|Name:||Maj Vhance V Valencia|
|Title:||Assistant Professor of Systems Engineering
|Commercial Phone:||937-255-3636 (4826)|
|DSN Phone:||785-3636 (4826)|
PhD in Systems Engineering, Air Force Institute of Technology, 2013
MS in Engineering Management, Air Force Institute of Technology, 2007
BS in Mechanical Engineering, San Diego State University, 2001
Infrastructure asset management, risk to infrastructure systems, critical infrastructure protection, geographic information systems, additive manufacturing for civil engineering, machine learning learning applications for civil engineering
Valencia, V.V. (2013). Network interdependency modeling for risk assessment on built infrastructure systems (Doctoral dissertation). Air Force Institute of Technology, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, OH.
Valencia, V.V., Thal, A.E. (2012). Applying the model-based vulnerability assessment technique to interdependent infrastructures. In Proceeding of the 2012 Industrial and Systems Engineering Research Conference, Orlando, FL, May 19-23.
Valencia, V.V., Colombi, J.M., Thal, A.E., Sitzabee, W.E. (2011). Asset management: A systems perspective. In Proceeding of the 2011 Industrial Engineering Research Conference, Reno NV, May 21-25. *Society of Engineering Management Systems (SEMS) Best Paper Finalist.
Valencia, V.V., Thal, A.E., Holt, D.T., & West, C.J. (2009). Using personal attributes to predict project manager success. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Society for Engineering Management, Springfield, MO, October 14-17.
EMGT 621 - Asset Management: An Introduction to Infrastructure Management
EMGT 622 - Asset Management II: Tools and Techniques
EMGT 623 - Introduction to Geographic Information Systems and Sciences
EMGT 723 - Advanced Topics in Infrastructure Asset Management