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Mark Austin, Michel Cukier receive joint appointments

Associate Professors Mark Austin and Michel Cukier have received joint appointments with ISR beginning July 1.

Austin, who also has an appointment in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, has research interests in systems engineering and integration; systems tools that can take advantage of Semantic Web technologies; systems engineering for sensor-based supply chains; human-computer interfaces for system-level engineering design; formal models for validation/verification of networked engineering systems; computer-aided design of bridge and building structures; and earthquake engineering and structural dynamics.

Cukier, who also has an appointment in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, has research interests in fault tolerance, intrusion tolerance, dependability and security evaluation, distributed sytems, and software testing.

June 25, 2009


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