stakeholders influencing priorities for risk mitigation in infrastructure systems. ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering. 30(1):32-40. IF = 1.82.

32.           *You, H., J.H. Lambert, A.F. Clarens, and B. McFarlane 2014. Quantifying the influence of climate change to priorities for infrastructure projects. IEEE Transactions on Systems Man and Cybernetics: Systems. 44(2):133-145. IF = 2.350.

33.           *Collier ZA, Linkov I, DiMase D, Walters S, Tehranipoor M, Lambert JH (2014) Cybersecurity standards: managing risk and creating resilience. IEEE Computer 47(9):70-76. IF = 1.755.

34.           *Xu, J. and J.H. Lambert 2013. Distributed travel time savings of a multiscale transportation access management program. Environment Systems & Decisions. 33(3):362-375. Scimago IF = 1.7.

35.           *Martinez, L.J., S.A. Thekdi, and J.H. Lambert 2013. Modeling energy facility regulatory compliance with application to multi-scale liquefied natural gas facilities. Environment Systems & Decisions. 33(3):404-412. Scimago IF = 1.7.

36.           *Collier, Z.A., I. Linkov, and J.H. Lambert 2013. Four domains of cybersecurity: A risk-based systems approach to cyber decisions. Environment Systems & Decisions. 33(4):469-470. Scimago IF = 1.7.

37.           Linkov, I., J.H. Lambert, and Z.A. Collier 2013. Introduction to the inaugural issue of environment systems and decisions. Environment Systems & Decisions. 33(1):1-2. Scimago IF = 1.7.

38.           *Lambert, J.H., J.M. Keisler, W.E. Wheeler, Z.A. Collier, and I Linkov 2013. Multiscale approach to the security of hardware supply chains for energy systems. Environment Systems & Decisions. 33(3):326-334. Scimago IF = 1.7.

39.           *Lambert, J.H., J. Tsang, and S. Thekdi 2013. Risk-informed investment for tropical cyclone preparedness of highway signs, signals, and lights. ASCE Journal of Infrastructure Systems. 19(4):384-394. IF = 1.516.

40.                          *Hamilton, M.C., J.H. Lambert, J.W. Keisler, I. Linkov, and F.M. Holcomb. 2013. Research and development priorities for energy islanding of military and industrial installations. ASCE Journal of Infrastructure Systems. 19(3):297-305. IF = 1.516.

41.           Seager, T., Z.A. Collier, I. Linkov, and J.H. Lambert 2013. Environmental sustainability, complex systems, and the disruptive imagination. Environment Systems & Decisions. 33(2):181-183. Scimago IF = 1.7.

42.           *Lambert, J.H., S.M. Wadie, A.S. Linthicum, and S.A. Thekdi 2013. Uncertain cost estimates influencing priorities for multimodal transportation corridors. Public Works Management and Policy. 18(4): 337-359. Scimago IF = 0.69.

43.                          *Hamilton, M.C., S.A. Thekdi, E.M. Jenicek, R.S. Harmon, M.E. Goodsite, M.P. Case, C.W. Karvetski, and J.H. Lambert 2013. Case studies of scenario analysis for adaptive management of natural resource and infrastructure systems. Environment Systems & Decisions. 33(1):89-103. Scimago IF = 1.7.

44.           *Lambert, J.H., Y.J. Wu, H. You, A. Clarens, and B. Smith 2013. Climate change influence on priority setting for transportation infrastructure assets. ASCE Journal of Infrastructure Systems. 19(1):36-46. IF = 1.516.

45.           *Rogerson, E.C., J.H. Lambert, and A.F. Johns 2013. Runway safety program evaluation with uncertainties of benefits and costs. Journal of Risk Research. 16(5):523-539. IF = 1.376.

46.           *Teng, K., S.A. Thekdi, and J.H. Lambert 2013. Risk and safety program performance evaluation and business process modeling. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics: Part A. 42(6): 1504-1513. IF = 2.350.

47.           *Lambert, J.H., A.I. Parlak, Q. Zhou, J.S. Miller, M.D. Fontaine, T.M. Guterbock, J.L. Clements, and S.A. Thekdi 2013. Understanding and managing disaster evacuation on a transportation network. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 50(1): 645-659. IF = 3.209.

48.           *Martinez, L.J., and J.H. Lambert 2012. Risk-benefit-cost prioritization of independent protection layers for a liquefied natural gas terminal. International Journal of Critical Infrastructures. 8(4): 306-325.

49.           *Zhou, Q., J.H. Lambert, C.W. Karvetski, J.M. Keisler, and I. Linkov 2012. Flood protection diversification to reduce probabilities of extreme losses. Risk Analysis. 32(11): 1873-1887. IF = 3.439.

50.           *Karvetski, C.W., and J.H. Lambert 2012. Evaluating deep uncertainties in strategic priority-setting with an application to facility energy investments. Wiley journal Systems Engineering.  15(4): 483-493. IF = 0.797.

51.           *Thekdi, S.A. and J.H. Lambert 2012. Decision analysis and risk models for land development affecting infrastructure systems. Risk Analysis. 32(7): 1253-1269. IF = 3.439.

52.           *Rogerson, E.C. and J.H. Lambert 2012. Prioritizing risk via several expert perspectives with application to airport runway safety. Reliability Engineering and System Safety. 103: 22–34. IF = 4.330.

53.           *Parlak, A., J.H. Lambert, T. Guterbock, and J. Clements 2012. Population behavioral scenarios influencing radiological disaster preparedness and planning. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 48: 353– 362. IF = 3.209.

54.           *Teng, K., S.A. Thekdi, and J.H. Lambert 2012. Identification and evaluation of priorities in the business process of a risk or safety organization. Reliability Engineering and System Safety. 99: 74–86. IF = 4.330.

55.           *Lambert, J.H., C.W. Karvetski, D.K. Spencer, B.J Sotirin, D.M. Liberi, H.H. Zaghloul, J.B. Koogler, S.L. Hunter, W.D. Goran, R.D. Ditmer, and I. Linkov 2012. Prioritizing infrastructure investments in Afghanistan with multiagency stakeholders and deep uncertainty of emergent conditions. ASCE Journal of Infrastructure Systems. 18(2): 155-166. IF = 1.516.

56.           *Meyer, T.S., Muething, J.Z., Lima, G.A.S., Torres, B.R.R., del Rosario, T.K., Gomes, J.O., Lambert, J.H. 2012. Radiological emergency response for community agencies with cognitive task analysis, risk analysis, and decision support framework Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation 41:2925-2932. IF = 0.85.

57.           Haimes, Y.Y., and J.H. Lambert 2012. Introduction to the special issue on the risk of extreme and catastrophic events. Risk Analysis. 32(11): 1821-1822. IF = 3.439.

58.           *Karvetski, C.W., J.H. Lambert, J.M. Keisler, B. Sexauer, and I. Linkov.  2011. Climate change scenarios: risk and impact analysis for Alaska coastal infrastructure. Int. J. Risk Assessment and Management, 15(2/3): 258–274. IF = 0.97.

59.           *Martinez, L.J., J.H. Lambert, and C. Karvetski 2011. Scenario-informed multiple criteria analysis for prioritizing investments in electricity capacity expansion. Reliability Engineering and System Safety. 96: 883-891. IF = 4.330.

60.           *Joshi, N.N. and J.H. Lambert 2011. Diversification of engineering infrastructure investments for emergent and unknown non-systematic risks. Journal of Risk Research. 14(4): 1466-4461. IF = 1.376.

61.           *Karvetski, C.W., J.H. Lambert, J.M. Keisler, and I. Linkov 2011. Integration of decision analysis and scenario planning for coastal engineering and climate change. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part A. 41(1): 63-73. IF = 2.350.

62.           *Karvetski, C.W., J.H. Lambert, and I. Linkov 2011. Scenario and multiple criteria decision analysis for energy and environmental security of military and industrial installations. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management. 7(2):228-236. IF = 2.23.

63.           *Martinez, L.J., N.N. Joshi, and J.H. Lambert 2011. Diagramming qualitative goals for multiobjective project selection in large-scale systems. Systems Engineering. 14(1):73-86. IF = 0.797. 

64.           *Schroeder, M.J. and J.H. Lambert 2011. Scenario-based multiple criteria analysis for infrastructure policy impacts and planning. Journal of Risk Research. 14(2): 191–214. IF = 1.376.

65.           *Martinez, L.J. and J.H. Lambert 2010. Prioritising sources of risk at liquefied natural gas storage terminals in Mexico.” International Journal of Business Continuity and Risk Management. 1(4): 363-383.

66.           *Linthicum, A.S. and J.H. Lambert 2010. Risk management for infrastructure corridors vulnerable to adjacent land development. Journal of Risk Research. 13(8): 983 – 1006. IF = 1.376.

67.           *Martinez, L.J., J.H. Lambert, and C.W. Karvetski 2010. Public perception of the risks of liquefied natural gas terminals in Mexico: A prioritisation of communication strategies. International Journal of Critical Infrastructures. 6(4): 327–346. IF = 1.57.

68.           *Karvetski, C.W., J.H. Lambert, and I. Linkov 2009. Emergent conditions and multicriteria analysis in infrastructure prioritization for developing countries. Wiley Journal of Multiple Criteria Decision Analysis. 16(5): 125–137. IF = 1.14.

69.           Adair, E.R., Bansal, R, Bassen, H., …, Lambert, J.H., …, Zipse, D.W., Ziskin, M.C. 2009. Expert reviews on potential health effects of radiofrequency electromagnetic fields and comments on the bioinitiative report. Health Physics. 97(4):348-356.  IF = 1.271.

70.           *Lambert, J.H., B.L. Schulte, and N.N. Joshi 2008. Multiple criteria intelligence tracking for detecting extremes from sequences of risk incidents. Journal of Industrial and Management Optimization. 4(3): 511-533.  IF = 1.4.

71.           Seager, T.P., J.H. Lambert, and K.H. Gardner 2007. Fostering innovation in contaminated sediments management through multi-criteria technology assessment and public participation. Risk Analysis. 27(4): 1043-1052. IF = 3.439.

72.           *Lambert, J.H., N.N. Joshi, K.D. Peterson, and S.M. Wadie 2007. Coordination and diversification of investments in multimodal transportation. Public Works Management and Policy. 11: 250-265. Scimago IF = 0.69.

73.           *Joshi, N. and J.H. Lambert 2007. Equity metrics for the prioritization and selection of transportation projects. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management. 54(3). 539-547. IF = 1.248.

74.           *Lambert, J.H. and M.W. Farrington 2007. Cost-benefit functions for the allocation of security sensors for air contaminants. Reliability Engineering and System Safety. 92(7):930-946. IF = 4.330.

75.           *Lambert, J.H., and M.W. Farrington 2006. Risk-based objectives for the allocation of chemical, biological, and radiological air emissions sensors. Risk Analysis. 26(6):1659-1674. IF = 3.439.

76.           *Lambert, J.H., R.A. Jennings, and N.N. Joshi 2006. Integration of risk identification to business process models. Systems Engineering. 9(3):187-198. IF = 0.797.

77.           *Lambert, J.H., K.A. Peterson, and N.N. Joshi 2006. Synthesis of quantitative and qualitative evidence for risk-based analysis of highway projects. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 38:925-935. IF = 3.209.

78.           Horowitz, B.M. and J.H. Lambert 2006. Assembling off-the-shelf components: Learn as you go systems engineering. Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Part A. 36(2):286-297. IF = 2.350.

79.           *Lambert, J.H. 2006. Environmental security and environmental management: The role of risk assessment. Risk Analysis. 26(6):1730-1732. IF = 3.439.

80.           *Lambert, J.H., and P. Sarda 2005. Risk identification by superposition of infrastructure and terrorist networks. Journal of Infrastructure Systems. 11(4):211-220. IF = 1.516.

81.           *Lambert, J.H., B.L. Schulte, and P. Sarda 2005. Tracking the complexity of interactions between risk incidents and engineering systems. Wiley journal Systems Engineering. 8(3):262-277. IF = 0.797.

82.           *Lambert, J.H. and T. Turley 2005. Priority setting for the distribution of localized hazard protection. Risk Analysis. 25(3):745-752. IF = 3.439.

83.           Haimes, Y.Y., B.M. Horowitz, J.H. Lambert, J.R. Santos, K.G. Crowther, and C. Lian 2005. Inoperability input-output model (IIM) for interdependent infrastructure sectors. I: Theory and methodology. Journal of Infrastructure Systems. 11(2):67-79. IF = 1.516.

84.           Haimes, Y.Y., B.M. Horowitz, J.H. Lambert, J.R. Santos, K.G. Crowther, and C. Lian 2005. Inoperability input-output model (IIM) for interdependent infrastructure sectors. II: Case study. Journal of Infrastructure Systems. 11(2):80-92. IF = 1.516.

85.           Leung, M.F., J.H. Lambert, and A. Mosenthal 2004. A risk-based approach to setting priorities in protecting bridges against terrorist attacks. Risk Analysis. 24(4):963-984. IF = 3.439.

86.           *Lambert, J.H., J.A. Baker, and K.D. Peterson 2003. Decision aid for allocation of transportation funds to guardrails. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 35(1):47-57. IF = 3.209.

87.           *Pinto, C.A. and J.H. Lambert 2003. Configuration of inter-office switch for extreme traffic with zone configuration evaluator diagram. Reliability Engineering and System Safety. 79(3):369-375. IF = 4.330.

88.           *Lambert, J.H. and C.E. Patterson 2002. Prioritization of schedule dependencies in hurricane recovery of a transportation agency. Journal of Infrastructure Systems. 8(3):103-111. IF = 1.516.

89.           *Pinto, C.A. and J.H. Lambert 2002. Risk of extreme events in the configuration of priority systems. Reliability Engineering and System Safety. 76:265-271. IF = 4.330.

90.           *Tsang, J.L., J.H. Lambert, and R.C. Patev 2002. Extreme event scenarios for planning of infrastructure projects. Journal of Infrastructure Systems. 8(2): 42-48. IF = 1.516.

91.           Haimes, Y.Y., S. Kaplan, and J.H. Lambert 2002. Risk filtering, ranking, and management framework using hierarchical holographic modeling. Risk Analysis. 22(2): 383-397. IF = 3.439.

92.           Dombroski, M.J., Y.Y. Haimes, J.H. Lambert, K. Schlussel, and M. Sulcoski 2002. Risk-based methodology for support of operations other than war. Military Operations Research. 7(1): 19-38. IF = 0.343.

93.           *Baker, J.A. and J.H. Lambert 2001. Information system for risks, costs, and benefits of infrastructure improvement projects. Public Works Management and Policy. 5(3):199-210. Scimago IF = 0.69.

94.           *Lambert, J.H., Y.Y. Haimes, D. Li, R. Schooff, and V. Tulsiani 2001. Identification, ranking, and management of risks in a major system acquisition. Reliability Engineering and System Safety. 72(3):315-325. IF = 4.330.

95.           Ezell, B.C., Y.Y. Haimes, and J.H. Lambert 2001. Risks of cyber attack to water utility supervisory control and data acquisition systems. Military Operations Research. 6(2): 23-33.

96.           *Frohwein, H.I. and J.H. Lambert 2000. Risk of extreme events in a multiobjective decision tree: Severe events. Risk Analysis. 20(1): 113-123. IF = 3.439.

97.           Olsen, J.R., P.A. Beling, and J.H. Lambert 2000. Dynamic models for floodplain management. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. 126(3): 167-175. IF = 3.537.

98.           Frohwein, H.I., Y.Y. Haimes, and J.H. Lambert 2000. Risk of extreme events in a multiobjective decision tree: Rare events. Risk Analysis. 20(1): 125-134. IF = 3.439.

99.           Johnson-Payton L.R., Y.Y. Haimes, and J.H. Lambert 2000. A methodology for risk management of compound failure modes. Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems. 487: 15-44. Scimago IF = 0.315.

100.        Frohwein, H.I., J.H. Lambert, and Y.Y. Haimes 1999. Alternative measures of risk of extreme events in decision trees. Reliability Engineering and System Safety. 66: 69-84. IF = 4.330.

101.        Frohwein, H.I., J.H. Lambert, Y.Y. Haimes, and L.A. Schiff 1999. Multicriteria framework to aid the comparison of roadway improvement projects. ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering. 125(3): 224-230. IF = 1.33.

102.        Haimes Y.Y. and J.H. Lambert 1999. When and how can you specify a probability distribution when you don't know much II. Risk Analysis. 19 (1): 43-46. IF = 3.439.

103.        Wang, G., J.H. Lambert, and Y.Y. Haimes 1999. Stochastic minimax decision rules for risk of extreme events. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Part A. 29(6):533-541. IF = 2.350.

104.        Wang, G., J.H. Lambert, and Y.Y. Haimes 1999. Stochastic ordering of extreme value distributions. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Part A. 29(6):696-701. IF = 2.350.

105.        Bier, V.M., Y.Y. Haimes, N.C. Matalas, J.H. Lambert, and R. Zimmerman 1999. A survey of approaches for assessing and managing the risk of extremes. Risk Analysis. 19(1):83-94. IF = 3.439.

106.        Curry, R.E., Y.Y. Haimes, and J.H. Lambert 1999. Comparison of two models evaluating automobile safety features. ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering. 125(2):129-137. IF = 1.33.

107.        Johnson-Payton, L.R., Y.Y. Haimes, and J.H. Lambert 1999. Approximating the risk for time-to-failure models through using statistics of extremes. Reliability Engineering and System Safety. 65(1):77-81. IF = 4.330.

108.        Haimes, Y.Y., and J.H. Lambert 2009. When and how can you specify a probability distribution when you don’t know much? II – Overview. Risk Analysis. 19(1): 43-46. IF = 3.439.

109.        Park, J.I., J.H. Lambert, and Y.Y. Haimes 1998. Hydraulic power capacity of water distribution networks in uncertain conditions of deterioration. Water Resources Research. 34(12):3605-3614. IF = 4.397.

110.        Olsen, J.R., J.H. Lambert, and Y.Y. Haimes 1998. Risk of extreme events under nonstationary conditions. Risk Analysis. 18(4):497-510. IF = 3.439.

111.        Olsen, J.R., P.A. Beling, J.H. Lambert, and Y.Y. Haimes 1998. Input-output economic evaluation of a system of levees. ASCE Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. 124(5): 237-245. IF = 3.537.

112.        Haimes, Y.Y., N.C. Matalas, J.H. Lambert , B.A. Jackson, and J.F.R. Fellows 1998. Reducing the vulnerability of water supply systems to attack. Journal of Infrastructure Systems. 4(4):164-177. IF = 1.516.

113.        Schneiter, C., Y.Y, Haimes, D. Li, and J.H. Lambert 1996. Capacity reliability of water distribution networks and optimum rehabilitation decision making. Water Resources Research. 32(7):2271-2278.

114.        Eisele, J.S., Y.Y. Haimes, N. Garber, D. Li, J.H. Lambert, P. Kuzminski, and M. Chowdhury 1996. The impact of improved vehicle design on highway safety. Reliability Engineering and System Safety. 54:65-76. IF = 4.330.

115.        Haimes, Y.Y., T. Barry, and J.H. Lambert 1994. When and how can you specify a probability distribution when you don’t know much. Risk Analysis. 14(5): 661-706. IF = 3.439.

116.        Lambert, J.H. and D. Li 1994. Evaluating risk of extreme events for univariate loss functions. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. 120(3): 382-399. IF = 3.537.

117.        Lambert, J.H., N.C. Matalas, C.W. Ling, Y.Y. Haimes, D. Li 1994. Selection of probability distributions for risk of extreme events. Risk Analysis. 14(5): 731-742. IF = 3.439.

118.        Haimes, Y.Y., J.H. Lambert, and D. Li 1992. Risk of extreme events in a multiobjective framework. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 28(1): 201-209. IF = 2.16.

 

Books

1.     Lambert, J.H. D. Wu, and Z.A. Collier 2019. Risk Analysis and Engineering Systems. In preparation for the Springer book series Risk, Systems, & Decisions. 350 pp.

2.     Choi, Tsan-Ming (Editor), Jianjun Gao (Editor), James H. Lambert (Editor), Chi-Kong Ng (Editor), Jun Wang (Editor) 2017. Optimization and Control for Systems in the Big-Data Era: Theory and Applications (International Series in Operations Research & Management Science) 1st ed. New York: Springer. 287 pp.

 

Book Chapters

1.     Collier Z.A., Hassler M.L., Lambert J.H., DiMase D., Linkov I. 2019. “Chapter 19. Supply Chains” in Cyber Resilience of Systems and Networks. Kott A, Linkov I (eds.). Springer. pp. 447-462.

2.     Roege P.E., Collier Z.A., Chevardin V., Chouinard P., Florin M.V., Lambert J.H., Nielsen K.[2], Nogal M., Todorovic B.  2017. Bridging the gap from cyber security to resilience. In: Linkov I and J.M. Palma-Oliveira (eds.), Resilience and Risk: Methods and Application in Environment, Cyber, and Social Domains. NATO Science for Peace and Security Series C: Environmental Security. pp. 383-414.

3.     Connelly, E.B., J. Akanji, M.E. Goodsite, M.D. Kodack, K.M. Stoughton, J.H. Lambert 2017. Recent advances in the Net-Zero paradigm and resilience of Net-Zero strategic plans for water systems. Chapter 11 of Green Defence. Michael E. Goodsite and Sirkku Juhola, Eds., Dordrecht Netherlands: Springer. 11 pp.

4.     Thorisson H., J.H. Lambert 2016. Resilience analytics for systems of systems: Literature and resource guide. In: Resilience In And For Risk Governance. International Risk Governance Council. 8pp.

5.     Hamilton, M.C., W. Goldsmith, R. Harmon, D. Lewis, B. Srdjevic, M. Goodsite, J.H. Lambert, and M. MacDonell 2014. Sustainable water resources management: Challenges and methods. Chapter 6 of Sustainable Cities and Military Installations. I. Linkov, Ed., Dordrecht Netherlands: Springer. pp. 133-144.

6.     Lambert, J.H., C.W. Karvetski, and I. Linkov 2011. Adaptation to climate change and other emergent conditions with inland and terrestrial infrastructure systems with application case studies. In Climate: Global Change and Local Adaptation. I. Linkov and T.S. Bridges (eds.). Dordrecht Netherlands: Springer. pp. 575-596.

7.     Lambert, J.H., A. Troccoli, K.D. White, H. Karl, L. Yumagulova, and A. Sterin. 2011. Adaptation of inland systems to climate change with challenges and opportunities for physical, social, and engineering disciplines. In Climate: Global Change and Local Adaptation. I. Linkov and T.S. Bridges (eds.). Dordrecht Netherlands: Springer. pp. 479-490.

8.     Lambert, J.H., C.W. Karvetski, R.D. Ditmer, T. Abdallah, M.D. Johnson, and I. Linkov 2011. "Energy Security for Industrial and Military Installations: Emergent Conditions that Influence the Strategic Selection of Technologies" in Energy Security: International and Local Issues, Theoretical Perspectives, and Critical Energy Infrastructures.  A. Gheorghe and L. Muresan, Editors. Springer: Dordrecht Netherlands. pp. 317-332.

9.     Lambert, J.H. 2007. Chapter 15. Risk-cost-benefit analysis for port environmental security investments. in Managing Critical Infrastructure Risks. I. Linkov, Ed., Springer. 299-307.

10.  Lambert, J.H. 2007. Risk-based evaluation of safety and security programs in critical infrastructure. in Computational Models of Risk in Critical Infrastructure, D. Skanata and D.M. Byrd, Eds., Washington DC: IOS Press and NATO Public Policy Division. pp. 46-55.

11.  Beling, P.A., J.H. Lambert, F.A. Rahman, G.O. Overstreet, and D. Slutzky 2007. Systems analysis and adaptive learning for portfolio management of Superfund sites. Reclaiming the Land: Rethinking Superfund Institutions, Methods, and Practices. G.P. Macey and J.Z. Cannon, Eds. New York: Springer. pp. 129-168.

12.  Bier, V.M., S. Ferson, Y.Y. Haimes, J.H. Lambert, and M. Small 2003. "Chapter 4. Risk of extreme and rare events: Lessons from a selection of approaches" in Risk Analysis and Society: An Interdisciplinary Characterization of the Field. T. McDaniels and M. Small, Eds., New York: Cambridge University Press. pp. 74-118.

 

Conference Presentations/Proceedings

1.     Thorisson, H., T.L. Polmateer, and J.H. Lambert 2018. Finding sustainable efficiencies in urban logistics. NSF Workshop on Mathematics for Planet Earth 2013+. University of Georgia. Athens, Georgia. August 5-7, 2018.

2.     Thorisson, H. and J.H. Lambert 2018. Vessel berthing schedules under the influence of emergent and future conditions. To appear in Proceedings of the 29th European Conference on Operational Research. Valencia, Spain, 8-11 July 2018.

3.     Thorisson, H. (presenting author), A. Almutairi, J.P. Wheeler, D.L. Slutzky, J.H. Lambert. 2017. Enterprise management and systems engineering for a mobile power grid. 2017 25th International Conference on Systems Engineering (ICSEng) (2017): 99-105.

4.     Lambert, J.H., Z.A. Collier, M.L. Hassler (presenting author), A. Ganin, D. Wu and V.M. Bier. 2017. Systems engineering of interdependent food, energy, and water infrastructure for cities and displaced populations.” 2017 25th International Conference on Systems Engineering (ICSEng) (2017): 386-391.

5.     Pereira, E.G. (presenting author), D. Wu, and J.H. Lambert 2017. ISO standards and key enabling technologies. SRA Risk Policy Forum on Key Enabling Technologies. Society for Risk Analysis, Venice, Italy, March 1-3, 2017.

6.     Dikmen-Toker, I. (presenting author) and J.H. Lambert. 2017. Advanced construction technologies and key enabling technologies].  SRA Risk Policy Forum on Key Enabling Technologies. Society for Risk Analysis, Venice, Italy, March 1-3, 2017. (2017)

7.     Collier ZA (presenting author), Lambert JH 2017. Time bandits and risk managers: The epistemic calamity of neglecting temporal goals. Society for Risk Analysis-Europe Annual Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, 21 June 2017.

8.     Lin, Jessica et al. 2017. SRA Europe presentation.

9.     Pereira, E.G. et al. 2017. SRA Europe presentation.

10.  Dikmen-Toker, et al. 2017. SRA Europe presentation.

11.  Thorisson, H. (presenting author), J.H. Lambert 2016. Requirements analysis and canonical formulation of a risk, safety, resilience, or security program. Presented at Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA, USA. December 2016.

12.  Alsultan M (presenting author), Thorisson H, Almutairi A, Collier Z, Slutzky D, Wheeler J, Lambert J. 2016. Risk analysis and systems integration of fleet electric vehicles with the power grid. Society for Risk Analysis 2016 Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, December 2016.

13.  Thorisson, H. (presenting author), J.H. Lambert, R.D. Ditmer 2016. Interactions of risk analysis and policy making in infrastructure planning in developing countries. Presented at 2016 SRA-Europe Conference. Bath, UK. June 2016.

14.  Collier ZA (presenting author), Lambert JH 2016. Resilience of Gantt project schedules to emergent and future conditions”. Society for Risk Analysis 2016 Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, 14 December 2016.

15.  Collier Z.A. (presenting author), Connelly E.B., Polmateer T.L., Lambert J.H. (2016) Value chain for next-generation aviation biofuels: Resilience and sustainability of the product life cycle. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Sustainable Systems and Technologies (ISSST), 16-18 May, Phoenix, AZ, USA.

16.  Collier ZA (presenting author), Connelly EB, Thorisson H, Lambert JH (2016) Resilience of initiatives to shifting management priorities under emergent and future conditions. 10th Annual IEEE International Systems Conference, 18-21 April, Orlando, FL, USA.

17.  Connelly, E.B. (Presenter) and J.H. Lambert. Resilience analytics in systems engineering with application to aviation biofuels. 2016 IEEE Systems Conference. Orlando, Florida. April 2016.

18.  Connelly, E.B. (Presenter) and J.H. Lambert. Resilience of supply chains for aviation biofuels. 2016 Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC. January 2016.

19.  Thorisson, H. (Presenter) and J.H. Lambert, 2015 Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, December 2015.

20.  Connelly, E.B. (Presenter) and J.H. Lambert, 2015 Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, December 2015.

21.  Brannon, M.E. (Presenter) and J.H. Lambert, 2015 Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, December 2015.

22.  Connelly, E.B. (Presenter), Lambert, J.H., Colosi, L.M., and Clarens, A.F. Sustainability Roadmap with Changing Societal Preference as Extension to Lifecycle Analysis. 23rd International Conference on Multiple Criteria Decision Making MCDM 2015, Hamburg, Germany, August 2-7, 2015.

23.  Lambert, J.H. 2014 “Scenario-based preferences addressing extreme events of large-scale systems” In the session “Hazards: What Do We Build For?” Annual Meeting of the AAAS. Chicago, IL. February 13-17, 2014.

24.  R. Ross and Lambert, J.H. (presenting author) 2014 “TACIT Security: Institutionalizing Cyber Security and Risk Management” and “Cyber Threat: Risk Management for Emergent and Future Conditions of Infrastructure Systems” in the session “Risk-Based Standards for Cybersecurity: Global Challenges and Solutions” Annual Meeting of the AAAS. Chicago, IL. February 13-17, 2014.

25.  Connelly, E.B. (Presenter), A. Clarens, L. Colosi, J.H. Lambert 2014. R&D roadmap for aviation biofuels: New use for decision analysis methods. Presented at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Institute for Operations Research and Management Science (INFORMS). San Francisco, CA. November 9, 2014.

26.  Lambert, J.H., J. Xu, M.C. Hamilton, Y. Bi, D.K. Codeluppi, N.K. Fu, C.R. Magennis, A.A. Powell, S.D. Sisto 2014. Reducing Data Dimensions for Systems Engineering and Risk Management of Transportation Corridors. Presented at the IEEE Systems Man & Cybernetics Society Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA. October 2014.

27.  Six of Prof. Lambert’s current and former Ph.D. students presented papers at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis in Baltimore, MD, USA (Karvetski, Pinto, Thekdi, Connelly, Hamilton, Xu), Prof. Lambert is coauthor of the presentations with three of them (Xu, Hamilton, Connelly)

28.  Xu J, Lambert JH Addressing uncertainties of avoided crash risk, travel time savings, and lifecycle costs in transportation access management. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis. Baltimore, Md. December 8-11, 2013.

29.  Hamilton MC, Lambert JH. An iterative value of information ap_proach using scenario-based prefer_ences for risk analysis of infrastructure systems. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis. Baltimore, Md. December 8-11, 2013.

30.  Connelly E.B, Lambert J.H, Thekdi SA. Robust supply chain investments for disaster preparedness and community resilience: an application to Rio de Ja_neiro, Brazil. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis. Baltimore, Md. December 8-11, 2013.

31.  Connelly, E.B., Colosi, L.M., Clarens, A.F., and Lambert, J.H. 2013. "Identifying Disruptive Emergent Conditions and Robust Strategies for a Developing Bio-Jet Fuel Industry." Invited poster presentation, C3E Women in Clean Energy Symposium, Boston, MA, September 2013.

32.  Lambert, J.H. 2012. “Risk analysis and water resources management for sustainable cities and military installations” Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, San Francisco, CA. December 2012.

33.  Thekdi, S.A., and J.H. Lambert 2011. “Risk Models and Negotiation Analysis for Land Development Adjacent to Infrastructure Systems” Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Charleston, SC  December 2011.

34.  Thekdi, S.A., and J.H. Lambert 2010. “Risk-Based Priorities to Protect Transportation Infrastructure Corridors from Adjacent Commercial and Residential Development”.  Student Merit Competition award recipient. Presented to the Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Salt Lake City, UT, December 2010.

35.  Thekdi, S., J, Lambert, J. Clements, T. Guterbock 2011. Organizational and behavioral factors in public preparedness for radiological emergencies. Presented at the 2011 Annual Meeting of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS), November 14-16, 2011, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA.

36.  Thekdi, S.A., and J.H. Lambert 2011. How to benefit from forecasts of real estate development: Land risk in utility strategic plans. Mid-Year Meeting American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association, Washington, D.C.. June 2011.

37.  Thekdi, S.A., and J.H. Lambert 2011. Strategic investment prioritization for management of risk of land development adjacent to critical private infrastructure networks. INFORMS Conference on Business Analytics and Operations Research, Chicago, IL. April 2011.

38.  Aguilar, J., M.R. Giorgis, C.E. Walcoff, M.A. Gude, P. Thanarat, S.A. Thekdi, J.H. Lambert 2011. Risk-based adaptive management for future land development adjacent to critical transportation infrastructure systems. IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium, Charlottesville, VA. April 2011.

39.  Lambert, J.H., Karvetski, C.W., Hamilton, M.C., Abdallah, T., Johnson, M.D., Ditmer, R.D., Keisler, J.M., Linkov, I., Energy security and net-zero initiatives at installations: emergent and future conditions influencing technology innovation and performance, 2011 US Army Corps of Engineers Infrastructure Systems Conference, Atlanta, GA, June 2011.

40.  Lambert, J.H., Karvetski, C.W., Hamilton, M.C., Linkov, I., Abdallah, T., Johnson, M.D., Ditmer, R.D., Keisler, J.M., Energy security and environment at installations: emergent and future conditions influencing technology innovation and performance, IEEE International Technology Management Conference, San Jose, CA, June 2011.

41.  Lambert, J.H., Karvetski, C.W., Hamilton, M.C., Linkov, I., Abdallah, T., Johnson, M.D., Ditmer, R.D., Keisler, J.M.,Energy security and environment at installations: emergent and future conditions influencing technology innovation and performance. The Environment, Energy Security, and Sustainability Symposium and Exhibition (E2S2), New Orleans, LA, May 2011.

42.  Lambert, J.H., C.W. Karvetski, M.C. Hamilton, and I. Linkov 2011. Energy security of military and industrial systems with multicriteria analysis of vulnerability to emergent conditions including cyber threats. IEEE International Systems Conference, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, April 4-7, 2011.

43.  Thekdi, S.A., and J.H. Lambert 2011. Strategic investment prioritization for management of tisk of land development adjacent to critical private infrastructure networks. Winter Global Conference on Business and Finance, Las Vegas, NV. January 2011.

44.  Thekdi, S.A., and J.H. Lambert 2011. Risk-based priorities to protect transportation infrastructure corridors from adjacent commercial and residential development. Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Salt Lake City, Utah  –Best paper student merit award. December 2010.

45.  Lambert, J.H., Karvetski, C.W., Hamilton, M.C., Linkov, I., Abdallah, T., Johnson, M.D., Ditmer, R.D., Keisler, J.H., 2010. Energy Security and Environmental Impacts for Defense Installations: An Analysis of Emergent and Future Conditions. SERDP/ESTCP Partners in Environmental Technology, Washington, DC. December 2010.

46.  Lambert, J.H., Karvetski, C.W., Linkov, I., Abdallah, T., Energy Security of Military and Industrial Facilities: A Scenario-Based Multiple Criteria Decision Analysis to Identify Threats and Opportunities. Workshop on Climate Change: Global Change and Local Adaptation, Iceland, June 2010

47.  Lambert, J.H., Karvetski, C.W., Linkov, I., Abdallah, T., Energy Security of Military and Industrial Facilities: A Scenario-Based Multiple Criteria Decision Analysis to Identify Threats and Opportunities. Tenth International Conference on Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management (IAPSAM), Seattle, WA, June 2010.

48.  Lambert, J.H., Karvetski, C.W., Linkov. I., Implications for infrastructure systems of emergent conditions of climate, environment, and environmental regulation. Annual Meeting, Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC). Portland, OR. November 2010.

49.  Karvetski, C.W., Lambert, J.H., Ditmer, R.D., Keisler, J.M., Linkov, I. 2010. Emergent conditions and energy assurance for military and industrial installations. The Environment, Energy Security, and Sustainability Symposium and Exhibition (E2S2), Denver, CO, June 2010.

50.  Linkov, I., Karvetski, C.W., Lambert, J.H., Abdallah, T., Case, M., Energy Security of Army Installations and Islanding Methodologies: A Multiple Criteria Decision Aid to Innovation with Emergent Conditions of the Energy Environment. The Environment, Energy Security, and Sustainability Symposium and Exhibition (E2S2), Denver, CO, June 2010.

51.  Karvetski, C.W., Lambert, J.H., Keisler, J.M., Linkov, I., USACE Infrastructure Investments with Integration of Climate Change, Sea-Level Rise, and Other Scenarios, Annual Meeting, Society for Risk Analysis (SRA). Salt Lake City, UT. December 2010.

52.  Thekdi, S.A., and J.H. Lambert 2010. Risk-based forecasts of land development for protection of mobility options of people and goods. Transportation Research Forum, Arlington, VA March 2010.

53.  Karvetski, C.W., Lambert, J.H., Linkov, I., 2009. Investments in energy security: a multiple criteria decision analysis with emergent conditions of the energy environment. Annual Meeting, Society for Risk Analysis (SRA), Baltimore, MD. December 2009.

54.  Lambert, J.H. and S.A. Thekdi 2009. Land development risk analysis for the Virginia Statewide Mobility System. Virginia Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (VASITE), Wintergreen, VA. October 2009.

55.  Teng, Kuei-Yung, James H. Lambert, and Shital Thekdi 2010. Systemic approach to policy compliance of risk, safety and security programs. Asia-Pacific International Council on Systems Engineering, Keelung, Taiwan. October 2010.

56.  Lambert, J.H. and N.N. Joshi 2008. Diversification modeling for risk management of safety and security programs. Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management (IAPSAM), Hong Kong. 8pp.

57.  Heide Knudsen, B., J.E. Vinnem, and J.H. Lambert 2008. Methods to monitor the risks of electric power systems. Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management (IAPSAM), Hong Kong. 12 pp.

58.  Crawford, J.A., K.G. Crowther, B.M. Horowitz, and J.H. Lambert 2006. Economic interpretation and a simulation exercise for exploring corporate investments in cyber security. in Proceedings of the Workshop on Securing the Economics of the Information Infrastructure. October 23-24, 2006 Washington D.C. 8pp.

59.  Lambert, J.H., N. Joshi, and M.W. Farrington 2006. Integration of multiobjective tradeoff analysis with cost-benefit analysis in the allocation of resources to system safety. Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management (IAPSAM), New Orleans, LA. 7 pp.

60.  Aliberti, A.E., J. Benbanaste, Seon-Ho Choi, I. Estripeaut, J.J. Perry, D.J. Streufert, J.H. Lambert, and R.K. Jennings 2005. Business process modeling for a highway agency - a demonstration with planning and programming activities, in Proceedings of the 2005 IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium; 29 April 2005, pp. 308–317.

61.  Lambert, J.H. and P. Sarda 2004. Representation of risk scenarios via Euler diagrams. In Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management (IAPSAM), Berlin, Germany. 6 pp.

62.  Sarda, P. and J.H. Lambert 2004. Risk-based model for tracking complexity in system vulnerability analysis. Proceedings of the 2004 IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium. M.H. Jones, S.D. Patek, and B.E. Tawney, Eds. pp. 65-70.

63.  Copperman, R., M. Devlin, R. Ewalt, T. Lockhart, K. Peterson, and J. Lambert 2004. Coordinating and prioritizing multimodal transportation projects. Proceedings of the 2004 IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium. M.H. Jones, S.D. Patek, and B.E. Tawney, Eds. pp. 113-120.

64.  Tiffany, R., E. Issadore, R. Smith, P. Sarda, and J. Lambert 2004. Process development and integration for the six-year program and statewide transportation improvement program. Proceedings of the 2004 IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium. M.H. Jones, S.D. Patek, and B.E. Tawney, Eds. pp. 227-232.

65.  Deans, R.L., A.R. Miller, J.K. Murrill, J.R. Sanders, T.C. Turley, J.H. Lambert, T.A. Bridewell, B.H. Cottrell 2003. Screening needs for roadway lighting by exposure assessment and site-parameters, in Proceedings of the 2003 IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium, 24-25 April 2003, pp. 247–254.

66.  Beauvais, J.C. J.C. Lam, M.J. Lee, V.C. Reis, Y.Y. Haimes, J.H. Lambert 2003. Asset management for Virginia highways and roads, in Proceedings of the 2003 IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium; 24-25 April 2003, pp. 269–274.

67.  Ba-Ali, M.A., B.B. Barrett, D.A. Cowden, J.T. Zane, C.A. Pinto, K.D. Peterson, J.H. Lambert, K.P. Spence, K.E. Lantz, J.S. Miller, W.S. Ferguson 2003. Analytical support for the statewide multimodal long-range transportation plan. In Proceedings of the 2003 IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium, 24-25 April 2003 pp. 183–188.

68.  Lambert, J.H. 2002. Safety-based warrants for roadway lighting. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management, San Juan, Puerto Rico. June 2002.

69.  Lambert, J.H. 2001. Selection of extreme scenarios and protection alternatives in benefit/cost/risk analyses. Risk-Based Decision Making in Water Resources IX, New York: American Society of Civil Engineers. pp. 138-142.

70.  Baker, J.A. and J.H. Lambert 2000. Using multiple factors to select among diverse highway improvements. Proceedings of the 79th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. Paper Number 00-1154. 8 pp.

71.  Parnell, G., B. Ezell, Y. Haimes, J. Lambert, K. Schlussel, and M. Sulcoski 2000. Designing an OOTW knowledge hierarchy for a decision support system for military planners 2000. Phalanx. 33(4). pp. 14-18. December 2000.

72.  Ezell, B.C., G.S. Parnell, Y.Y. Haimes, J.H. Lambert 2000. Designing an OOTW decision support system for military planners. In Proceedings of the 2000 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics. Volume 1, 8-11 Oct. 2000, pp. 495–499.

73.  Lambert, J.H. and Y.Y. Haimes 1998. Extreme-value distributions in probabilistic risk assessment. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management (PSAM4) September 13-18, 1998. New York City, USA. pp. 1241-1244.

74.  Lambert, J.H. 1998. Probabilistic risk assessment of water systems vulnerable to tampering. in Risk-Based Decision Making in Water Resources VIII. Y.Y. Haimes, D.A. Moser, and E.Z. Stakhiv, Eds., New York: American Society of Civil Engineers pp. 1-9.

75.  Haimes, Y.Y. and J.H. Lambert 1998. Risk management of rare and extreme events. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management (PSAM4) September 13-18, 1998. New York City, USA. pp. 2565-2568.

76.  Lambert, J.H., D. Li, and Y.Y. Haimes 1994. Extreme values of monotonic functions and evaluation of catastrophic flood loss. Extreme Value Theory and Applications. Proceedings of the Conference on Extreme Value Theory and Applications, Volume 3, J. Galambos, J. Lechner, and E. Simiu, eds., NIST Special Publication No. 866, Washington D.C., U.S. Government Printing Office. pp. 157-164.

77.  Haimes, Y.Y. and J.H. Lambert 1998. Critical infrastructures and risk of rare and extreme events. Proceedings of Internationales Wasserbau-Symposium Aachen 1998 (28.IWASA). Jurgen Kongeter, Ed. Aachen, Germany: Technischen Hochschule Aachen. pp. 241-265.

78.  Tulsiani, V., J.H. Lambert, Y.Y. Haimes, and S.K. Nanda 1996. Reliability of the navigation channel of the upper Mississippi River. in Risk-Based Decision Making in Water Resources VII. Y.Y. Haimes, D.A. Moser, and E.Z. Stakhiv, Eds., New York: American Society of Civil Engineers. pp. 142-153.

79.  Lambert, J.H., L.R. Johnson, and Y.Y. Haimes 1996. The impact of multiple failure modes in risk analysis for civil infrastructure management. in Risk-Based Decision Making in Water Resources VII. Y.Y. Haimes, D.A. Moser, and E.Z. Stakhiv, Eds., New York: American Society of Civil Engineers. pp. 80-105.

80.  Haimes, Y.Y., J.H. Lambert, V. Tulsiani, and D. Li. 1995. Reliability-based rehabilitation of water infrastructure. in Research Transformed into Practice-Implementation of NSF Research, J. Colville and A.M. Amde, eds., New York: American Society of Civil Engineers, pp. 29-40.

81.  Lambert, J.H., D. Li, and Y.Y. Haimes 1994. Risk of extreme flood losses under uncertain physical conditions. in Engineering Risk in Natural Resources Management. L. Duckstein and E. Parent, Eds., Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers. pp. 321-330.

82.  Haimes, Y.Y., T. Barry, and J.H. Lambert 1994. When and how can you specify a probability distribution when you don't know much. in Risk-Based Decision Making in Water Resources VI. Y.Y. Haimes, D.A. Moser, and E.Z. Stakhiv, Eds., New York: American Society of Civil Engineers, pp. 19-25.

83.  Lambert, J.H., C.W. Ling, and Y.Y. Haimes 1992. Remediation site prioritization by the risk ranking and filtering method. Risk-Based Decision Making in Water Resources V. Y.Y. Haimes, D.A. Moser, and E.Z. Stakhiv, Eds. New York: American Society of Civil Engineers.

 

Technical Reports

1.     Wallace, J., B. Hoeft, J.H. Lambert, K. Martin, N. Spiller, S. Takigawa, L. Weiskopf, B. Smith 2016. Successful Intermodal Corridor Management Practices for Sustainable System Performance. Scan Team Report NCHRP Project 20-69A, Scan 14-02. National Cooperative Highway Research program, Transportation Research Board, National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine. http://onlinepubs.trb.org/onlinepubs/nchrp/docs/NCHRP20-68A_14-02.pdf 118pp.

2.     Fiol, M., M.W. DeLong, P. Knaster, C. Glendening, J. Bohard, C. Kay, J.H. Lambert, S.A. Thekdi 2012. Best Practices For Risk-Based Forecasts Of Land Volatility For Corridor Management And Sustainable Communities. Scan Team Report. NCHRP Project 20-68A, Scan 10-01. National Cooperative Highway Research Program. January 2012. 126pp. http://onlinepubs.trb.org/onlinepubs/nchrp/docs/NCHRP20-68A_10-01.pdf

3.     Lambert, J.H., A.I. Parlak, Q. Zhou, J.S. Miller, M.D. Fontaine, T.M. Guterbock, and J.L. Clements 2011. Implications of Population Behaviors for the Performance of Highways in a Dirty Bomb Attack to the National Capital Region. Virginia Department of Emergency Management. Technical Report. Technical Report. 141 pp. (August 2011)

4.     Guterbock, T.M., J.H. Lambert, R.A. Bebel, M.W. Parker 2011. NCR Behavioral Survey 2011_: Work, School or Home?_Issues in Sheltering in Place during an Emergency. Technical Report of the Virginia Department of Emergency Management. Richmond Virginia. Technical Report. 155pp. (August 2011).

5.     Guterbock, T.M., J.H. Lambert, R.A. Bebel, J.M. Ellis, and D.A. Kermer 2010. Population Behaviors in Dirty Bomb Attack Scenarios: A Survey of the National Capital Region. Virginia Department of Emergency Management. Richmond, Virginia. Technical Report. 64pp plus appendices. (April 2010)

6.     Lambert, J.H., S.A. Thekdi, and Q. Zhou 2012. Land Development Risk Analysis for Multimodal Transportation Corridors. US Federal Highway Administration and Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research. 75pp.

7.     Lambert, J.H. A.S. Linthicum, E.K. Kim, L.R. Kincaid, S.M. Rash, G.W. Schmidt, 2008. Risk-Based Framework Using Geographic Information Systems to Identify Transportation Corridors Vulnerable to Development. VTRC No. 08-CR8. US Federal Highway Administration and Virginia Transportation Research Council. 76 pp.

8.     Haimes, Y.Y., B.M. Horowitz, J.H. Lambert, J.R. Santos, and K.G. Crowther 2008. Harmonizing and Uniting the Key Technical Disciplines for Risk Management of Cyber Security. Institute for Information  Infrastructure Protection. Dartmouth, New Hampshire. 15 pp.

9.     Lambert, J.H. and N.N. Joshi 2006. Benefits Estimates of Highway Capital Improvements with Uncertain Parameters. VTRC No. 07-CR4. Charlottesville, VA: Virginia Transportation Research Council. 35pp.

10.  Lambert, J.H., A.S. Linthicum, and S.M. Wadie 2006. Comparison of Virginia's Multimodal Transportation Corridors Using Cost and Demographic Analyses. VTRC No.  07-CR3. Charlottesville, VA: Virginia Transportation Research Council. 74pp.

11.  Lambert, J.H., K.D. Peterson, S.M. Wadie, M.W. Farrington 2005. Development of a Methodology to Coordinate and Prioritize Multimodal Investment Networks. VTRC No. 05-CR14. Charlottesville, VA: Virginia Transportation Research Council. 28pp.

12.  Miller, J.S., R.E. Turochy, and J.H. Lambert 2002. Considerations in the Development of Procedures for Prioritizing Transportation Improvement Projects in Virginia. VTRC No. 02-R6. Charlottesville, VA: Virginia Transportation Research Council. 33pp.

13.  Tsang, J.L., J.H. Lambert, and R.C. Patev 2002. Multiple-Criteria Decision-Making in the Design of Innovative Lock Walls for Barge Impact; Phase 2, Implementation Methodologies. ERDC/ITL TR-02-5. U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center. Innovations for Navigation Projects Research Program. Vicksburg, Mississippi: ERDC Vicksburg Publications. http://libweb.wes.army.mil/uhtbin/hyperion/ITL-TR-02-5.pdf

14.  Haimes, Y.Y., R. Krzysztofowicz, D. Li, V. Tulsiani, and J.H. Lambert 1996. Risk-Based Evaluation of Flood Warning and Preparedness Systems. Vols. 1 and 2. Institute for Water Resources, US Army Corps of Engineers, Ft. Belvoir, Virginia. IWR Reports 96-R-25 (88 pp.), 96R-26 (164 pp.). http://www.iwr.usace.army.mil/inside/products/pub/pubsearchA.cfm

15.  Lambert, J.H., and B.C. Yen 1990. Runoff Frequency as Joint Probability of Runoff Coefficient and Rainfall in the Rational Method. Water Resources and Environmental Engineering Research Report No. 5. Department of Civil Engineering, University of Virginia. Charlottesville, Virginia.

 

Miscellaneous other Publications (technical reports, chapters in edited volumes, etc.)

 

1.     Linkov, I., E. Wells, B. Trump, Z.A. Collier, S. Goerger, and J.H. Lambert 2018. Blockchain benefits and risks. The Military Engineer. March-April 2018. pp. 62-63.

2.     Lambert, J.; Linthicum, A. 2007. Final Contract Report: Risk-Based Approach to Corridor Protection with GIS Analysis. Technical Report of the Virginia Transportation Research Council. 2007.

3.     Lambert, J.H. 1997;  Probabilistic risk assessment of water systems vulnerable to tampering. in Risk-Based Decision Making in Water Resources VIII   9-Jan 1997 ASCE

4.     Lambert, J.H. 2005. Development of a methodology to coordinate and prioritize multimodal investment networks. Technical Report of the Virginia Transportation Research Council.

5.     Lambert, J.H.; Haimes, J.Y.; Tsang, J.L.; Jiang, P.; Patev, R.C.;  Multiple-Criteria Decision-Making in the Design of Innovative Lock Walls for Barge Impact; Phase 1     2001 DTIC Document.

6.     Lambert, J.H.; Jennings, RK 2005. Business Process Modeling for the Virginia Department of Transportation: A Demonstration with the Integrated Six-Year Improvement Program and the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program. Technical Report of the Virginia Transportation Research Council.

7.     Lambert, J.H.; Johnson, L.R.; Haimes, Y.Y. 1995. Impact of multiple failure modes in risk analysis for civil infrastructure management The 1995 7th Conference on Risk-Based Decision Making in Water Resources, Santa Barbara, CA, USA, 10/08-13/95   80-105 1996

8.     Lambert, J.H.; Joshi, N.N. 2006. Benefits Estimates of Highway Capital Improvements with Uncertain Parameters. Technical Report of the Virginia Transportation Research Council.

9.     Lambert, J.H.; Ling, C.W.; Haimes, Y.Y. 1992. Remediation Site Prioritization by the Risk Ranking and Filtering Method. Risk-Based Decision Making in Water Resources V   311-321 1992 ASCE.

10.  Lambert, J.H.; Linthicum, A.S.; Kim, E.K.; Kincaid, L.R.; Rash, S.M.; Schmidt, G.W. 2008.  Risk-based framework using geographic information systems to identify transportation corridors vulnerable to development. Technical Report of the Virginia Transportation Research Council

11.  Lambert, J.H.; Linthicum, A.S.; Wadie, S.M. 2006. Comparison of Virginia's Multimodal Transportation Corridors Using Cost and Demographic Analyses. Technical Report of the Virginia Transportation Research Council.

12.  Lambert, J.H.; Pinto, C.A.; Peterson, K.D. 2003. Extended Comparison Tool for Major Highway Projects. Technical Report of the Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research.

13.  Lambert, J.H.; Sarda, P. 2002.  Risk Analysis in Disaster Planning by Superposition of Infrastructure and Societal Networks. Risk-Based Decisionmaking in Water Resources X   11-Jan 2002 ASCE.

14.  Lambert, J.H.; Schroeder, M.J.; Ferguson, W.S. 2009. Scenario-Based Transportation Planning with Involvement of Metropolitan Planning Organizations. Technical Report of the Virginia Transportation Research Council.

15.  Lambert, J.H.; Thekdi, S.A.; Zhou, Q. 2011. Land Development Risk Analysis for Multimodal Transportation Corridors. Technical Report of the VCTIR. Charlottesville, VA.     2011.

16.  Lambert, J.H.; Turley, T.C. 2003. Screening Methodology for Needs of Roadway Lighting     Technical Report of the Virginia Transportation Research Council.

17.  Lambert, JH; Baker, JA; Baldwin, CR; Jacoub, IA; Raker, MR 2005. Risk-Cost-Benefit Databases and Graphical Aids for Allocating Resources to Road Safety Improvements.   Report of the Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research 2005.  

18.  Lambert, JH; Li, D.; Haimes, YY 1999. Risk of extreme flood losses under uncertain physical conditions NATO ASI Series E Applied Sciences-Advanced Study Institute 275  321-330 1994 Boston, MA: Martinus Nijhoff, 1999.

19.  Lambert, JH; Li, D.; Haimes, YY 1994.  Extreme Values Of Monotonic Functions And Evaluation Of Catastrophic Flood Loss NIST SPECIAL PUBLICATION SP; 157-157 1994 NATIONAL INSTIUTE OF STANDARDS & TECHNOLOGY.

20.  Lambert, JH; Turley, T.C.; A Tiered Best-Of Scoring Method for Evaluating Safety Project Needs. Report of the Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research 2007.   

21.  Dicdican, R.Y.; Haimes, Y.Y.; Lambert, J.H. 2004; Risk-Based Asset Management Methodology for Highway Infrastructure Systems. Technical Report of the Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research.

22.  Haimes, Y.Y.; Lambert, J.; Frohwein, H.; Hashemi, P.; Schiff, L. 1997. A tool to aid the comparison of improvement projects for the Virginia Department of Transportation Technical Report. Charlottesville: Virginia Transportation Research Council.

23.  Haimes, Y.Y.; Lambert, J.H.; Tulsiani, V.; Li, D.;  Reliability-Based Rehabilitation of Water Infrastructure. Research Transformed into Practice: Implementation of NSF Research   29-40  ASCE.

24.  Haimes, Y.Y.; Lambert, JH; Horowitz, BM; Kaplan, S.; Pikus, IM; Leung, MF; Mosenthal, AD 2004. Risk Assessment and Management of Critical Highway Infrastructure. Report of the VA Center for Transportation Innovation and Research

25.  Crowther, KG; Dicdican, RY; Leung, MF; Lian, C.; Williams, GM; Haimes, YY; Lambert, JH; Horowitz, BM; Santos, JR 2004. Assessing and Managing Risk of Terrorism to Virginia's Interdependent Transportation Systems. Technical Report of the Virginia Transportation Research Council.

26.  Crowther, KG; Dicdican, RY; Leung, MF; Lian, C.; Williams, GM; Haimes, YY; Lambert, JH; Horowitz, BM; Santos, JR 2004. FINAL CONTRACT REPORT ASSESSING AND MANAGING RISK OF TERRORISM TO VIRGINIA’S INTERDEPENDENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS  2004. 

27.  Haimes, Y.Y.; Li, D.; Tulsiani, V.; Lambert, J.H.; Krzysztofowicz, R. 1996.  Risk-Based Evaluation of Flood Warning and Preparedness Systems. Volume 2-Technical.     1996 DTIC Document

28.  Haimes, Y.Y.; Li, D.; Tulsiani, V.; Lambert, J.H.; Krzysztofowicz, R. 1996.  Risk-Based Evaluation of Flood Warning and Preparedness Systems. Volume 1-Overview.     1996 DTIC Document.

29.  Haimes, YY; Horowitz, BM; Lambert, JH; Santos, JR; Crowther, KG 2008. Harmonizing and Uniting the Key Technical Disciplines for Risk Management of Cyber Security     2008 New Hampshire: Institute for Information Infrastructure Protection, Dartmouth College.

30.  Johnson-Payton, L.R.; Haimes, Y.Y.; Lambert, J.H.;  A methodology for risk management of compound failure modes. Research and Practice in Multiple Criteria Decision Making   15-44 2000 Springer.

31.  Joshi, N.N. and J.H. Lambert  2007. Benefits Estimates of Highway Capital Improvements with Uncertain Parameters.     Report of the Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research 2007.

32.  Linkov, I.; Bridges, T.S.; Hady, A.; Jansdottir, I.; Kiker, G.; Lambert, J.; MacBride, M.; Palmas-Oliveira, J.M.; Ranger, N.; Russo, E. 2010;  Brief summary of a North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) advanced research workshop on global climate change and local adaptation. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 6 4 617-618 2010 Wiley Online Library.

33.  Puckett, DC; Haimes, YY; Lambert, JH; Mahoney, BB; Mathis, ED; DoD, US;  Risk Management of DoD Business Continuity: Lessons from Major Corporations. Technical Report submitted to the Joint Program Office on Special Technology Countermeasures. USDoD.   

34.  Tsang, J.L.; Lambert, J.H.; Patev, R.C. 2002. Multiple-criteria decision-making in the design of innovative lock walls for barge impact; Phase 2, Implementation of methodologies. DTIC Document.

35.  Tulsiani, V.; Lambert, J.H.; Haimes, Y.Y.; Nanda, SK 1996. Reliability of the navigation channel of the upper Mississippi River Proceedings of Risk-Based Decision Making in Water Resources. Y.Y. Haimes and D.A. Moser, Eds., ASCE, NEW YORK, NY,(USA). 142-153 1996.

Presentations at Student Conferences

1.     Sweeney, J.C., Ledwith, M.C., Costello, D.S., Lin, J.S., Brown, D. N., Leimbach, T.R., Gotsch, M.P., Wheeler, J.P. ; Steers, C.J., Slutzky, D.L., and Lambert, J.H. 2017. “Deployment of advanced bidirectional chargers to lower total cost of ownership of electric-vehicle fleets.” In 2017 Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium pp. 312–317. doi.org/10.1109/SIEDS.2017.793773

2.     Thorisson, H. and J.H. Lambert. Invited Presentation. Resilience of systems engineering for power grid of Afghanistan. SERC Doctoral Students Forum. Conference of the Systems Engineering Research Council. Washington DC. November 16, 2016.

3.   Fitzsimmons, J.D., S.J. Kritzer, V.A. Muthiah, J.J. Parmer, T.J. Rykal, M.T. Stone, M.C. Brannon, J.P. Wheeler, D.L. Slutzky, and J.H. Lambert (2016) Simulation of an electric vehicle fleet to forecast availability of grid balancing resources. 2016 IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium. pp. 205-210.

4.     Merrill, C.H.; Lam, V.H.; Van Vleet, M.J.; Chatti, M.S.; Brannon, M.C.; Connelly, E.B.; Lambert, J.H.; Slutzky, D.L.; Wheeler, J.P. 2015. Modeling and simulation of fleet vehicle batteries for integrated logistics and grid services. 2015 IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium (SIEDS), pp. 255 – 260. Best Paper Award.

5.     Chen, L.X.; Chowdhury, A.A.; Loulakis, C.M.; Ownes, M.A.; Thorisson, H.; Connelly, E.B.; Tucker, C.J.; Lambert, J.H. Visualization of large data sets for project planning and prioritization on transportation corridors. Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium (SIEDS). 6 pp.

6.     Bi, Yue; Codeluppi, Daniel; Fu, Nelson; Magennis, Cherie; Powell, Akira; Sisto, Samuel; Hamilton, Michelle; Xu, Junrui; and Lambert, J.H. Risk management of transportation networks with dynamic segmentation and multicriteria data analytics. 2014 IEEE Systems & Information Engineering Design Symposium.

7.     Watson, A.P.; Hemminger, N.L.; Rinehart, P.A.; Fitzsimmons, J.R.; MacKenzie, R.J.; George, Z.C.; Thekdi, S.A.; Xu, J.; Lambert, J.H.;  Identifying and managing infrastructure corridor access for economic development, safety, and land use decision making Systems and Information Design Symposium (SIEDS), 2012 IEEE   162-166 2012 IEEE

8.     Del Rosario, T.K.; Kampmann, M.E.; McGrath, J.T.; Connelly, E.B.; Gomes, JO; Lambert, JH 2012. Avatar design and monitoring in a virtual disaster for all-hazards preparedness and infrastructure management in Brazil Systems and Information Design Symposium (SIEDS), 2012 IEEE   167-172 2012 IEEE.

9.     de Dios Aguilar, J.; Giorgis, M.R.; Walcoff, C.E.; Gude, M.A.; Thanarat, P.; Thekdi, S.A.; Lambert, J.H.;  Risk-based adaptive management for future land development adjacent to critical transportation infrastructure systems Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium (SIEDS), 2011 IEEE   115-120 2011 IEEE.

10.  Meyer, T.S.; Muething, J.Z.; Lima, G.A.S.; Torres, B.R.R. 2011. Gomes, J.O.; Lambert, J.H.; Decision support system interface design for radiological emergency response coordination in Brazil Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium (SIEDS), 2011 IEEE   146-151 2011 IEEE. Best Paper Award.

11.  Morgan, W.L.; Murray, A.L.; Pillutla, S.; Policastro, C.J.; Young, A.A.; Karvetski, C.W.; Lambert, J.H. 2010.  Identifying climate and other scenarios that influence the performance of coastal infrastructure projects in Alaska Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium (SIEDS), 2010 IEEE   192-197 2010 IEEE.

12.  Lerner, N.; Lynch, R.A.; Meyer, T.S.; Meuthing, J.Z.; Pisecki, Z.J.; Gomes, J.O.; Lambert, J.H. 2010.  Benchmarking and compliance analysis of Brazil radiological emergency plans Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium (SIEDS), 2010 IEEE   157-162 2010 IEEE.

13.  Galle, K.M.; Ale, JC; Hossain, M.M.; Moliterno, M.J.; Rowell, M.K.; Revenko, N.V.; Rogerson, E.C.; Tucker, S.F.; Crowther, K.G.; Lambert, J.H. 2010. Risk-based airport selection for runway safety assessments through the development and application of systems-driven prioritization methodologies Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium (SIEDS), 2010 IEEE   169-174 2010 IEEE

14.  Javed, O.; Melnick, M.J.; Reaves, D.S.; Todd, J.W.; Karvetski, C.W.; Lambert, J.H. 2009. Decision analysis for an Afghanistan sustainable infrastructure plan (ASIP) with volatile emergent conditions Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium, 2009. SIEDS'09.   95-100 2009 IEEE.

15.  Schroeder, M.J.; Williams, E.E.; Kersh, M.N.; Saqib, A.A.; Lambert, J.H. 2008.  Scenario-based planning for the regional impacts of statewide multimodal transportation policies Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium, 2008. SIEDS 2008. IEEE   100-105 2008 IEEE.

16.  Schmidt, G.W.; Rash, S.M.; Kincaid, L.R.; Kim, E.K.; Lambert, J.H. 2008.  Incorporating the costs of access management to the prioritization of transportation corridors vulnerable to land development Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium, 2008. SIEDS 2008. IEEE   95-99 2008 IEEE

17.  Kamatu, J.N.; Hutchins, T.N.; Wagner, A.G.; Lambert, J.H. 2007. Mapping and accessibility analysis of Virginia transit systems Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium, 2007. SIEDS 2007. IEEE   4-Jan 2007 IEEE.

18.  Annes, B.A.; Carpenter, N.A.; Hashmani, A.; McGinnis, B.J.; Parrish, M.A.; Joshi, N.N.; Lambert, J.H. 2006. Prioritizing Highway Construction with a Benefits Analysis.  Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium, 2006 IEEE   118-123 2006 IEEE

19.  Aliberti, AE; Benbanaste, J.; Choi, S.H.; Estripeaut, I.; Perry, J.J.; Streufert, D.J.; Lambert, JH; Jennings, RK 2005. Business process modeling for a highway agency-a demonstration with planning and programming activities Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium, 2005 IEEE   308-317 2005 IEEE.

20.  Tiffany, R.P.; Issadore, E.L.; Smith, R.T.; Sarda, P.; Lambert, J.H.; Rasnick, C.H.; Fiol, M.; Ferguson, W.S.;  Process development and integration for the six-year program and the statewide transportation improvement program Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium, 2004. Proceedings of the 2004 IEEE   227-232 2004 IEEE

21.  Copperman, R.B.; Devlin, M.P.; Ewalt, R.M.; Lockhart, T.A.; Peterson, K.D.; Lambert, J.H.; Tischer, M.L.; Spence, K.P.; Graham, K.A.; Ferguson, W.S. 2004. Coordinating and prioritizing multimodal transportation projects Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium, 2004. Proceedings of the 2004 IEEE   113-119 2004 IEEE.

22.  Sarda, P.; Lambert, JH 2004. Risk-based model for tracking complexity in system vulnerability analysis Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium, 2004. Proceedings of the 2004 IEEE   65-70 2004 IEEE

23.  Ba-Ali, M.A.; Barrett, B.B.; Cowden, D.A.; Zane, J.T.; Pinto, C.A.; Peterson, K.D.; Lambert, J.H.; Spence, K.P.; Lantz, K.E.; Miller, J.S. 2003.  Analytical support for the statewide multimodal long-range transportation plan. Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium, 2003 IEEE   183-188 2003 IEEE

24.  Deans, R.L.; Miller, A.R.; Murrill, J.K.; Sanders, J.R.; Turley, T.C.; Lambert, J.H.; Bridewell, T.A.; Cottrell, B.H. 2003. Screening needs for roadway lighting by exposure assessment and site-parameters Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium, 2003 IEEE   247-254 2003 IEEE. Best Student Paper award.

25.  Beauvais, J.C.; Lam, J.C.; Lee, M.J.; Reis, V.C.; Haimes, Y.Y.; Lambert, J.H. 2003.  Asset management for Virginia highways and roads Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium, 2003 IEEE   269-274 2003 IEEE.

(i) Invited talks

 

Presentations (less than one hour):

 

1.     Lambert, J.H. Invited talk “Compliance and Risk Management in the Fourth Revolution” at the Dia Mundial da Acreditaćčo, hosted by Brazil National Institute of Metrology, Quality, and Technology Inmetro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 18, 2018.

2.     Lambert, J.H. Invited talk “Disrupting Priorities of Engineering Systems in the Fourth Revolution” Donlinks School of Economics and Management, University of Science and Technology Beijing, Beijing, China, July 5, 2018.

3.     Invited Plenary Panelist. “Future of Engineering Systems Education” Annual Conference of Council of Engineering Systems Universities. Tokyo, Japan. June 2018.

4.     Lambert, J.H. Invited talk “Current Research in Environmental Systems Analysis” Extremes Working Group, Earth Lab, University of Colorado. Boulder, CO. April 26-27, 2018.

5.     Lambert, J.H. Invited talk “Innovating Priorities in Security, Risk, and Resilience of Advanced Logistics Systems” University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma, February 19, 2018.

6.     Lambert, J.H. Invited talk “Energy and Mobility Requirements of Future Logistics Systems” at Cville Solar Project, a Contracted Independent Organization at the University of Virginia.  February 6, 2018.

7.     Lambert, J.H. Invited talk “Addressing Emergent and Future Conditions in Systemic Risk Analysis” in MMF Symposium: The Human vs The Machine. University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, January 19, 2018.

8.     Lambert, J.H. Invited talk “Engineering Systems and Risk Analysis”, Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, Potsdam, Germany, December 7, 2017.

9.     Lambert, J.H. Invited plenary talk (30 mins). “Tracking Emergent and Future Conditions that Disrupt Priorities of an Enterprise System” in International Workshop on Optimization, Financial Engineering, and Risk Management. Qingdao, China. July 17-18, 2017.

10.  Lambert, J.H. Invited plenary talk “Disrupting Priorities for Infrastructure Systems via Risk and Resilience Analytics” in 2017 Service System Engineering Conference & 2017 IEEE Symposium on Analytics and Risk. Shanghai, China. July 7-9, 2017.

11.  Lambert, J.H. Invited plenary talk “Disaster Risk and Supply Chain Management” in 2017 Taichung Forum on Smart City and Risk Governance, 2017 Pacific-Asia Risk Analysis Congress, and the Annual Conference of the Taiwan Chapter of Society for Risk Analysis, Taichung City, Taiwan, May 25-26, 2017.

12.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk “Risk Analysis and Systems Engineering” Taichung City Fire Bureau, May 24, 2017.

13.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk “Resilience Analytics” in Panel on “Climate Change/Resilience”, Committee on the Future Interstates, Transportation Research Board, National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. Miami Beach, FL, March 27-28, 2017.

14.  Lambert, J.H. Invited plenary introduction. “Welcome from the SRA” and “Introduction of LTG Thomas Bostick, USACE”, SRA Risk Policy Forum on Key Enabling Technologies. Venice, Italy, March 1-3, 2017.

15.  Lambert, J.H., Invited plenary talk and panelist. NAS Report on Genetically Engineered Crops, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, December 2016.

16.   Lambert, J.H. Plenary talk. “Welcome from the Society for Risk Analysis” and “Changing of Mind in Risk Analysis” Annual Meeting of the SRA Nordic Chapter, Gothenburg, Sweden, November 2016.

17.  Lambert, J.H. Plenary talk. “Welcome from the Society for Risk Analysis” and “Must Risk Analysts Mean What They Say” Annual Meeting of the SRA Australia-New Zealand Chapter, Adelaide, Australia, November 2016.

18.  Lambert, J.H. Keynote talk. "Principles of Resilience and Risk Analytics Disrupting Priorities for Infrastructure Development" School of Economics and Management, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China. October 26, 2016.

19.  Lambert, J.H. Plenary talk. “Resilience Analytics for Evolution of Infrastructure Stakeholder and Organizational Values” 2016 Service System Engineering Conference and 2016 IEEE Symposium on Analytics and Risk. (http://artc2016.csp.escience.cn/dct/page/1) University of Chinese Academy of Sciences. Beijing, China. July 8-10, 2016.

20.  Lambert, J.H. Plenary talk. “Must Cyber Risk Assessments Mean What They Say: Resilience Analytics for Changes of Mind” NATO Workshop on Resilience-Based Approaches to Critical Infrastructure Safeguarding. Ponta Delgada, Azores, Portugal, 26-29 June 2016.

21.  Lambert, J.H. Plenary talk. “Roles of the Society for Risk Analysis—SRA President’s Welcome” Delivered by teleconference video. Third Congress of the Latin America Regional Organization of the Society for Risk Analysis. Sao Paulo, Brazil. May 10-13, 2016.

22.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Advanced Logistics Systems and Economic Development” presented in the Plenary Session on ITS and Economic Development. 22nd ITS Virginia Annual Conference and Exposition, Intelligent Transportation Society of Virginia, Omni Richmond Hotel, Richmond, VA. May19-20, 2016.

23.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Risk Assessment for Afghanistan Power Grid Capacity Expansion” USAID Workshop on Infrastructure. Washington D.C. December 15, 2015.

24.  Lambert, J.H. Plenary talk. “Must Risk Assessments Mean What They Say: Resilience Analytics for a Change of Mind” Workshop on Risk and Resilience in the Face of Global Change. https://www.agci.org/event/15s5 Aspen Global Change Institute, Aspen, Colorado, USA, November 30 - December 5, 2015.

25.  Lambert, J.H. Plenary panelist. “Risk Management--Major Developments Changing the Playing Field at the Intersection of Natural Resources and Industrial Operations” at 10th Natural Resources Symposium, Georgetown University and Ad-Hoc Industry Natural Resource Management Group, Washington, DC., October 14-15, 2015.

26.  Lambert, J.H. Plenary talk. “Disrupting priorities for infrastructure systems via risk and resilience analytics” (Plenary) 2015 IEEE Symposium on Analytics and Risk in Complex Management Systems (ISARCRM 2015). School of Economics and Management, University of the Chinese Academy of Science. Beijing, China. August 14-16, 2015.

27.  Lambert, J.H. Plenary discussant. “Risk and resilience in an ever-changing world” Plenary Session. with Dr. Igor Linkov (Chair, US Army Corps of Engineers) and LTG Thomas Bostick (Presenter, US Army Corps of Engineers) and Prof. Wolfgang Kroger (Presenter, ETH Zurich, Switzerland). Fourth World Congress on Risk. Society for Risk Analysis. Singapore. July 19-23, 2015.

28.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. "Quantitative model of population behavioral scenarios influencing resilience management of a radiological dirty bomb” NSF Workshop on Natural Disasters. National Science Foundation and Mathematics of Planet Earth. Georgia Tech. Atlanta, GA. May 13-15, 2015.

29.  Connelly, E.B. (presenter) and Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Managing risks from emergent and future scenarios in supply chain logistics,” Workshop of the Military Operations Research Society (MORS) and Security Analysis and Risk Management Association (SARMA) on “How Risk Assessments Inform National Security Decision Making,” Alexandria, VA, October 14-17, 2014.

30.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. Disruptive imagination for energy, transportation, water, and large-scale engineering systems. Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, Abu Dhabi, UAE. July 9, 2014.

31.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Risk-Cost-Benefit Analysis of Transportation Corridors with Heterogeneous Data” International Workshop on Road Risk Management. World Roads Association (PIARC) (Plenary). Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy. May 28, 2014.

32.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Emergent Conditions, Risk, and Resilience of Transportation and Energy Systems” (Plenary), Risk and Resilience Methods in Transportation and Energy Systems, Hosted by the Embassy of Canada, Academy of Sciences and Technology of Germany, Helmoltz Foundation, and Society for Risk Analysis; at the Embassy of Canada, Berlin, Germany, February 4, 2014.

33.  Lambert, J.H. Plenary talk. “Risk Management of Land Development on Critical Highway Corridors” (Plenary) Presented to the International Workshop on Risk and Emergency Management for Roads. Sponsored by the World Roads Association (PIARC) and the National Transportation Authority of Japan. Osaka, Japan, May 30-31, 2013.

34.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Integrated Priority-Setting with Climate Change and other Stressors” (Plenary) Presented to the Symposium on Risks of Extreme Storms Due to a Changing Climate: Impacts and Adaptation for Washington DC. Sponsored by Council on Disaster Risk Management of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and the Center for Research and Development of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). Washington, D.C., April 25, 2013.

35.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Climate Change and Setting Transportation Priorities” (Plenary). Systemic Impacts of Climate on Transportation Workshop. National Highway Institute. US Department of Transportation. October 11, 2012.

36.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Quantifying Climate Risk”. GreenGov2012. White House Council on Environmental Quality and Association of Climate Change Officers. Washington DC. September 25, 2012.

37.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Corridor Trace Analysis for Transportation Planning, Safety, and Land Use” (Plenary). 2012 Virginia GIS Conference. Omni Hotel. Charlottesville, VA. September 10, 2012.

38.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Review of Decision Analysis Integrating Warnings of Biological Threat”. Meeting of the Standing Committee on Health Threats Resilience. Institute of Medicine of the National Academies. Keck Center. Washington DC. August 20, 2012.

39.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Forecasting and Management of Land Development Adjacent to Transportation Corridors” (Plenary), Virginia Section of the Institute for Transportation Engineers. Virginia Beach, VA, June 28-29, 2012.

40.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Public behavior during dirty bomb attack scenarios” National capital region transportation impacts. All Hazards Consortium. September 20, 2011.

41.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Energy Security and Islanding of Industrial Installations” Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Shanghai, China. October 2010.

42.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Behavioral Implications for Dirty-Bomb Attack to the National Capital Region”. Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, June 2, 2010.

43.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Risk Management for a Dirty Bomb Attack in the NCR”, Northern Virginia Transportation Evacuation Study, Fairfax County, VA. May 2011.

44.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Radiological dirty bomb evacuation of the National Capital Region”. Second Annual State Border Coordination Workshop, Sponsored by the All-Hazards Consortium, Gettysburg, PA, January 2010.

45.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk “Addressing land development adjacent to transportation corridors”. Institute of Transportation Engineers, Virginia Section Annual Meeting, Virginia Beach, VA, June 25-26, 2009.

46.  Lambert, J.H, Invited talk. “Multicriteria and Scenario Analysis for Prioritizing Infrastructure Investments”, US Army Workshop on the Afghanistan Sustainable Infrastructure Plan, University Club, Washington D.C., November 24-25, 2008

47.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Risk Management and Decision Analysis for Extreme Events”. Cognitive Decision Making Workshop, US Army Corps of Engineers. September 2008, Arlington, VA.

48.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Extreme Events and Risk Management”. National Science Foundation Workshop on “Risk Perception, Policy & Practice”, Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute, Research Triangle Park, NC, October 3-4, 2007

49.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Flood Risk Management”. Flood Risk Decision and Planning Workshop, S.onsored by the Waterways Experiment Station, US Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile, AL, January 18-19, 2007.

50.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Hurricane Impacts to Transportation Infrastructure”, Virginia Transportation Conference, Roanoke, VA, October 2004.

51.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Risk Analysis and Systems Engineering Theory, Methods, and Applications”, International Council on Systems Engineering, Capital Chapter meeting, Centerville, VA, May 28, 2002

52.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Critical Infrastructure Assessment and Risk Management”, Field Operations Research Advisory Committee, Virginia Department of Transportation and Virginia Transportation Research Council, Virginia Beach, Virginia, May 15-16, 2001.

53.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Project Selection Methodology for the Virginia Department of Transportation”, Transportation Planning Division, County of Chesterfield, Virginia, October 25, 2000.

54.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Risk-Informed Hurricane Preparedness for a Highway Agency”, Virginia Department of Emergency Management, Richmond, Virginia, October 6, 2000.

55.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Future of Methodology for the Virginia Transportation Six-Year Plan”, Governor’s Commission on Transportation Policy, Richmond, Virginia, October 2, 2000.

56.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Risk Management of Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Systems of Water Supply”, US EPA/DOE Workshop on Protecting Our Water Supply Infrastructure, Argonne National Laboratory, Chicago, Illinois, August 8-9, 2000.

57.  Lambert, J.H. Invited talk. “Factoring Risk Reduction into VDOT Highway Improvement Project Decisions”, 48th Virginia Transportation Conference, Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Virginia, October 15-16, 1998.

58.  Lambert, J.H. (with Y. Haimes and D. Li). Invited talk. Reliability modeling of the Mississippi Navigation Channel, National Weather Service, Washington, D.C., March 13, 1996

59.   Lambert, J.H. (with Y. Haimes and B. Johnson). Invited talk. “Nonstationary Risk of Extreme Events and Multiple Failure Modes”, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM, December 1, 1995.

 

Other meetings:

Invited participant. 8th Annual Virginia Economic Summit. Virginia Chamber of Commerce Foundation. Williamsburg, VA. December 1, 2017.

Invited participant. 5th Intelligent Transportation Systems PCB University Workshop, Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center, McLean, Virginia, November 8-9, 2017.

Invited participant. Leadership Summit, ASCE Infrastructure Resilience Division, Reston, Virginia, May 11-12, 2017.

Invited participant. AAAS Roundtable on the “Roles of Scientific and Engineering Societies in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and Agenda 2030”. Moderated by Dr. Vaughan Turekian, Science and Technology Adviser to the Secretary of State. Washington D.C., October 13, 2016.

Invited participant. Interagency Working Group on Development Risk. World Bank. Washington D.C. March 2016.

Invited participant. Panel Discussion: Science and Diplomacy at Embassies. Embassy of Germany. Washington DC. December 15, 2014.

Invited participant. USAID Workshop on Infrastructure. Washington DC. December 15-19, 2014.

Invited participant. Institute of Medicine and National Research Council Workshop on Research Priorities to Inform Public Health and Medical Practice for Domestic Ebola Virus Disease. National Academy of Sciences. Washington DC.  November 3, 2014.

Invited participant. LMI Research Institute Government-University Forum. McLean, VA. June 2016.

Invited participant. LMI Research Institute Government-University Forum. McLean, VA. June 2015.

Invited participant.  LMI Research Institute Government-University Forum. McLean, VA. May 21, 2014.

Invited participant. NIST-ASCE-ASME Workshop on Measurement Science for Sustainable Construction and Manufacturing. Reston, VA. June 12-13, 2014. [Author of a proceedings paper from this meeting]

Invited participant.  Symposium on Infrastructure and Community Resilience: Natural and Human-Caused Disasters, University of Maryland (with National Academy of Engineering, National Science Foundation, others), College Park, Maryland. April 11, 2013.

Invited participant. Workshop on Vulnerability Assessment of Critical Infrastructure, with Case Studies on Power Transmission Networks and Dams, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, January 12-14, 2009.

Invited participant. “Risk Management Tools for Port Security, Critical Infrastructure, and Sustainability”, NATO Advanced Research Workshop, Venice, Italy, March 2006.

 

(k) Patents and formal copyrights

 

NONE

 

Sample of software workbooks developed for research sponsors:

 

1.     Asset management portfolio analytics for US Army Corps of Engineers (2014)

2.     Risk management and corridor trace analysis for transportation agencies (2014) https://public.tableausoftware.com/views/corridor_trace_1filter/CorridorTraceAnalysis?:embed=y&:display_count=no

3.     Project prioritization with multicriteria analysis for transportation agencies (2014) https://public.tableausoftware.com/views/CalculateInterstate/InterstatePrioritation?:embed=y&:display_count=no

4.     Characterization of emergent conditions and climate change impacts to US Army Corps of Engineers (2013) http://www.virginia.edu/crmes/USACE_climatechange/

5.     Risk of runway incursions analysis workbooks for Office of Runway Safety, US Federal Aviation Administration (2012), Prioritizes sources of runway incursion risk across over 500 towered airports.

6.     Scenario-based planning for multimodal transportation. www.virginia.edu/crmes/multimodal2 (2008)

7.     Benefits estimates for road improvements, www.virginia.edu/crmes/prioritization (2006)

8.     Corridors-based analysis for multimodal transportation, www.virginia.edu/crmes/multimodal (2006)

9.     Screening methodology for locations of fixed roadway lighting, www.virginia.edu/crmes/lighting (2003)

10.  Transportation investment comparison, www.virginia.edu/crmes/comparison (2002)

11.  Hurricane recovery priorities for a highway agency, www.virginia.edu/crmes/2001hurricane (2001)

12.  Database and priority-setting for highway guardrail needs, www.virginia.edu/crmes/guardrail (2001)

13.  Barge-collision and earthquake impacts for US Army Corps of Engineers navigation locks, www.virginia.edu/crmes/corps_project (2001)

14.  Comparison methodology for highway improvement projects, www.virginia.edu/crmes/VDOT (1999)

 

(l) Professional service details

 

Affiliations

Society for Risk Analysis

Chair (2019), SRA Fifth World Congress on Risk, Cape Town

Past-President (2016-2017)

Chair (2018), Nominating Committee

Chair (2017), Publications Committee

President 2015-2016

Chair, SRA Annual Meeting (2015), 800 registered participants, > 40 countries represented

President-Elect 2014-2015

Fellow 2011-present

Member 1991-present

Others

American Society of Civil Engineers

Fellow 2013-present

Member 1991-present

Associate Editor, ASCE/ASME Journal of Risk and Uncertainty in Engineering Systems

Past Associate Editor, ASCE Journal of Infrastructure Systems

Founding member of ASCE Infrastructure Resilience Division

Member, Alfredo Ang Award Selection Committee (2016-2018)

Others

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Fellow 2017-present

Senior Member 2000-2016

Member 1993-2000

Associate Editor of several IEEE journals

Founding Member, Analytics & Risk Technical Committee of IEEE Systems Council 2015-present

Founding Member, Social & Economic Security Technical Committee of IEEE Systems Man and Cybernetics Society 2017 - present

Member, Technical Program Committee, IEEE SMC 2017 (2017)

Others

Member, American Association for the Advancement of Science (since 2016)

Member, International Council on Systems Engineering (2004-present)

Member, American Society for Engineering Education (2011-2012)

Delegate/Member, Universities Council on Water Resources (2006-2011)

Member, International Association for Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management (1999-present)

Member, National Society of Professional Engineers (1994-present)

Member, International Society on Multiple Criteria Decision Making (2000-present)

Member, Sigma Xi (2001-present)

Tau Beta Pi

      Member 1992-present

      Faculty Advisor, Virginia Alpha Chapter, University of Virginia, 2015-present

Member, American Society for Industrial Security (1997-2007)

Member, American Water Works Association (1997-2007)

Member, American Water Resources Association (1991-2003)

 

Professional Service-Editorial

1.     Editor (with Linkov, Keisler, Figueira), Springer book series on Risk, Systems, & Decisions (since 2015) http://www.springer.com/series/13439

2.     Editor-in-Chief (with Dr. Igor Linkov), Springer journal Environment Systems and Decisions (2012-present)

3.     Editor of special issue “Risk Analytics and Business Intelligence” of Journal of Risk Research (w/Prof. Desheng Wu)  (forthcoming 2018)

4.     Editor of special issue “Big Data” of Risk Analysis (w/ Prof. Jason Choi) (2017)

5.     Editor of special issue “Engineering Applications” of Risk Analysis (w/ Prof. Desheng Wu) (forthcoming 2017)

6.     Area Editor for Engineering, Risk Analysis (2012-present)

7.     Associate Editor, ASME/ASCE Journal of Risk and Uncertainty in Engineering Systems; Part B, Mechanical Engineering (2014–present)

8.     Member, Editorial Board, Reliability Engineering and System Safety (2013-present)

9.     Member, Editorial Board, Risk Analysis (2008-present)

10.  Member, Editorial Board, ASCE Journal of Infrastructure Systems (2007-2012)

11.  Associate Editor, IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part A (2002-2012)

12.  Member, Editorial Board, International Journal of Business Continuity and Risk Management (2008-present)

13.  Editor of special issue of Risk Analysis (w/ Prof. Yacov Haimes) (2012).

14.  Associate Editor, IEEE Transactions on Reliability (1999-2005)

15.  Guest Associate Editor, Risk Analysis (2005)

16.   Editor of two special issues of Risk Analysis “When and How Can You Specify a Probability Distribution When You Don't Know Much” Volumes I and II (with Prof. Yacov Haimes and Dr. Timothy Barry). Thirteen technical papers and two editorials in Risk Analysis (1999 and 1994)

17.  Reviewer for several journals Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, Journal of Risk Research, Risk Analysis, Journal of Risk and Reliability, Automatica, Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Journal of Infrastructure Systems, Crash Prevention and Injury Control, Journal of Socio-Economic Planning Sciences, the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurement, Computers and Industrial Engineering, Systems Engineering, Reliability Engineering and System Safety, Transportation Research, Journal of Risk and Reliability, Systems Engineering, and others (1994-present)

 

Professional Service-Other

 

1.     Chair, Fifth World Congress on Risk, Cape Town, South Africa, 2019.

2.     Chair, Program Committee, Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis. Arlington, VA. December 6-10, 2015. **This meeting featured more than 800 scientists’ presenting work across engineering, health, environment, economics, development, enterprise/business, nanomaterials, other topics. Lambert developed three plenary sessions, invited abstracts, refined overall meeting agenda, and coordinated/approved the review and acceptance of abstracts to the final program.**

3.     Organizing Committee, One of the four-member Organizing Committee (w/Goodsite, Juhola, Rathje). NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Triple Net Zero Energy, Water and Waste Models & Applications. Sonderborg, Denmark. February 17-19, 2015.

**There are sixty participants including the keynote speaker the Honorable Katherine Hammack Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment), Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army. Lambert is Chair of the Working Group #2 “Water and Energy” in addition to Organizing Committee. One of his PhD students Elizabeth Connelly also received funding to participate as a co-lead for a Working Group.**

4.     Founding Co-Chair (with Dash Wu and Fei-Yue Wang), Social and Economic Security Technical Committee, IEEE Systems Man and Cybernetics Society (2017 – present)

5.     Panelist (on-site), National Science Foundation, March 2018.

6.     Panelist (on-site), National Science Foundation, May 2018.

7.     Member, Selection Committee, Alfredo Ang Award. American Society of Civil Engineers (2017).

8.     Founding Member, Risk and Resilience Measurement Committee, Infrastructure Resilience Division, American Society of Civil Engineers (2015–present)

9.     Founding Member, Analytics and Risk Technical Committee, IEEE Systems Council (2014 – present)

10.  Founding Member, Technical Advisory Council (TAC), Commonwealth Center for Advanced Logistics Systems (CCALS). (2013-present)

11.  Panelist, Department of Homeland Security, Center for Homeland Security Quantitative Analysis Review, Washington DC, January 31, 2017.

12.  Panelist, TCRP Project A-40, FY 2013, Platform/Train Interface Standards, Accident Prevention Measures and Technologies Study. Transit Cooperative Research Program. Transportation Research Board (2013-2015)

13.  Member, Audit Committee, Society for Risk Analysis (2011-2014)

14.  Delegate, World Roads Association-PIARC, Technical Committee on Risk Management (2012-2015)

15.  President. Decision Analysis and Risk Specialty Group. Society for Risk Analysis (2011-2012)

16.  Chair, Engineering and Infrastructure Specialty Group, Society for Risk Analysis (2006-2007, 2005-2006)

17.  Member, Technical Program Committee, PSAM11/ESREL12. International Association of Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management. Helsinki, Finland, June 25-29, 2012.

18.  Councilor, Society for Risk Analysis (2007-2010)

19.  Chair, Conferences and Workshops Committee, Society for Risk Analysis (2007-2010)

20.  Panelist, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Project 03-22 Risk and Uncertainty in Airport Traffic Forecasts (2009-2011)

21.  Member, Conferences and Workshops Committee, Society for Risk Analysis (1997-2010)

22.  Program Committee, International Conference on Vulnerability and Risk Analysis and Management, ASCE Council on Disaster Risk Management. Washington DC, April 2011 (since 2009)

23.  Member of Program Committee, Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis (2017, 2016, 2012, 2008, 2007, 2006, 1997)

24.  Member of Technical Program Committee, PSAM9, International Association on Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management, Hong Kong (2008), Organized the special session “Systems and Financial Risk Management”, Chaired two sessions

25.  Review Panelist, Biennial Review, Critical Infrastructure Research Institute (CIRI). Science and Technology Directorate of the US Department of Homeland Security (2018).  

26.  Member of Organizing Committee (w/four others), NATO Advanced Research Workshop, Computational Models of Risk in Critical Infrastructure. Primosten, Croatia (May 2006)

27.  Member of Organizing Committee, Symposium on Superfund Site Recycling, US EPA and University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, April 2004

28.  Delegate, Universities Council on Water Resources (2006-present)

29.  Program Chair/Developer, Workshop on Risk Analysis of Aerospace Systems II: Mission Success Starts with Safety, Society for Risk Analysis, Arlington, VA, October 28-29, 2002

30.  Invited Participant, Demo America, Modeling and Simulation Capabilities for Homeland Defense and Defense Support of Civil Authorities, Sponsored by US Joint Forces Command J-9, Suffolk, VA, January 16-17, 2007.

31.  Member of Organizing Committee, Engineering Foundation Conference on Risk-Based Decision Making in Water Resources in Santa Barbara, CA (2000)

32.  Developer and Program Chair, ‘Faster-Better-Cheaper: Lessons of Aerospace Risk Analysis’, Workshop sponsored by the Society for Risk Analysis, Washington, D.C., November 13-14, 2000

33.  Session Chair, Environmental Risk Management Alliance Meeting, Argonne National Laboratory, US DOE Center for Risk Excellence, Chicago, IL, August 29-30, 2001

34.  Multimodal Advisory Committee, VTrans2025 Statewide Multimodal Transportation Long Range Plan, Commonwealth of Virginia (2005-2009)

35.  Member, Committee on Man and Radiation (COMAR) of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (1997-2004)

36.  Panelist, Southeast Region Research Initiative (SERRI) Qualification Review, Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU), Oak Ridge, TN, September 2-3, 2009.

37.  Panelist, Florida Centers of Excellence Review, ORAU/ORISE, Oak Ridge, TN (2008)

38.  Panelist, National Institute for Hometown Security (NIHS), Kentucky Critical Infrastructure Protection Program proposal review, American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C. (2008)

39.  Panelist, National Science Foundation (NSF) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I Proposals, Environmental, Transportation and Structural, Arlington, VA, September 22, 2004

40.  Panelist, NSF SBIR Panels, Information Technologies, National Science Foundation, Fall 2003

41.  Panelist, Review Panel on Analytical Technologies Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I, National Science Foundation, Arlington, Virginia, September 28, 2001

42.  IEEE Liaison, National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP) (1997-2000)

43.  Co-Organizer (with Shaw Yu and Kay Neeley) and Organizing Committee, Watershed 99: Policy, Science, and Technology (1999), Sponsored by University of Virginia and National Taipei University of Technology, Co-sponsored by US EPA, National Taiwan University, and Overseas Chinese Environmental Engineers and Scientists Association, Charlottesville, VA, April 8-9, 1999

44.  Organizing Committee, 14th International Conference on Multiple Criteria Decision Making, Charlottesville, VA, June 1998

45.  Co-Organizer, Watershed 97: Policy, Science, and Technology (1997), US Environmental Protection Agency and Virginia Center for Innovative Technology, Charlottesville, VA, July 21-22, 1997

46.  Co-Chair and Proceedings Co-Editor, When and How Can You Specify a Probability Distribution When You Don't Know Much II, National Science Foundation and University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, March 12-14, 1997

47.  Co-Organizer and Proceedings Co-Editor, When and How Can You Specify a Probability Distribution When You Don't Know Much, US Environmental Protection Agency and University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, April 1993

48.  Judge, Virginia Junior Academy of Science Annual Meeting, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia (May 2003)

49.  Judge, Virginia Junior Academy of Science Annual Meeting, Hampton University, Hampton, Virginia (May 2002)

50.  Judge, Virginia Junior Academy of Science Annual Meeting, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA (May 2001)

51.  Panelist, Cooperative Grants Program of the U.S. Civilian Research and Development Foundation (CRDF) (2001)

52.  Session chair, Society for Risk Analysis, Annual Meetings in Denver (2014), Charleston (2011), Baltimore (2006), Orlando (2005), Palm Springs (2004), Baltimore (2003), New Orleans (2002), Seattle (2001), Atlanta (1999), Washington, D.C. (1997), New Orleans (1996), Honolulu (1995), Baltimore (1994), and San Diego (1993)

                                                                                        

University Service

 

University

1.     Member, Technical Advisory Council, Commonwealth Center for Advanced Logistics Systems (2014-present)

2.     Panelist, Title IX Review Panel, University of Virginia (2017-present)

3.     Treasurer (2011-2012), Colonnade Club, The Faculty Club of the University of Virginia.

4.     Chair (2010-2011), Club Life Committee, Colonnade Club, The Faculty Club of the University of Virginia.

5.     Member (2008-2012), Board of Governors, Colonnade Club, The Faculty Club of the University of Virginia

6.     Member (1998-present), Colonnade Club, The Faculty Club of the University of Virginia.

7.     Mentor/Advisor, VA-NC Alliance Program, Office of the Vice President and Chief Office for Diversity & Equity, University of Virginia (2012, 2011).

8.     Mentor, Mentor Program, Office of African American Affairs, University of Virginia, Advise students in career development (1997-2010).

9.     Outdoor Leader, VISTA Program, Department of Outdoor and Recreational Sports, University of Virginia, Taught outdoor leadership skills on first-year trip with nine incoming UVa first-year students, 2003.

 

School

1.     Participant, Faculty Dialogue: Shaping Our Future. School of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Virginia. November 8, 2016.

2.     Member, Promotion & Tenure Committee, School of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Virginia (2015-2018)

3.     Chief Faculty Advisor, Virginia Alpha Chapter of Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society. Advise about fifty SEAS undergraduate students who are members of TBP for chapter service, events, and procedures. School of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Virginia (since 2015)

4.     Invited speaker, Recruitment Open House of the UVa Society of Women Engineers (SWE), School of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Virginia, November 14, 2015.

5.     Discussion Leader, SEAS Common Reading Experience, University of Virginia (2005-present)

6.     Organizer and Presenter at Dept. of SIE Community Open Houses “Engineering Day”

7.     Member and Volunteer Coordinator, Open House Committee, SEAS, University of Virginia (2012-present)

8.     Member, SEAS Committee on the Common Reading Experience, University of Virginia (2016-2017, 2015-2016, 2014-2015, 2013-2014, 2012-2013, 2011-2012, 2010-2011, 2009-2010, 1999-2000, 1998-1999)

9.     Mentor, Engineering Mentoring Program, Piedmont Virginia Community College (2007-2009)

10.  Member, SEAS Committee on the Undergraduate Research and Design Symposium, University of Virginia (2011-2012, 2010-2011, 2009-2010, 2008-2009)

11.  Chair, SEAS Committee on Common Reading Experience, School of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Virginia, Coordinated summer reading program for all first-year engineering students and faculty (2000-2003)

12.  Marshall, Final Exercises, Department of Systems and Information Engineering, University of Virginia (2018, 2016, 2010-2014)

 

Department

 

1.     Member, Peer Review Committee. Dept. of Civil & Environmental Engineering. University of Virginia. 2016.

2.     Member, Peer Review Committee. Dept. of Engineering & Society. University of Virginia. 2016.

3.     Member, Peer Review Committee. Department of Systems & Information Engineering. University of Virginia. 2016, 2015, 2014.

4.     Director, US-Brazil Systems Engineering Program, www.sys.virginia.edu/brazil, Department of Systems and Information Engineering, University of Virginia (since 2010)

5.     Co-Chair (with Greg Gerling), Space Committee, Department of Systems and Information Engineering, University of Virginia (2010-2011)

6.     Member, Department Chair Re-Appointment Committee, School of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Virginia (2012)

7.     Member, Accelerated Masters Program Committee, Department of Systems and Information Engineering, University of Virginia (2010-2011)

8.     Member, Undergraduate and Professional Studies Committee, Department of Systems and Information Engineering, University of Virginia (1999-2002)

9.     Member, Graduate Committee, Department of Systems Engineering, University of Virginia (1996-1999)

10.  Member, Space and Equipment Committee, Department of Systems Engineering, University of Virginia (1996-2000)

11.  Department Marshall, Final Exercises, Department of Systems and Information Engineering, University of Virginia (2014, 2012, 2011, 2010)

 

Teaching

 

Teaching Development

Š      Invited Plenary Panelist. “Future of Engineering Systems Education” Annual Conference of Council of Engineering Systems Universities. Keio University. Tokyo, Japan. June 22, 2018.

Š       Participant. Annual Meeting. Council of Engineering Systems Universities (www.cesun.org), Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, on March 21-22, 2017. The CESUN (est. 2004) advances educational and research programs in engineering systems with membership of more than fifty universities in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.

Š       Participant/Lecturer. Classroom Observation Project, UVa Center for Teaching Excellence, SYS 6050, SYS 4582, Risk Analysis. Spring 2017.

Š       Participant. “Leveraging Classroom Observations to Promote Instructional Change,” UVa Center for Teaching Excellence. Spring 2017 as Instructor of SYS 6050 and SYS 4582 Risk Analysis.

Š       ABET Consultant, The George Washington University, Systems Engineering program accreditation, twenty hours (2016)

Š       Participant. UVa CHARGE Workshop (2016). Training to Address Biases and Diversity in Universities. Full-day workshop.

Š       Participant (2015). UVa Instructor Diversity Training. University of Virginia. Half-day training.

Š       Certification (2009). Survivor Support Network, Sexual and Domestic Violence Services, University of Virginia Women's Center. Half-day training.

Š       Certification. ABET Evaluator (2000). National Society of Professional Engineers and the Accrediting Board for Engineering and Technology, Crystal City, Virginia, Completed full-day training on January 27, 2000, in Washington D.C.

 

Undergraduate-University of Virginia

1.     Instructor. SYS 4582 Risk Analysis. Spring 2018. 50 students.

2.     Instructor. SYS 4053, SYS 4054 Systems Design I, Systems Design II, Fall 2017, Spring 2018

3.     Instructor. SYS 4582 Risk Analysis. Spring 2017.

4.     Instructor. SYS 4053, SYS 4054 Systems Design I, Systems Design II, Fall 2016, Spring 2017

5.     Instructor. SYS 4053, SYS 4054 Systems Design I, Systems Design II, Fall 2015, Spring 2016

6.     Instructor. SYS 4053, SYS 4054 Systems Design I, Systems Design II, Fall 2014, Spring 2015, two sections

7.     Instructor. SYS 4053, SYS 4054 Systems Design I, Systems Design II, Fall 2013, Spring 2014

8.     Instructor. SYS 4053, SYS 4054 Systems Design I, Systems Design II, Fall 2012, Spring 2013

9.     Instructor. SYS 4053, SYS 4054 Systems Design I, Systems Design II, Fall 2011, Spring 2012, two sections

10.  Instructor. SYS 4501 Special Topics in Systems and Information Engineering, Spring 2011

11.  Instructor. SYS 4053, SYS 4054 Systems Design I, Systems Design II, Fall 2010, Spring 2011, two sections

12.  Instructor. SYS 4053, SYS 4054 Systems Design I, Systems Design II, Fall 2009, Spring 2010, two sections

13.  Instructor. SYS 453, SYS 454 Systems Design I, Systems Design II, Fall 2008, Spring 2009, two sections

14.  Instructor. SYS 453, SYS 454 Systems Design I, Systems Design II, Fall 2007, Spring 2008, two sections

15.  Instructor. ENGR 495 Independent Study Fall 2007, Spring 2008

16.  Instructor. SYS 453, SYS 454 Systems Design I, Systems Design II, Fall 2006, Spring 2007

17.  Instructor. SYS 453, SYS 454 Systems Design I, Systems Design II, Fall 2005, Spring 2006

18.  Instructor. SYS 453, SYS 454 Systems Design I, Systems Design II, Fall 2004, Spring 2005

19.  Instructor. SYS 453, SYS 454 Systems Design I, Systems Design II, Fall 2003, Spring 2004, two sections

20.  Instructor. SYS 453, SYS 454 Systems Design I, Systems Design II, Fall 2002, Spring 2003, two sections

21.  Developer and Instructor. SYS 256 E-Commerce Systems Management, Spring 2001.

22.  Instructor. SYS 453, SYS 454, Systems Design, University of Virginia, Fall 2001, Spring 2002, two sections

23.  Instructor. SYS 453, SYS 454, Systems Design I, Systems Design II, Fall 2000, Spring 2001

24.  Instructor. SYS 453, SYS 454, Systems Design I, Systems Design II, Fall 1997, Spring 1998

 

Graduate-University of Virginia

1.     Instructor. SYS 6003 Optimization Models and Methods I. Fall 2018.

2.     Instructor. SYS 6050 Risk Analysis. Spring 2018. (twenty graduate students, in combined section of 70 total students)

3.     Instructor. SYS 6050. Risk Analysis. Spring 2017.

4.     Instructor. SYS 8995 Supervised Project Research, Commonwealth Graduate Engineering Program (CGEP), Fall 2015

5.     Instructor. SYS 6993 Independent Study, Spring 2013

6.     Instructor. SYS 8995 Supervised Project Research, Commonwealth Graduate Engineering Program (CGEP), Spring 2013

7.     Instructor. SYS 8999 Non-Topical Research, Fall, Spring, Summer, since 1996

8.     Instructor. SYS 9999 Non-Topical Research, Fall, Spring, Summer, since 1996

9.     Developer and Instructor. SYS7096, Graduate Colloquium. Coordinator. Spring 2010.

10.  Co-Developer and Co-Instructor (w/Prof. Horowitz). SYS 602 Systems Integration. University of Virginia, Spring 2004

11.  Instructor. SYS 681 Information Technology. University of Virginia, Spring 2004 (Guest instructor 20% of course)

12.  Developer and Instructor. SYS 754/SYS 581 Multiple Objective Optimization. University of Virginia, Fall 2000

13.  Instructor. SYS 898 Supervised Project Research. University of Virginia, 1997-present, see Ph.D., M.S. students

 

Other Institutions than UVa

1.     Developer and Instructor. Short Course on Engineering Systems and Risk Management. Twenty-hours lecture. School of Economics and Management. University of Chinese Academy of Sciences. July 2018.

2.     Guest Lecturer in the Dream Course “Risk, resilience, and priorities for infrastructure systems,” in ISE 4990/5970 Analytics of Resilient Cyber-Physical-Social Networks. Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering. University of Oklahoma. February 19, 2018.

3.     Developer and Instructor. Short Course on Risk Analysis and Engineering Systems. Twenty-hours lecture. School of Economics and Management. University of Chinese Academy of Sciences. July 2017.

4.     Guest Lecturer. Course on Risk Management. Two-hours lecture. School of Economics and Management. University of Chinese Academy of Sciences. October 2016.

5.     Developer and Instructor. Short Course on Risk and Resilience. Twenty-hours lecture. 100 graduate students. University of Chinese Academy of Sciences. July 2016.

6.     Developer and Instructor. NSYS6152 Systems Testing and Reliability, Walden University, College of Management and Technology. Developed and recorded twenty-eight video lectures and associated on-line curriculum. 2007.

7.     Developer (2005) and Instructor (2005-2007). SY563, Integrated Risk Management, Walden University, College of Management and Technology. Developed and recorded twenty-eight video lectures and associated on-line curriculum. 2005.

 

Tutorial Instructor

 

1.     Lambert, J.H. Invited tutorial. "Emergent and Future Conditions in Large-Scale Systems: Energy, Transportation, and Development". Institute for Operations Research and Management Science (INFORMS). Richmond-Tidewater Section. Richmond, VA. September 25, 2012.

2.     Lambert, J.H. Invited tutorial. “Engineering Economics and Risk Management”, Western Fuels Conference, Louisville, KY, August 10, 2008.

3.     Lambert, J.H. Invited tutorial. “Risk-Based Prioritization of Vulnerable Transportation Corridors”, Blue Ridge Branch, American Society of Civil Engineers, Charlottesville, VA, April 9, 2008.

4.     Lambert, J.H. Invited tutorial. “Risk Management in Systems Engineering”, Capital Chapter, International Council of Systems Engineering (INCOSE), Co-Sponsored by the Society for Risk Analysis, Reston, VA, March 20, 2004.

5.     Lambert, J.H. (with Y.Y. Haimes). Tutorial lectures. Workshop on “Risk of Extreme Events”, Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis; Washington, D.C., December 3, 2000.

6.     Lambert, J.H.  (with Y.Y. Haimes) Tutorial lectures. 28th Annual Short Course on Hierarchical-Multiobjective Approach in Water Resources Planning and Management, University of Virginia, May 10-14, 1999.

7.     Lambert, J.H. (with Y.Y. Haimes) Tutorial lectures. 27th Annual Short Course on Hierarchical-Multiobjective Approach in Water Resources Planning and Management, University of Virginia, May 4-8, 1998.

8.     Lambert, J.H. “Event and Fault Trees”, SYS 321 Operations Research, Fall 1997.

9.     Lambert, J.H. (with Y.Y. Haimes) Tutorial lectures. 26th Annual Short Course on Hierarchical-Multiobjective Approach in Water Resources Planning and Management. University of Virginia, May 5-9, 1997.

10.  Lambert, J.H. Tutorial lectures. Forum on Risk of Extreme and Rare Events, Sponsored by the Society for Risk Analysis. Sheraton Washington Hotel, Washington, D.C., August 25-26, 1997.

11.  Lambert, J.H. (with Y.Y. Haimes) Tutorial lectures. Workshop on “Risk of Extreme Events”, Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, New Orleans, December 8, 1996.

12.  Lambert, J.H. (with Y.Y. Haimes) Tutorial lectures. 25th Annual Short Course on Hierarchical-Multiobjective Approach in Water Resources Planning and Management; University of Virginia, May 6-10, 1996.

13.  Lambert, J.H. (with Y.Y. Haimes) Tutorial lectures. Workshop on “Risk of Extreme Events”, Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis; Honolulu, Hawaii, December 3, 1995.

14.  Lambert, J.H. (with Y.Y. Haimes) Tutorial lectures. Workshop on “Applications of Risk-Cost-Benefit Analysis to Transportation Systems Management”, Sponsored by the Virginia Department of Transportation, Charlottesville, VA, December 12-13, 2000.

15.  Lambert, J.H. (with Y.Y. Haimes) Tutorial lectures. Workshop on “Applications of Risk-Cost-Benefit Analysis to Transportation Systems Management”, Sponsored by the Virginia Department of Transportation, Charlottesville, VA, August 23-24, 1999.

 

 

Undergraduate Advising

Š      Academic advisor to Systems Engineering undergraduate students (more than one hundred in the period 2000 – 2015), Department of Systems and Information Engineering, University of Virginia.

 

Ph.D. Committees Other than as Advisor (at the University of Virginia Unless otherwise indicated)

1.     Cai, Lihua. Adaptive Approaches to Active Sensing in Cyber-Human Systems. Advisor: M. Gerber (SIE).

2.     Dutta, Nancy. Assessing Roadway Safety Risk Using Temporally Disaggregate Traffic and Geometric Data. Advisor: M. Fontaine (CEE).

3.     Arakawa, Heitor H. Agricultural yield forecasts modeling and decision making. Advisor: R. Krzysztofowicz (SIE). (expected 2018).

4.     Hawkins, William. Static Binary Rewriting to Improve Software Security, Safety, and Reliability. Advisor: J. Davidson (CS) (2018).

5.     Chaysiri, Rujira. Optimizing Budget Allocation in an Integrated Water and Sanitation Systems Using Optimal Control Theory. Advisor: G. Louis (SIE) (2016).

6.     Li, Ning. Real-World Crash Data Analysis and Performance Assessment of Guardrail. Advisor: B. Park (CEE) (2016).

7.     Cai, Lee (Lihua). Automatic Detection of Opportune Moments for Mobile Device Initiated Interruptions. Advisor: M. Gerber (SIE) (expected 2017).

8.     Pailla, S. Inclusive Communication Systems Thinking: A Novel Approach in Analyzing and Recommending Appropriate Information and Communication Technologies for the Base of the Pyramid Advisor: G. Louis (SIE) (2016).

9.     Asare, S. Exploring the Benefits of Integrated Corridor Management: The Role of Pricing. Advisor: B. Smith (CEE) (2014).

10.  Zhang, Y., Sustainability Decision Making for Renewable Biomass Energy Production: Integrated Algal Bio-energy and Environmental Remediation Systems. Advisor: L. Colosi (CEE) (2013).

11.  Schroeder, J. Economic Metrics for the Prioritization of Critical Freight Infrastructure Needs. Advisor: M. Demetsky (CEE) (2013).

12.  Resurreccion, J.Z. Stochastic Inventory Modeling and Integration to Multi-Criteria Risk Decision-Making for Interdependent Economic and Infrastructure Systems, Department of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering, George Washington University. Advisor: J. Santos (2013)

13.  Chen, L. Image Fusion and an Outlier Detection Framework for Hierarchical Modeling with Application to Corrosion Prediction. Advisor: D. Brown (SIE) (2012).

14.  Delong, S. Methodology for Guiding Simulations of Military Policy Effectiveness. Advisor: D. Brown (SIE) (2012) .

15.  George, N. Modeling and Mitigating Emerging Transient Faults in Nanoscale Digital Devices (2011)

16.  Henriques, J. Municipal Solid Waste Sustainable Development. Advisor: G. Louis (SIE) (2011)

17.  Grimes, M. Coordinated Hierarchical Bayesian Modeling for Intelligence Analysis. Advisor: D. Brown (SIE) (2009)

18.  Gao, K. Financial Engineering Methodology for Credit Scoring (expected 2008, dnf)

19.  Bhamidipati, C. Multimodal Freight Transportation (expected 2009).

20.  Bingham, Scott. ABV-Based Hardware Fault Injection (2009).

21.  Adaramola, F., Managing Uncertainties in Groundwater Remediation Design (2007).

22.  Reynolds, M. FRANTIC: Framework for Aspect Negotiation and Tradeoff Comparison (2006).

23.  Leung, M. Supply- and Output-side Extensions to Inoperability Input-Output Model (IIM) with Application to Interdependencies of Road Transportation System (2006).

24.  Patel, S. Comprehensive Methodology for Reliability Analysis of Artificial Heart Pumps. Advisor: P. Allaire (2006).

25.  Tang, Z. Dependent Failure Analysis Using Combinatorial Models (2005).

26.  Crino, S. Combining Multivariate Adaptive Regression Splines with a Response Surface. Advisor: D. Brown (SIE) (2006).

27.  Rogers, J. Performance Management for Municipal Sanitation Services. Advisor: G. Louis (SIE) (2005)

28.  Kotlarski, K. Improved Error Detection and Correction Capabilities for Sequences of Basic RNS Operations (2004)

29.  Dicdican, R. Hierarchical Dynamic Optimization of Highway Maintenance. Advisor: Y. Haimes (SIE) (2004) .

30.  Wu, J. Watershed Management Strategy-Modeling and Uncertainty Analysis. Advisor: S. Yu (CEE) (2004) .

31.  Magpili, L. Integrated Waste Management. Advisor: G. Louis (SIE) (2003).

32.  Stoker, E. Economic Reliability Modeling (2003).

33.  Santos, J. Input-Output Infrastructure Inoperability Modeling. Advisor: Y. Haimes (SIE) (2003).

34.  Jiang, P. Risk in Interconnected Complete Systems: An Input-Output Approach. Advisor: Y. Haimes (SIE) (2003).

35.  Fassman, E. Performance of Ultra-Urban Stormwater Control Systems (2002) .

36.  Johnson-Payton, L. Risk Management of Compound Failure Modes. Advisor: Y. Haimes (SIE) (1997).

 

M.S. Committees other than as advisor

1.     Zhang, Tony Z. Smart Charging Management for Shared Autonomous Electric Vehicle Fleet: A Puget Sound Case Study (2018)

2.     Heddy, Jerry. Simulation Environment to Support Prognostics and Health Management in Smart Manufacturing Systems (2016)

3.     Malinowski, Michael. Harmonizing Prognostics and Health Management with Risk Analysis for Smart Manufacturing Systems (2016)

4.     Woehleke, S. Modeling N-K Failure Scenarios in Electrical Grid Systems Using the Cross-Entropy Method for Combinatorial Optimization (2015)

5.     Bogdanor, J.M. Risk Analysis of GPS-Dependent Communications Critical Infrastructure Utilized by the US Electric Power Grid (2014)

6.     White, C. Integration of Unmanned Aviation Systems within the National Airspace System: A Multiobjective Risk Management Approach. (2014)

7.     Revenko, N. Hierarchical Bayesian Method for Runway Incursions Analysis (2011)

8.     Pillutla, A. Multi-Objective Decision Framework that Incorporates Concepts in Risk Analysis (2010)

9.     Castillo, A., Airport Stormwater Runoff Modeling Data Integration (2008)

10.  Lee, A. Pandemic Flu and Workforce Preparedness. (2008)

11.  Orsi, M. Hurricane Preparedness and  Resilience of Hampton Roads Region (2008)

12.  Dickey, B. Smart Traffic Centers Information Technology Security Analysis (2008)

13.  Henriques, J. Requirements for Water and Sanitation Technology in Low Income Communities (2008)

14.  Mardikanto, A. Technology Assessment for Municipal Sanitation in Low Income Communities (2008)

15.  Taher, I. Impact of Performance Uncertainty and Differential Costs on TMDL Allocations (2007)

16.  Foraste, A. Assessing the Impact of Loading Rate Uncertainties on TMDL Allocations (2006)

17.  Anderson, C. Prioritizing US Army Critical Assets (2006)

18.  Haggerty, M. Evaluating the Efficacy of Risk Management (2006)

19.  Crowther, K. Decomposition Solution of Inoperability Input Output Model (2004)

20.  Bouabid, A. Screening Water Treatment Methods for Developing Countries (2004)

21.  Tait, C. Risk-Based Scenario Tracking for Terrorism (May 2003)

22.  Siriwardana, M. A Procedure for Calculating the Full Cost of Drinking Water (Expected 2003 dnf?)

23.  Agarwal, N. A Functional Model of a Management Information System for Municipal Sanitation Systems (Expected 2003 dnf)

24.  Diehl, M. Multiobjective Influence Diagram Applied to Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Reconnaissance (2002)

25.  Pennock, M. Maintenance Decisions for a Transportation Agency (2002)

26.  Dombroski, M. Support for Operations Other Than War (May 2001)

27.  Mahoney, B. Risk Filtering and Ranking of Global Positioning Systems (May 2001)

28.  Lamm, G. Assessing and Managing Risks in Information Assurance (May 2001)

29.  Puckett, D. Hierarchical Holographic Model of Risks to Defense Infrastructures (May 2000)

30.  Ezell, B. 1998. Vulnerability of Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Systems for Water Supply (May 1998)

31.  Watson, R. Probabilistic Risk Assessment of Tampering with Hydropower Systems (May 1998)

32.  Hashemi, P. Genetic Algorithms for Optimizing Risks, Costs, and Performance of Roadways (May 1997)

33.  Romo Murillo, D. Hierarchical Holographic Modeling of Water Resources of Mexico (May 1997)

 

Community Service

1.     President (2017-2018), Treasurer and Board Member (2016-2017), Arts in Western Education. 501(c)3 organization supporting arts education (since 2016)

2.     Chair (2018-present), Board of Trustees, Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church, Charlottesville, Virginia (Member 2015-present)

3.     Board Member, Vice-President, Ednam Village Owners Association, Charlottesville, Virginia (2007-2013)

4.     Overnight Volunteer Coordinator, Annual two-week sessions of PACEM overnight homeless shelter, Charlottesville, VA (2011-present)

5.     Volunteer Coordinator for a local church. CROP Walk for alleviating world hunger. Charlottesville, Virginia (2011-present)

6.     Volunteer Judge, Summer STEM Olympics, Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Virginia, July 25, 2018.

7.     Board Member, Blue Ridge Swim Club, Charlottesville, Virginia (2002-2008)

8.     Board Member, Wesley Foundation at the University of Virginia (2003-2004)

9.     Volunteer, Crew Leader, Habitat for Humanity, Charlottesville, Virginia (1998-2000)

10.  Website Developer, Ivy Steering Committee, Charlottesville, VA, Advocacy for local solid waste management (1996-1997)

11.  Volunteer, United Methodist Volunteers in Mission, Renovation of community center, orphanage, and youth dormitories on location in Puebla, Mexico (July 1996)

12.  Volunteer, Windfarm Museum, Martha's Vineyard, MA, Demonstrated sustainable energy and water technologies to the public (1987)

13.  Volunteer, Amigos de las Americas (www.amigoslink.org), Implemented water and waste appropriate technologies in Guerrero, Mexico (eight weeks, 1986)

14.  Volunteer, Visitation Programs for the Elderly, Merwick Retirement Community, Princeton University Student Volunteers Council (1985–1988)

15.  Volunteer, Urban Renewal, Martin House Project in Trenton, NJ, Princeton University Student Volunteers Council (1985–1988)

16.  Participant, US Masters Swimming Two-Mile Cable Swim, Charlottesville, VA (2008, 2007, 2006, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997)

17.  Participant, Charlottesville International Triathlon (2007, 2006)

18.  Winner, 2006 Xterra Spirit Award, Charlottesville Off-Road Triathlon

19.  Participant, Various tennis leagues including USTA team, Boars Head Sports Club (2010-2013)

20.  Languages: Eight weeks language immersion in Spanish (Centro Linguistico Antigua, Guatemala, 1987), One semester college Spanish (Princeton University, 1987), Two semesters college German (Virginia Commonwealth University, 1985), Three years secondary-school Latin (Douglas Freeman High School, 1982-1984)

 



 

[2] Secretary of the US Department of Homeland Security, 2017-present