Scott A. DeLoach

Scott A. DeLoach

Dr. DeLoach received a bachelor of science degree in computer engineering from Iowa State University in 1982, and master’s and doctoral degrees in computer engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology State University in 1987 and 1996 respectively. From 1981 – 2001, he served in the United States Air Force. During his 20-year career he worked at the Aeronautical Systems Division, the 544th Strategic Intelligence Wing, the Air Force Research Laboratory, and at the Air Force Institute of Technology. In July 2001, he joined the department of computing and information sciences at K-State. DeLoach was named interim head of the department of computing and information sciences at Kansas State University in July 2014 and the permanent head of the department of computer science in September 2016.

Title Professor and Head
Office Location 2184 Engineering Hall (map)
Phone (785) 532-6350
Email sdeloach@ksu.edu
Webpage http://people.cis.ksu.edu/~sdeloach
Education

1996 - Ph.D. Computer Engineering, Air Force Institute of Technology.
1987 - MS in Computer Engineering, Air Force Institute of Technology.
1982 - BS in Computer Engineering, Iowa State University.

Research Interests

Dr. DeLoach’s current research interests focus on applying software engineering methods, techniques, and models to the design and development of intelligent, complex, adaptive, and autonomous multiagent and distributed systems. His research in this area is currently focused on (1) runtime/design time models, tools, and techniques for smart grid and intelligent power distribution systems, and (2) the use of runtime models for adaptive network security.

Awards

Dr. DeLoach has authored over 20 journal articles and book chapters, 70 refereed conference and workshop papers, and 17 technical reports. As of October 2016, he has been cited over 3,600 times with an h-index of 30 and an i-10 index of 61 according to Google Scholar. Dr. DeLoach has been on the Editorial Board for the International Journal of Agent-Oriented Software Engineering since 2015 and has served on dozens of conference program committees in a variety of areas from software engineering and multiagent systems to cybersecurity. He has graduated 7 Ph.D students and over 30 M.S. students. He was recipient of an National Science Foundation CAREER award in 2004 and the K-State College of Engineering’s Frankenhoff Outstanding Research Award in 2011.

Research Grants/Projects

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Project Title Principal Investigator Sponsor Start End Total
Human-Robot Teams Informed by Human Performance Moderator Functions Scott A. DeLoach US Air Force Office of Scientific Research Jun 2009 May 2012 $604,480
Human-Robot Teams Informed by Human Performance Moderator Functions Scott A. DeLoach US Air Force Office of Scientific Research Jun 2009 May 2012 $604,480
Test-Bed for Intelligent, Mobile Sensor Applications Scott A. DeLoach US Department of Defense Apr 2007 Mar 2008 $219,140
Controlling Robot Teams in Urban Environments (Single-Platform Multi-Sensor Control System) Scott A. DeLoach US Marine Corps, M2 Technologies, Kansas State University Urban Operations Lab Jan 2007 Dec 2012 $465,000
Controlling Robot Teams in Urban Environments (Single-Platform Multi-Sensor Control System) Scott A. DeLoach US Marine Corps, M2 Technologies, Kansas State University Urban Operations Lab Jan 2007 Dec 2012 $465,000
Organization-Based Model-Driven Development of High-Assurance Multiagent Systems Scott A. DeLoach US Department of Defense Jan 2006 Nov 2008 $481,816
Autonomous Reorganization of Cooperative Robotic Teams for Robustness Scott A. DeLoach National Science Foundation Apr 2004 Mar 2009 $450,000
Autonomous, Adaptive Information Systems Scott A. DeLoach US Air Force Office of Scientific Research Sep 2002 Aug 2005 $177,721
Autonomous, Adaptive Information Systems Scott A. DeLoach US Air Force Office of Scientific Research Sep 2002 Aug 2005 $177,623