DeVlieg Chairman and Professor
Research Role: Senior Researcher
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bryzik serves as the Chief Scientist of the US Army Tank-Automotive Research, Development, and Engineering Center (TARDEC) since 1991. He is one of two individuals who hold the Army’s highest Scientific/Technical Rank (ST-5) in recognition of his pioneering technical achievements as a world class leader in advanced ground vehicle technology. Currently he is the National Chair of the Army Senior Level Scientists organization and has served as Co-chair of the Defense Senior Level Scientists organization. Bryzik served at TARDEC in various capacities since 1968, and previously as a research engineer at the Ford Motor Company Research Center.
He founded the SEA National Army ST Chapter, which won a Chapter of the Year Award in 1993. He has served continuously as Chapter President and prime advocate within SEA for Senior Level Scientific/Technical Professionals, working on issues such as pay equity, and presidential rank award recognition for senior professionals.
Graduating with a B.A. (Magna Cum Laude) in Engineering from the University of Detroit, Bryzik continued his education with an M.S. and Doctorate in Engineering from the University of Detroit; M.A. in Business Management, Central Michigan University.
Bryzik received a Distinguished Presidential Rank award and has also been elected as a Fellow Grade member of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE). Other awards include the Socius Collegii Award (Wayne State University), SAE Arch T. Colwell Award , Army Science Conference Gold Medallion Award, Federal Scientist of the Year Award, and Japanese Government National Award for Cooperative Science.
- Technical Report: Quantitative Risk - [Reports 1-3]
- Technical Report: Tradespace and Affordability - Phase 1
- Technical Report: Vehicle Systems Engineering and Integration Activities
- Conference Paper: Integration of Systems Engineering Training Modules into Capstone Courses across College of Engineering Departments
- Technical Report: Quantitative Risk - [Report 4]
- Conference Presentation, ASRR 2009: Systems Engineering Research at Wayne State University: An Overview
- Conference Presentation, ASRR 2011: RT 26 Vehicle Systems Engineering and Integration Activities
- Conference Presentation, SSRR 2013: Trust under Uncertainty - Quantitative Risk
- Technical Report: Tradespace and Affordability - Phase 2
- Technical Report: Tradespace and Affordability - Phase 3
- Technical Report: System Qualities Ontology, Tradespace and Affordability (SQOTA) Project – Phase 4
- Technical Report: System Qualities Ontology, Tradespace and Affordability (SQOTA) Project – Phase 5