Timothy Eveleigh, D.Sc.


Dr. Timothy J. Eveleigh is an adjunct professor of engineering management and systems engineering at The George Washington University in Washington, DC and an INCOSE Certified Systems Engineering Professional. Dr. Eveleigh has over 30 years industry experience working DoD and Intelligence Community IT acquisition challenges, R&D, enterprise architecting, and IT governance. Dr. Eveleigh also has had a 30 year parallel career as an Air Force Reserve Intelligence Officer and Developmental Engineer focused on targeting, imagery, and command and control integration programs. Dr. Eveleigh has a Doctor of Science Degree in Systems Engineering from GWU and a Masters in Remote Sensing / Physical Geography from the University of Delaware.


Deitz, D., T.J. Eveleigh, T.H. Holzer, S. Sarkani. 2013. “Improving Program Success through Systems Engineering Tools in Pre-Milestone B Acquisition Phase.” Defense Acquisition Review Journal. Vol. 20, No. 3. (October 2013); 283

Eiband, M., T.J. Eveleigh, T.H. Holzer, S. Sarkani. 2013. “Reusing DoD Legacy Systems: Making the Right Choice.” Defense Acquisition Review Journal. Vol. 20, No. 2. (July 2013); 154

Kuqi, K., T. Eveleigh, T. Holzer, S. Sarkani, JE Levin, RS. Crowley. 2013. “Design of Electronic Medial Record User Interfaces: A Matrix-Based Method for Improving Usability.” Journal of Healthcare Engineering. Vol. 4, No. 3. (September 2013); 427-451

Moschoglou, G., T. Eveleigh, T.H. Holzer, S. Sarkani. (2013). “An Approach to Semantic Interoperability in Federations of Systems.” International Journal of System of Systems Engineering. Vol.4, No. 1 (2013); 79-97

Reeves, J.D., T. Eveleigh, T.H. Holzer, S. Sarkani. (2013). “Risk Identification Biases and their Impact to Space System Development Project Performance.” EMJ-Engineering Management Journal. Vol. 25, No. 2. (June 2013); 3-12

Kashyap, A., T. Holzer, S. Sakrani, T. Eveleigh. 2012. “Model Based Testing for Software Systems: An Application of Markov Modulated Markov Process.” International Journal of Computer Applications. Vol 46. No 14. (January 2012); doi: 10.5120/6976-9491