Radu F. Babiceanu

Associate Professor of Systems Engineering and Program Coordinator for the M.S in Systems Engineering
Electrical, Computer, Software & Systems Engr Dept
Daytona College of Engineering
Daytona Beach campus

Areas of Expertise

System Assurance: Safety and Security, Cyber-Physical Systems, System Resilience Modeling

Dr. Radu Babiceanu joined Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in August 2013 as an Associate Professor of Systems Engineering in the Department of Electrical, Computer, Software, and Systems Engineering. He also serves as the Associate Director for the Cybersecurity and Assured Systems Engineering (CyBASE) Center. Dr. Babiceanu received his Ph.D. degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Virginia Tech in 2005, specializing in modeling, design, and analysis of intelligent industrial systems.

Dr. Babiceanu teaches systems engineering courses, such as System Architecture Design, System Quality Assurance, and System Safety and Certification, and also covers in classroom newer topics such as Industrial Internet of Things Modeling and Simulation. One of his teaching objectives is to familiarize students with systems thinking and systems engineering methods for solving real-world engineering problems.

Dr. Babiceanu’s research provides a systems approach to design, development, and operation of large-scale cyber-physical systems, with focus on requirements such as system performance, safety, reliability, security, and resiliency. In his research, Dr. Babiceanu uses methodologies such as systems analysis, engineering optimization, discrete-event and continuous simulation, formal methods, network modeling, computational intelligence, and multi-agent systems.

  • Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Industrial & Systems Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

  • CEC 500: Engin Project Management
  • SYS 304: Trade Stds Risk Decision Analy
  • SYS 560: Intro Systms Engr Mnmgt
  • SYS 660: Organizational Systems Mngmnt
  • SYS 690: Systems Engineering Project
  • CEC 699: Spec Topics Comp Engineering
  • SYS 505: System Safety & Certification
  • CS 690: Cybersecur Eng Capstone Proj
  • CS 700: Graduate Thesis
  • CS 800: Dissertation

SYS 301 Introduction to Systems Engineering

SYS 304 Trade Studies, Risk, and Decision Analysis

SYS 500 Fundamentals of Systems Engineering

SYS 505 System Safety and Certification

SYS 530 System Requirements Analysis and Modeling

SYS 560 Introduction to Systems Engineering Management

SYS 610 System Architecture Design and Modeling

SYS 625 System Quality Assurance

CEC 460 Telecommunication Systems

CEC 500 Engineering Project Management

SE 510 Software Project Management

SE 530 Software Requirements Engineering

SE 625 Software Quality Engineering and Assurance