Mihaela Ulieru

Canada

MIR Labs - Advisory Board Member

Professor Mihaela Ulieru holds the NSERC (Natural Science and Engineering Research Council – funded) Canada Research Chair in Adaptive Information Infrastructures for the eSociety in the Faculty of Computer Science at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton since 2005 when she also established (with Canada Foundation for Innovation funding) and leads the Adaptive Risk Management Laboratory (ARM Lab) researching Complex Networks as Control Paradigm for Complex Systems to develop Holistic Security Ecosystems. Her current research is focused on the Cyberengineering of resilient eNetworks (Cyber-Physical Ecosystems) and their applications to security (critical infrastructure protection, emergency response management), e-Health (pandemic mitigation) and networked manufacturing. One highlight of her most recent endeavors is a collaborative project on 'Emulating the Mind'.

Professor Ulieru is an expert in
distributed intelligent systems, topic on which she is a frequent Keynote and Tutorial speaker as well as distinguished visiting professor internationally (Technical University of Vienna, Austria; Institut des Systèmes Complexes de Paris, France; Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Stevens Institute of Technology, NYC, USA; University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany; Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Melbourne University, RMIT and University of New South Wales, Australia), McGill University. She has appointments on several national and international advisory boards and review panels among which the Singapore A*STAR Advisory Board, the Scientific Council of the EU NCE I*PROMS, expert on the EU Framework Programme , the NSERC International Strategy Advisory Panel and Strategic Projects Review Panels on Safety and Security and ICT as well as NSF Cyber-Systems Review Panel.


Professor Ulieru is member of the Government of Canada Science Technology and Innovation Council.