Director of Special Projects | Research Faculty II
Jarrett Broder is the Director of Special Projects for the Emergency Management and Homeland Security program at Florida State University and Deputy Director of the Center for Disaster Risk Policy (CDRP). In these roles, he oversees all the information technology needs of both organizations. Mr. Broder holds a Master's of Science from Florida State University in Information Technology.
Mr. Broder is a member of the Disaster Incident Research Team (DIRT) and is one of the primary faculty members for the EMHS/CDRP Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) program. He has led research teams domestically and internationally performing a wide range of traditional emergency management and UAS related research.
Technology in Emergency Management
Unmanned Aircraft Systems
Research and Projects
UAS in Public Safety
Countering Unmanned Aircraft Systems (C-UAS): Techniques, Technologies and Motivations from a Pilot Perspective
Best Practices in Post Disaster Data Management
The Effectiveness of UAS in Search and Rescue