Cyber Academic Group Chair Dr. Clark Robertson
Clark Robertson joined the ECE faculty at NPS in June, 1989. He was awarded the Richard W. Hamming Teaching Award in 2008. Prof. Robertson has been the Chair of the Electrical & Computer Engineering Dept. since January, 2010. In October 2015 he was selected to be the Cyber Academic Group Chair.
LT, USN, Lecturer
M.S., Naval Postgraduate School, 2017
Offensive cyber systems, network virtualization, cloud computing, artificial intelligence
Ph.D., Stanford University, 2003
Modeling and analysis of critical infrastructures, with particular emphasis on how to invest limited resources to ensure efficient and resilient performance in the face of accidents, failures, natural disasters, or deliberate attacks. Emphasis on tradeoffs between efficiency, complexity, and fragility in a wide variety of public and private cyber-physical systems.
CDR Pablo Breuer, USN
Information Dominance Center of Excellence
Research Associate Professor
MS, Southern Illinois University, 1979
Information Assurance, Government policy
MS, Naval Postgraduate School, 2000
Network design and integration, wireless networking, network security and robotics.
Ph.D., Yale University, 1993
Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and human cognition and behavior models for simulations
Research Assistant Professor, Ph.D., 2006, Naval Postgraduate School.
Robotic swarms and cooperative multi-vehicle systems, ethics in autonomous systems, robot control architectures, and cyber operations policy and strategy.
Distinguished Professor (2002)
Ph.D, Purdue University
Conflict in Cyberspace; Cyber Security; Trust, Influence and Networks
MS, Naval Postgraduate School, 1995
Computer Network Attack/Defense/Exploitation, Computer Forensics, Reverse Engineering.
MS, Naval Postgraduate School, 1996
Implementation of Public Key Infrastructure, Design of Secure Networks
Research Associate Professor (1999)
Ph.D., Old Dominion University, 1998
Research interests are in knowledge systems, Organization development, Research methods applied to complex systems
Research Assistant Professor
Ph.D., University of California at Davis, 2009
Ph.D., University of California at Santa Barbara, 2007
Computer Architecture, Computer Security
Distinguished Professor and Director, Center for Information Systems Security Studies and Research
Ph.D., Case Western University, 1975
Information Assurance, Multilevel Security, High Assurance Security Engineering, Network Security, Security Models, Distributed Systems Security, Security Requirements Engineering, Information Assurance Pedagogy, Systems Architecture
PhD Candidate at the University of Reading, U.K.
Cyber Security Policy and Practice, Cyber Deterrence Strategies
Joe LoPiccolo, CIO and Director of ITACS
Ph.D., University of Minnesota, 1986
Cyber Security, Risk Assessment, Cognitive Modeling, Runtime Monitoring, Cyber-Physical Systems, Autonomous Systems, Network & Communications Systems, Distributed Systems of Systems, and C4ISR Modeling and Simulation, Data Science, Document Conversion, Reliable Software Architectures, Rapid Prototyping & Agile Methods for Software Automation.
Dr. John McEachen
Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
B.A., University of California at San Diego, 1982
Advanced Topics in Computer Security, Trusted Operating Systems and Kernels, Multilevel Security Applications, Common Criteria Evaluation for High Robustness Systems, Secure Web Services
Senior Lecturer (2016)
Ph.D., Naval Postgraduate School, 2008
Security modeling of systems; high assurance system verification; formal methods analysis; network virtualization. Research interests moving toward data science and cloud computing.
Ph.D., University of California at San Diego, 1981
Software Engineering, Real-Time Systems Modeling and Scheduling, Software Architectures for embedded and distributed systems, Computer-Aided Prototyping, Software Re-engineering, Engineering Automation for Computer Based System
Ph.D. in Mathematics, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1998; Doctorate in Mathematics, University of Bucharest, 1998.
Cryptography, Boolean functions, Number Theory, Discrete Mathematics, Combinatorics.
Director, Center for Cyber Warfare
Master of Arts, NPS 2003
Maritime cyber security
Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
PhD, University of Waterloo, Canada, 2010
Wireless and cyber networks, cybersecurity
CAPT Dan Verhuel, USN
Director, Information Dominance Center for Excellence
Dr. Lonnie Wilson
Professor Emeritus, Electrical and Computer Engineering