Lee Clarke

Professor
Department of Sociology
School of Arts and Sciences

Key topics: Biological attack, community response to disaster, evacuation, homeland security, panic, risk communication, terrorism

Lee Clarke, Ph.D., is an internationally known expert on disasters and organizational and technological failures. He is the author of Mission Improbable and Worst Cases, both from the University of Chicago Press. He…

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Michael Greenberg

Professor and Associate Dean of Faculty
Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy

Key topics: Environmental policy, risk analysis, homeland security

Michael Greenberg's books include Urbanization and Cancer Mortality (1983), Hazardous Waste Sites: the Credibility Gap (1984), Public Health and the Environment (1987), Environmental Risk and the Press (1987…

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Roy Licklider

Professor
Department of Political Science
School of Arts and Sciences

Key topics: American foreign policy, terrorism, homeland security, civil wars, international organizations

Roy Licklider has taught courses in international relations, foreign and military policy, terrorism, research design, international political economy, and the comparative politics of higher education. His early research was concerned with nuclear…

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Janne Lindqvist

Assistant Professor
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
School of Engineering

Key topics: Cybersecurity, security engineering, security and privacy systems, homeland security, human-computer interaction, human-centered computing, mobile computing, mobile systems, social computing, ubiquitous computing

Janne Lindqvist is an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering. He directs the Rutgers Human-Computer Interaction and Security Engineering Laboratory …

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Benjamin Melamed

Senior Associate Dean
Department of Management Science and Information Systems
Rutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick

Key topics: Modeling and simulation, stochastic (random variable) processes, homeland security, object-oriented programming, Monte Carlo simulation (based on the use of random numbers and probability statistics to investigate problems), scientific softward environments.

Benjamin Melamed, Ph.D., is a member of the Rutgers Center for Operations Research.

He is the author or coauthor of more than 100 papers and two books in the areas of queuing networks, stochastic processes, modeling and simulation (…

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Fred Roberts

Director
Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science

Key topics: Homeland security through a mathematical and data science lens; issues such as stadium security, container inspection at ports, early warning of disease outbreaks and bioterrorist events, risk assessment for flood mitigation, fisheries law enforcement, behavioral responses to natural and human-caused disasters, the connection between security and economic activity, and the homeland security aspects of global environmental change

Fred S. Roberts, PhD, is a Professor of Mathematics and Director of the Command, Control, and Interoperability Center for Advanced Data Analysis (CCICADA), a Department of Homeland Security University Center of Excellence.

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