O Patrick Kreidl

Assistant Professor

Electrical Engineering • College of Computing, Engineering & Construction

Areas of Expertise

signal processing, systems & control, network science, computer security, distributed sensing

Education

Ph.D in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

February 2008

 

 

S.M. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

February 1996

 

B.S. in Electrical Engineering (with highest distinction)

George Mason University

May 1994

Biography

Prior to joining UNF in 2011, Dr. Kreidl was a Principal Research Engineer in the Cyber Operations and Networking Group within BAE Systems' Technology Solutions Directorate as well as a Research Affiliate in MIT's Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems. Other past positions were with the Institute for Defense Analyses and the Naval Research Laboratory. His research interests lie at the intersections of signal processing, stochastic control and optimization (particularly as they interface with algorithms, computation and statistics) with application to sensor networks, network security and distributed systems.

KreidlContact Information

Building 50, Room 3016

(904) 620-1905

patrick.kreidl@unf.edu

Website


Office Hours

W 1-4pm and R 10am-12noon (Fall 2014)