Missouri S&T

News


2019

  • Natasha Jarus, Dr. Sedigh Sarvestani, and Dr. Hurson's paper "Towards Refinement and Generalization of Reliability Models Based on Component States" has been accepted to the Resilience Week Symposium.

  • New Member: Evan Hite October 2019

    Evan Hite has joined SeNDeComp as a B. S. student!

  • New Member: Johnathan Dunker July 2019

    Johnathan Dunker has joined SeNDeComp as a B. S. student!

  • The S-STEM program provides academic mentoring and scholarships to talented students in financial need.

  • New Member: Áva Klingbeil February 2019

    Áva Klingbeil has joined SeNDeComp as a B. S. student!

  • Justin King has joined SenDeComp as a Ph. D. student!

  • Madison Childress has joined SenDeComp as a B. S. student!

  • Natasha Jarus, Dr. Sedigh Sarvestani, and Dr. Hurson's paper "Formalizing Cyber–Physical System Model Transformation Via Abstract Interpretation" has been accepted to the High Assurance Systems Engineering Symposium (HASE).

  • Brad Ziegler, Dr. Sedigh Sarvestani, and Dr. Hurson's paper "Facilitating Failure Analysis with Software Instrumentation" has been accepted to the High Assurance Systems Engineering Symposium (HASE).

2018

  • Natasha Jarus, Dr. Sedigh Sarvestani, and Dr. Hurson's paper "Facilitating Model-Based Design and Evaluation for Sustainability" has been accepted to the International Green and Sustainable Computing Conference (IGSC).

  • Natasha Jarus, Dr. Sedigh Sarvestani, and Dr. Hurson's "Formalizing Cyber–Physical Model Transformation via Abstract Interpretation" paper has been accepted for the 19th IEEE International Symposium on High Assurance Systems Engineering (HASE)

  • Natasha Jarus's "Facilitating Model–Based Design and Evaluation for Sustainability" poster has been accepted for the 9th IEEE International Green and Sustainable Computing Conference (IGSC)

  • Alex Schriewer has joined SenDeComp as a B. S. student!

  • We Have Relocated! July 2018

    Our lab has relocated to 212 West Emerson Hall (Electrical Engineering Building).

2017

  • Erik Burgdorf appointed instructor of CpE 5420 August 2017

    Erik will be teaching "Introduction to Network Security" in the upcoming semester

  • M. S. Defense: Erik Burgdorf August 2017

    His M. S. thesis is titled "Predicting the Impact of Data Corruption on the Operation of Cyber-Physical Systems". Congratulations, Mr. Burgdorf!

  • Brad Ziegler has joined SenDeComp as a Ph. D. student!

  • Ph. D. Defense: Koosha Marashi May 2017

    His Ph. D. thesis is titled "Quantitative Dependability and Interdependency Models for Large-Scale Cyber-Physical Systems". Congratulations, Dr. Marashi!

  • Ph. D. Defense: Mark Woodard May 2017

    His Ph. D. thesis is titled "Survivability Modeling for Cyber-Physical Systems subject to Data Corruption". Congratulations, Dr. Woodard!

  • M. S. Defense: Tyler Morrow April 2017

    His M. S. thesis is titled "Personalizing Education with Algorithmic Course Selection". Congratulations, Mr. Morrow!

  • "Consideration of Cyber-Physical Interdependencies in Reliability Modeling of Smart Grids" has been accepted to IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Computing.

  • Dr. Hurson, Dr. Sedigh, and Michael Wisely's paper "Energy-Efficient Algorithms for Data Retrieval from Indexed Parallel Broadcast Channels" has been accepted to Sustainable Computing: Informatics and Systems (SUSCOM).