Clinical associate professor of information and decision sciences
Matthew Liotine is a clinical associate professor of information and decision sciences in the UIC College of Business Administration. He is director and founder of the UIC School of Public Health certificate program in emergency management and continuity planning.
His research includes catastrophic planning, critical infrastructure planning, supply-chain risk and system continuity. Recently, Liotine worked with public agencies to develop preparedness strategies for Ebola.
He has been a management consultant, providing businesses nationwide and abroad with technology management, planning, industry research and training expertise. He has 25 years of industry experience in the chemical and high-tech industries.
Liotine received a UIC Teaching Recognition Award. His certifications include business continuity planner and Homeland Security Level III. He is a member of the Business Continuity Institute and a Six Sigma Black Belt. He holds a Ph.D. in engineering from Princeton University.
- Emergency management and continuity planning
- Catastrophic planning
- Preparedness strategies for the Ebola outbreak