Associate Professor of Systems Engineering
Jeremy Daily served as an Assistant and Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Tulsa (TU) from 2006-2019.
In 2019, Dr. Daily accepted a position as an Associate Professor of Systems Engineering at Colorado State University where he continues to work on heavy vehicle cybersecurity and forensics.
Jeremy Daily and Karl Heimer co-founded the CyberTruck Challenge in 2017. Dr. Daily serves as a director for the CyberTruck Challenge non-profit organization and actively recruits students to participate in this unique opportunity.
In 2013, Dr. Daily started a technology company, Synercon Technologies, LLC, that has developed a data extraction tool for heavy vehicle event data recorder information. Law enforcement and crash reconstruction professionals all over the US and Canada use the Synercon Technologies systems for reconstructing crashes involving heavy vehicles. Synercon Technologies was acquired by DG Technologies in 2018.
Daily’s research interests include Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) in cybersecurity.
Ph.D. 2006, Wright State University – Engineering
M.S. 2003, Wright State University – Mechanical Engineering
B.S. 2001, Wright State University – Mechanical Engineering
- Heavy vehicle cybersecurity and digital forensics
- Cybersecurity testbeds
- Engineering ethics training
- Engineering entrepreneurship
- Traffic crash reconstruction
- Event data recorders
- Fatigue crack growth
- Fracture mechanics
Honors and Awards
- 2012 – Tau Beta Pi teacher of the year award for the College of Engineering and Natural Science – The University of Tulsa
- 2012 – Ralph R. Teetor Educational Award from SAE International
- 2006 – Licensed professional engineer (P.E.)