(Andreas Aigner, Abdelmajid Khelil)
Presenter: Mr. Andreas Aigner
Location: Germany (near Munich)
Research Facility: Landshut University of Applied Sciences (Department of Computer Science)
Role: PhD Student
Degrees: Master of Science (Computer Science)
Master of System Engineering
(Robert E. Gillen, Stephen L. Scott)
Robert Gillen is a member of the Vulnerability Science Research Group which is part of the Cyber and Applied Data Analytics division of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory where he has been since 2007. As a member of the research team, his role is to work alongside other scientists to deliver solutions to complex problems at a national scale. His team focuses on applied research and development to understand, defend,and secure the computing and communication networks in the nation’s critical industry, energy and defense infrastructure. Since coming to ORNL, he has worked in a diverse set of areas including large-scale text analysis, applied machine learning for cyber-security, signals processing and embedded systems. His current research interests include vulnerability analysis of critical infrastructure systems and protection mechanisms with the goal of improving the available defenses.
Jacob Mellado was born in Talcahuano, Chile, in 1994. He received the B.Sc. Degree in ElectricalEngineering from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile in 2018, and he is currently pursuing the M.Sc.Degree in Electrical Engineering at the same institution. His research interests include industrial controlsystems, cyber-physical systems, embedded systems, and industrial automation.
Lening Wang is a fourth-year Ph.D. student in the Industrial and Systems Engineering department, Virginia Tech, working with Dr. Ran Jin. His research mainly concentrates on statistical on-line quality control for advanced manufacturing, such as additive manufacturing, machining, etc., and smart manufacturing network integration. Lening received his B.S. in engineering mechanics at Shangdong University, China. He earned his M.S. in mechanical engineering at University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
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