Fire Protection Online - Faculty
James A. Milke, Professor, Chair, and Director Online Fire Protection Engineering Program, Ph.D. Aerospace Engineering, University of Maryland. His areas of expertise is smoke management.
Arnaud Trouvé, Associate Professor, Ph.D., École Centrale of Paris, France. His interests include fire modeling and physical modeling of fire-related phenomena
Steven Gwynne, Adjunct Faculty, Ph.D. Mathematical Modeling of Human Behavior, University of Greenwich. He is a Senior Scientist, specializing in people movement and egress simulation at Hughes Associates, Inc.
Gerald Haynes, Adjunct Faculty, P.E. is Vice President of Forensic Fire Analysis and a Certified Fire and Explosions Investigator.
Morgan J. Hurley, Adjunct Faculty, M.S. Fire Protection Engineering, University of Maryland. He is the Technical Director of the Society of Fire Protection Engineers,
David J. Icove, Adjunct Faculty, Ph.D., Engineering Science and Mechanics, University of Tennessee. Coauthor of Combating Arson-for-Profit, the leading textbook on the crime of economic arson, and forensic fire scene reconstruction.
Marc L. Janssens, Adjunct Faculty, Ph.D. Fire Protection Engineering, University of Ghent. Director, Dept. of Fire Tech. at Southwest Rsch Inst., Assoc Editor for Fire and Materials and First Vice Chair ASTM Committee EO5 - Fire Standards.
Francisco Joglar, Adjunct Faculty, Ph.D. Reliability and Fire Risk, University of Maryland. He is a Fire Risk Engineer at SAIC and conducts fire modeling and fire risk training for FPEs working in nuclear plants and federal government inspectors for the commercial nuclear power industry.
Eric R. Rosenbaum, Adjunct Faculty, M.S., Fire Protection Engineering, University of Maryland. He is the Director of Architectural & Engineering Services at Hughes Associates, Inc. and has 20 years experience FPE services.
Stanislav I. Stoliarov, Associate Professor, Ph. D., Ph. D. (with distinction), Physical Chemistry, The Catholic University of America, Washington DC. He is a member of the International Association for Fire Safety Science (IAFSS), National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), and Salamander (Fire Protection Engineering Honor Society).
Jason A. Sutula, Adjunct Faculty, P.E., M.S. FPE, University of Maryland, Ph.D., University of Edinburgh. His research involves the development of a methodology for the prediction of flame extinction and suppression in three-dimensional normal, reduced, and micro-gravity environments.
Noah L. Ryder, Lecturer and Visiting Research Associate, M.S., M.B.A., P.E. He teaches Fire and Explosion - Investigation and Reconstruction.
Jamie McAllister, Lecturer, Ph.D. in Forensic Toxicology. She is a licensed professional engineer as well as an IAAI certified fire investigator.