Cyber Physical, Energy, and Smart Living Systems

Missouri S&T’s Center for Smart Living seamlessly improves the quality of life by transforming home, workplace, transportation and energy infrastructures into “smart” environments. Smart Living increases our understanding of how people and technology interact by combining sensing with physical action, social behavior analysis, data analytics, engineering, technology, communication and decision-making into a single, integrated concept.  Major areas of research are (1) Decision Making and Governance, (2) Smart Grid and Transportation, (3) Privacy and Security, (4) Environment and Health.

Existing Faculty Interests in Smart Living

Research Projects

Seed Money Projects

 Thrust Leader:

Dr. Bruce McMillin
(573) 341-6435
ff@mst.edu