Division Director, Decision and Infrastructure Sciences
Dave Brannegan is the Director of Argonne National Laboratory’s Decision and Infrastructure Sciences division. He previously served as Director of Argonne’s Risk and Infrastructure Science Center. Dave has considerable program management, policy, and leadership experience in the non-profit, for-profit, and government sectors.
Laura Adochio is the Program Lead for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)/Federal protective Service (FPS) program as well as several other projects within Argonne National Laboratory’s Decision and Infrastructure Sciences and the Strategic Security Science divisions. She has served as the FPS Program lead for the past four years, providing strategic and operational support to FPS.
Dr. Stephen M. Folga leads the Infrastructure Systems Modeling group in Argonne National Laboratory’s Decision and Infrastructure Sciences division, where he leads projects related to infrastructure assurance, such as methodologies for natural gas and petroleum fuels infrastructure assessments and estimating the potential consequences of component disruption and the time needed to return disrupted components into service.
Dr. John R. Hummel is the lead for Integrated Resiliency Analyses in the Decision and Infrastructure Sciences Division at Argonne National Laboratory. He is also the developer of the Analysis of Resiliency for Integrated System Effectiveness (ARISE)framework for assessing societal and regional resiliency.
Deputy Director, National Preparedness Analytics Center
Iain Hyde is the Deputy Director of the National Preparedness Analytics Center within the Decision and Infrastructure Sciences Division at Argonne National Laboratory. In his role, he leads a portfolio of national preparedness, disaster recovery, and community resilience projects supporting FEMA and the Department of Commerce.
Deputy Division Director/Infrastructure Security & Risk Analytics Group Lead
Leslie-Anne Levy leads the Infrastructure Security and Risk Analytics group in Argonne National Laboratory’s Decision and Infrastructure Sciences division. She manages a portfolio of activity primarily with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security focused on assessing the security and resilience of critical infrastructure, as well as analyzing and managing risk to infrastructure.
Program Lead, Community Resilience and Sustainable Development
Lawrence “Paul” Lewis is the Program Lead for Technology Implementation in Argonne National Laboratory’s Decision and Infrastructure Sciences division. In this capacity, Paul leads multidisciplinary analyses of critical infrastructure protection and community resilience strategies across the country, and the development of decision support tools to address these challenges.
Program Manager, Packaging Certification and Life Cycle Management
Yung Liu is a Senior Nuclear Engineer who leads the Packaging Certification & Life Cycle Management activities in Argonne’s Decision and Infrastructure Sciences Division. He has expert knowledge leading the development of aging management programs for extended storage and transportation of spent nuclear fuel, including the ARG-US remote tracking and monitoring systems technology.
Senior Technical Advisor & Social, Behavioral, and Decision Science Group Leader
Charles Macal leads the Social, Behavioral, and Decision Science group in Argonne National Laboratory’s Decision and Infrastructure Sciences division. He applies computational modeling and simulation tools to complex systems to solve problems in a variety of fields, including energy and national security.
Jim Marks is the Program Lead for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security National Risk Management Center (NRMC) portfolio. With considerable program management and leadership experience in the government and private sectors, he leads projects to address the most significant cyber and physical risks to the Nation’s critical infrastructure.
Computational Scientist at Argonne National Laboratory and Senior Scientist in the Consortium for Advanced Science and Engineering at the University of Chicago. Dr. Ozik develops applications of large-scale agent-based models, including models of infectious diseases, healthcare interventions, biological systems, water use and management, critical materials supply chains, and critical infrastructure.
Mark C. Petri is the Director of the Electric Power Grid Program. He is responsible for coordinating the laboratory’s large and multidisciplinary activities to improve the reliability, resiliency, security, and efficiency of the nation’s electric power grids.
Kyle Pfeiffer is the Director of the National Preparedness Analytics Center within the Decision and Infrastructure Sciences Division at Argonne National Laboratory. He leads a multidisciplinary team of national and homeland security professionals conducting applied research to strengthen the security and resilience of people, assets, and systems to an array of global threats and hazards.
Duane Verner leads the Resilience Assessment Group in Argonne National Laborator’s Decision and Infrastructure Sciences division. He oversees staffing and technical assignments related to critical infrastructure protection, hybrid threats, and dependency analysis, and contributes to the international resilience and security research community through publications and trans-Atlantic collaboration.
Dr. Thomas Wall is the Program Lead for Engineering & Applied Resilience in Argonne National Laboratory’s Decision and Infrastructure Sciences Division. He has extensive experience in the areas of critical infrastructure resilience analysis and protection, and working with infrastructure sectors to provide actionable climate resilience analyses and decision support.
Chief of Staff/Counterterrorism & Security Planning Group Leader
Matt Wolf manages the Counterterrorism and Security Planning group in Argonne National Laboratory’s Decision and Infrastructure Sciences division. He is an experienced program manager, intelligence officer and investigator with over 18 years of work experience in the private sector and intelligence community.