I love the creative process and am passionate about new frontiers in information technology. Working alongside the talented and dedicated professionals at ERG is truly inspiring. What brings me the most satisfaction is delivering innovative solutions to our clients under challenging circumstances.
Hui Zhou, an ERG vice president, serves as chief information architect and cybersecurity officer at ERG, where he leads technology initiatives to develop and manage innovative IT solutions for federal and state agencies. With over 26 years of experience, he has applied his creative, conceptual, and problem-solving skills to translate client needs and goals into practical, forward-thinking solutions. Hui's expertise spans analysis, design, development, testing, deployment, and operation, and he has led and delivered over 1,000 applications and systems to ERG clients across artificial intelligence, and machine learning, mobile, app, web, cloud, and edge computing platforms. He is proficient in many cutting-edge programming languages and platforms and particularly enjoys the challenge of applying new and emerging information technologies and methods to develop innovative technical solutions for clients.
Before joining ERG in 1996, Hui worked at Harvard University as a research fellow/specialist for three years. He participated in several high-profile national research projects in air pollution data modeling, GIS spatial and statistical analysis, and Superfund human health risk assessment. Hui holds an M.S. in environmental engineering from Bradley University and an M.A. in urban planning from Boston University. Beyond his work, Hui is a passionate Boston sports fan and enjoys travel, basketball, hiking, running, dancing, and photography. His most gratifying moments come from delivering innovative solutions to clients under challenging situations.