Remzi Seker

Professor, Associate Provost, and Director for the Center for Aerospace Resilience (CAR)
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Dept
College of Engineering
Remzi Seker

The Associate Provost for Research at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU), Dr. Remzi Seker works with the University Administration, colleges, labs and centers to advance ERAU’s research enterprise and connect faculty with research funding opportunities.  Dr. Seker is also a Professor of Computer Science. He is the founder and former director of the Cybersecurity and Assured Systems Engineering (CyBASE) Center. Dr. Seker has conducted research in Aviation and Aerospace Cybersecurity, Networked Wings (NeW), and Security and Safety-Critical Systems. Dr. Seker has led projects in cyber safety of aircraft connectivity to the FAA’s System-Wide Information Management (SWIM) network; cybersecurity assessment of the Global Enterprise Messaging System (GEMS), which provides access to SWIM nodes operated by air navigation service providers; Unmanned Autonomous Systems as a Service; virtualization of mission-critical services, and ADS-B security issues and potential solutions. Dr. Seker’s research has been sponsored by Air Force Research Labs, FAA, NSA, NSF and the VA. Dr. Seker has served on various standards committees and workgroups including the FAA ADS-B Working Group and RTCA SC 216 (DO-326A & DO-355/ED 204) and the ICAO Trust Framework Study Group.

  • Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Engineering, University of Alabama at Birmingham

  • CS 800: Dissertation