Meet our tenured and tenure-track faculty members in the College of Engineering and Computing.
Professor, Systems Engineering and Operations Research, College of Engineering and ComputingLeonard Adelman’s research is oriented toward (1) understanding judgment and decision processes, and (2) designing and evaluating systems to support them. Regarding the former, Adelman has performed research to understand how people define (or “frame”) judgment and decision problems.
Associate Professor, Associate Director at the Center for Secure Information SystemsResearch Interests: Entrepreneurship and innovation, information security and assurance, cybersecurity.
Assistant ProfessorResearch Interests: Fatigue and Fracture, electrochemistry and corrosion, computational materials, reliability, thermodynamics and heat transfer, failure mechanics.
College of Engineering and ComputingPaul Ammann has taught at George Mason University since 1989. His areas of interest and expertise are software testing and secure information systems. He received the Volgenau School Outstanding Teaching Award in 2007. Research 2012 - 2014 : Usability Analysis of Security Protocols. Funded by Dartmouth College. Research Interests Software Engineering
Professor and Eminent Scholar
School of ComputingIn addition to being a Professor, Eminent Scholar in CYSE, Giuseppe Ateniese is also a CCI Faculty Fellow in the CS and CYSE Departments. He was a Farber Endowed Chair in Computer Science and Department Chair at Stevens Institute of Technology. In addition, he was with Sapienza-University of Rome, Assistant/Associate Professor at John Hopkins University, and one of the JHU Information Security Institute founders. Degrees: PhD, Computer Science, University of Genoa (2000)
Assistant ProfessorResearch Interests: Data science, causal inference, survey methods, longitudinal data, official statistics, open data, citizen science/crowdsourcing/participatory government, urban analytics, public policy.
College of Engineering and ComputingHakan Aydin has taught at George Mason University since 2001. His research interests include real-time embedded systems, low-power computing, and fault tolerance. He was a recipient of the National Science Foundation CAREER award in 2006. He has served on the program committee of various conferences. He was also the technical program committee chair of the IEEE RTAS 2011, and the general chair of the IEEE RTAS 2012 conferences. He received the Department of Computer Science Teaching Award in 2006 and 2009.