Homeland Security Institute Activities
Developing a Masters of Technology in Homeland Security program.
PI, "Center for Computational Homeland Security," $2,200,000 Indiana
21st Century Research and Technology Fund (co-PIs: Coyle, Dark, Engi, and
PI, "Synthetic Environment for Continuous Experimentation,"
$1,350,000 grant from Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical/Biological
Defence (co-PIs: R. Aliprantis, E. Houstis, S. Mehta, J. Busemeyer, R.
Bartlett, M. Ward, S. Mittal, and D. Dolk). Funded
Co-PI, "DHS Center of Excellence in Post Harvest Food Security and
Protection," (a member of the consortium of seven universities lead by
Kansas State University). Site visit
Co-PI, "DHS Center of Excellence in Foreign Animal and Zoonotic
Diseases," (a member of the consortium of seven universities lead by
Michigan State University). Site visit
Co-PI, "DHS Center of Excellence in Social and Behavioral Impact of
Terrorism and Counter-terrorism," (a member od consortium of seven
universities, lead by Uniersity of Chicago) - Proposal selected for Department
of Homeland Security (DHS) site visit.
Developed a vision for Computational Homeland Security and presented it to:
Purdue Center Directors
Associate Deans and Department Heads.
Organized Indiana wide workshop on:
Modeling and Simulation
Sensors and Sensor Network
Social and Behavioral Impact of trrorism
Organized Measured Response 2004, over 140 people attended including the
Undersecretary of department of Homeland Security for Science and Technogy, Mr.