Faculty Research: Energy Systems Architecture Transportation Human Centered Cybersecurity Aerospace & Defense 

Faculty Research

Systems engineering is an intrinsically multidisciplinary field.

Our research areas incorporate many different disciplines both in traditional engineering as well as those outside of engineering. These include AI, healthcare, food systems, environmental studies, agriculture, cybersecurity, energy systems, human factors, and many others.

Past Theses & Dissertations

Read former SE student theses and dissertations on Mountain Scholar.

Student Research

Learn more about SE student research.

Analytics and Cybersecurity

Transportation and Infrastructure Systems

Medical and Human-Centric Systems

Visualization and Imaging

Jeremy Daily, Assistant/Associate Professor-Cyber Security in the department of Systems Engineering in the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering works with graduate students in putting together test platforms for his research at Colorado State University's Powerhouse, December 17, 2020.

Systems Modeling

Erika Miller, Assistant Professor in the Systems Engineering department in the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering works with test student on drive simulator, December 17, 2020.

Operations Research