Meet Our Faculty

Faculty

  • Lucas Henneman wears a dark blue suit and glasses for his faculty profile in the Department of Civil, Environmental, and Infrastructure Engineering.

    Assistant Professor

    Research Interests: Air pollution and health using large datasets and computer models to track pollution after it’s emitted.
  • A headshot of research associate professor Michael Hieb

    Research Associate Professor, C4I Center, College of Engineering and Computing

    Michael Hieb is a research Associate Professor in the C4I center at George Mason University.
  • Caroline Hoemann

    Professor, Bioengineering, College of Engineering and Computing  

    Research Interests: Biomaterials, Molecular Cell Biology, and Tissue Engineering
  • Karla Hoffman portrait

    Professor, Systems Engineering and Operations Research, College of Engineering and Computing

    Karla Hoffman uses mathematical and statistical modeling to inform decision making. She has worked with a variety of government agencies and corporations on such diverse problems as: •    Planning and scheduling buses at Disneyworld •    Real-time scheduling of concrete trucks throughout Northern Virginia •    Assigning crews to flights for a major airline  •    Determining the scoring process by which tax returns are ranked for audits 
  • Moinul Hossain wears a gray suit and light-blue shirt in his faculty profile for the Cyber Security Engineering department.

    Assistant Professor

    Research Interests: Security assessment of wireless network protocols, threat modeling and counter-mechanism design, cross-technology spectrum sharing, dynamic spectrum access, and vehicle-to-vehicle communications. 
  • This is a photo of Professor Inchi Hu

    Professor

    Research Interests: Empirical bayes, sequential analysis, high-dimensional data analysis, large scale inference.
  • Associate Professor, Systems Engineering and Operations Research, College of Engineering and Computing

    Edward Huang has focused on enabling, applying, and advancing model-based systems engineering (MBSE) to help transform the state of the engineering design and systems engineering practice. He has architected complex systems including the joint strike fighter production chain, border security system, semiconductor production and scheduling, airport baggage handling system, and pharmaceutical clinic trial distribution network.
  • Liling Huang

    Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering and Computing

    Profile for Liling Huang
  • Vasiliki Ikonomidou

    Associate Professor, Bioengineering, College of Engineering and Computing  

    Many neurological diseases are marked by a process of white matter neurodegeneration; that is, a breakdown of specific brain tissue involved in higher-order cognitive function. The global rise of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease is of urgent focus, but better medical diagnostic systems also offer epilepsy and multiple sclerosis patients hope. Since August 2009 Vasiliki Ikonomidou’s research conducted at Mason’s Krasnow Institute for Advanced Studies has been focused on improving MRI technologies to detect this unique and difficult to measure symptom.
  • Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering and Computing

    Dimitri Ioannou has authored or coauthored over two hundred and fifty research papers and conference presentations and advised more than thirty research students.