Dr. Eva Andrijcic specializes in risk analysis and management, critical infrastructure management and protection, interdisciplinary engineering education, and risk education. She has worked on several large research projects for clients that include the Department of Homeland Security and the Mitre Corporation. Dr. Andrijcic is a member of the Society for Risk Analysis, American Society for Engineering Education, and International Council on Systems Engineering. She also advises the SCUBA Club.

Academic Degrees

  • PhD, University of Virginia, Systems and Information Engineering, 2013
  • MS, University of Virginia, Systems and Information Engineering, 2006
  • BS, Randolph-Macon Woman’s College, Mathematics, 2004

Awards & Honors

Research Experiences

  • Engineering leadership development
  • Risk analysis and management
  • Systems engineering education

Select Publications & Presentations

  • Andrijcic, E. and Y.Y. Haimes, ”Metamodeling of Interdependent Systems: An Application to Bridge Infrastructure Management,” Journal of Infrastructure Systems, July 2016
  • E. Andrijcic and J. Williams, “I Survived the Crisis: Using Real World Scenarios to Teach Crisis Leadership Skills to Undergraduate Engineering Students,” Proceedings of the 123rd ASEE Conference, New Orleans, June 26-29 2016
  • E. Andrijcic, W. Schindel, and C. Downing, “Preparing Our Graduates to Be More Effective Leaders in a World of Systems-Oriented Risk,” Proceedings of the 121st ASEE Conference, Indianapolis, June 15-18 2014
  • E. Andrijcic, “The Survey of Best Practices in Risk Education: An Overview,” Society for Risk Analysis Annual Conference, December 2014
  • E. Andrijcic, W. Schindel, and C. Downing, “Identifying Systems Competencies for Leaders,” International Council on Systems Engineering’s Great Lakes Regional Conference, October 2014
  • E. Andrijcic, Y.Y. Haimes, and T. Beatley, “Public Policy Implications of Harmonizing Engineering Technology With Socio-Economic Modeling: Application to Transportation Infrastructure Management,” Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, Volume 50, pp. 62-73, 2013

Teaching Interests

  • Systems engineering
  • Risk analysis and management
  • Engineering economics and finance
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