Overview

  • C. Ariel Pinto, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering at Old Dominion University. His works focus on multi-disciplinary approaches to risk management in engineered systems and systems engineering, including the effects security and non-security related disruptions in the continuity of operation of organizations and information systems.
  • Selected Publications

    Articles In Academic Journals

    Year Title
    2015 Competencies for governance of complex systems of systemsInternational Journal of System of Systems Engineering. 71.
    2015 Competencies of Governance of Complex Systems of SystemsInt. Journal of Systems of Systems Engineering/Inderscience. 71-89.
    2015 Development of a framework to evaluate human risk in a complex problem domainInternational Journal of Critical Infrastructures. 148-166.
    2014 Interdependency-induced risk with applications to healthcareINTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION. 12-26.
    2014 Modelling and measuring the operability of interdependent systems and systems of systems: advances in methods and applicationsInternational Journal of System of Systems Engineering. 1.
    2012 Introduction to the Special Edition: Challenges, Solutions and ResearchInternational Journal of Critical Infrastructures. 91-94.
    2012 Risk-Based Sequential Allocation of Competing Sanitation Infrastructure InvestmentsInternational Journal of Environment and Waste Management. 256-268.
    2012 System of systems perspective on risk: towards a unified conceptInternational Journal of System of Systems Engineering.
    2010 Understanding the Relationship between Risk Management and Knowledge Management: A Literature ReviewInt. J. of Knowledge Management Studies (IJKMS). 281-300.
    2007 Deficit Analysis: Service Capacity Assessment and Planning in Developing Countries – Case Study In The PhilippinesEnvironmental Monitoring and Assessment. 77-84.
    2007 Multi-Criteria Decision Making and Composting of Waste in the Municipality of Bacoor in the PhilippinesInternational Journal of Environmental Technology and Management. 351-368.
    2006 Challenges to Sustainable Risk Management: Case Example in Information Network SecurityEngineering Management Journal. 17-23.
    2006 The Security Incident Cycle of PortsMaritime Economics & Logistics. 267-286.
    2004 Measuring the Risk-Based Value of IT Security SolutionsIEEE IT Professional. 35-42.
    2003 Configuration of Inter-Office Switch under Extreme Traffic with Zone Configuration Evaluator DiagramJournal of Reliability Engineering and System Safety. 369-375.
    2002 Risk of Extreme Events in the Configuration of Priority SystemsJournal of Reliability Engineering and System Safety. 265-271.

    Conference Papers

    Year Title
    2017 Systematic Capacity-Based Risk Assessment: Application to Water Service Project in Kassala, Sudan.  1782-1794.
    2015 Emerging Modeling and Simulation (M&S) Application in Risk Management
    2015 Reducing Uncertainty in Technology Selection for Long Life Cycle Designs
    2011 Emerging M&S Application in Risk Management.  92-96.
    2010 Goal Approach to Risk Scenario Identification in Systems Development
    2010 Risk and system-of-systems: toward a unified concept
    2008 Delayed Bang Approach: Risk Tradeoff Between Prevention & Preparedness
    2008 Engineering Economics and Time-Valued Risk: Towards More Sustainable Risk Management
    2006 Analyzing Faulty Project Knowledge Systems: An Empirical Investigation of a R&D organization
    2005 Management of Extremes in the Configuration of Inter-office Telephone Switch & Priority Systems.  635-641.
    2005 Modeling of Commercial Maritime Port Recoverability from Security Disruptions: Work-In-Progress.  470-474.
    2005 Software Development Project Risk Management: A Literature Review.  635-641.
    2003 Analytical Support for the Statewide Multimodal Long-Range Transportation Plan, M.A.  183-188.

    Research Overview

  • Risk in Engineerd SystemsExtreme Event AnalysisCyber Risk
  • Grants

  • Implementation of a Non Legacy DoDAF Viewpoint, Phase II  awarded by Exostrategies, Inc 2014 - 2015
  • Implementation of a Non Legacy DoDAF Viewpoint  awarded by Exostrategies, Inc 2013 - 2014
  • Loss Prevention Engineering  awarded by FM Global/Spencer Educational Foundation 2012 - 2014
  • Risk Definition For Range Safety  awarded by US Marine Corp 2007 - 2008
  • A Throughput Simulation of VPA’s Norfolk International Terminals: a Security Risk Analysis  awarded by Virginia Ports Authority & Old Dominion University 2006
  • A Throughput Simulation of VPA’s Norfolk International Terminals: A Security Risk Analysis  awarded by Virginia Port Authority 2005 - 2006
  • Security Risk Analysis of Norfolk International Terminal (NIT)  awarded by Virginia Port Authority 2005 - 2006
  • Co-PI. Directorate of Science and Technology of the Department of Homeland  awarded by Department of Homeland Security Border System of Systems Engineering Analysis 2004 - 2006
  • Port Recoverability from Security Disruptions, Summer Experience Enhancing Collaborative Research Program  awarded by ODU Office of Research 2005
  • Port Recoverability from Security Disruptions, Summer Experience Enhancing Collaborative Research Program  awarded by ODU Office of Research - 2005
  • Co-operative Vulnerability Assessment Project (CVAP): Leveraging International Research for Quantitative Vulnerability Assessment of Critical Infrastructures  awarded by U.S. Department of Homeland Security 2017 -
  • Center of Excellence for Border Security and Immigration  awarded by Department of Homeland Security 2007 -
  • Co-operative Vulnerability Assessment Project (CVAP): Leveraging International Research for Quantitative Vulnerability Assessment of Critical Infrastructures  awarded by U.S. Department of Homeland Security 2007 -
  • Enhancing Triumph Aerospace Systems – Newport News Project’s Knowledge Capability  awarded by Allied Aerospace, Inc 2007 -
  • Initial Evaluation Of Cargo For Critical Transportation Infrastructure Vulnerability Assessment  awarded by Department of Homeland Security, Science &Technology, Infrastructure and Geophysical Division 2007 -
  • Center of Excellence for Border Security and Immigration  awarded by Department of Homeland Security 2006 -
  • Community Partnership Towards Understanding and Prioritization of Risks from Toxic Pollutants in the Elizabeth River Watershed  awarded by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency – C.A.R.E. Program 2006 -
  • Security Strategies for Small Wastewater Systems for Safeguarding Assets, Emergency Response Planning and Risk Communication  awarded by Water Environment Research Foundation 2006 -
  • Community Partnership Towards Understanding and Prioritization of Risks from Toxic Pollutants in the Elizabeth River Watershed  awarded by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency – C.A.R.E. Program 2005 -
  • A Micro-World Simulation for Healthcare Management: A System-of-Systems Engineering Approach  awarded by Old Dominion University – Office of Research 2004 -
  • DRU: The Effects of Shared Mental Models in Risk Management Process in Socio-Technical Groups  awarded by National Science Foundation – Human and Social Dynamics: Competition for FY 2005 2004 -
  • Securing the Supply Chain of Urban Freight Movements  awarded by Old Dominion University – Office of Research 2004 -
  • Security Strategies for Small Wastewater Systems for Safeguarding Assets, Emergency Response Planning and Risk Communication  awarded by Water Environment Research Foundation 2004 -
  • Expertise Keywords

  • Engineering : Risk Management
  • Management : Risk Management
  • Education And Training

  • Ph.D. in Systems Engineering, University of Virginia 2002
  • Full Name

  • Cesar Pinto