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Sibin Mohan received Best Paper Award at 2016 RTSS 
 
 
August Schiess, CSL

In response to recent cyberattacks, CS PhD student Monowar Hasan, advised by ITI research assistant professor Sibin Mohan, has developed novel methods to integrate safety algorithms within real-time systems without interrupting normal behavior. Hasan won Best Paper Award for this work presented at the Real-Time Systems Symposium (RTSS), the top conference for this field. Read more.

 
 
 C. K. Gunsalus
 

What strategies and tactics can an academic leader—chair or head, dean or provost—undertake to foster a more positive trajectory for a department in trouble? CSL's C.K. Gunsalus co-authors a story for Inside Higher Ed on how to help academic leaders improve struggling units. Through their work with academic leaders across a wide range of institutions, they have developed resources for assessing and addressing challenged and dysfunctional academic units. Read more.

 
 
Grace Gao 
 
 
Susan Mumm, Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace Engineering Assistant Prof. Grace Gao has been selected for the College of Engineering Dean’s Award for Excellence in Research, an honor bestowed on only a handful of the college’s assistant professors each year. Gao, a researcher in the Coordinated Science Labratory, and her students have focused on fundamental work in honing reliable and robust positioning, navigation, and timing for GPS. Their research contributes significantly to the ever-growing technologies of unmanned aerial vehicles, power systems, and robotics. Read more.

 
 
 David Nicol
 

The Critical Infrastructure Resilience Institute announces a partnership with the U.S. Coast Guard to vet and adapt best practices in infrastructure resilience with the goal of increasing port security.

 
 
Around CSL
 
Phillip Pare 
 
Philip Paré wins March Video of the Month

Congratulations to March Video of the Month winner Phillip Paré! Phillip is an ECE PhD student advised by Angelia Nedich and Carolyn Beck. Watch his video.

 
 
 Tim Yardley
 
Tim Yardley receives CAPE award
Congratulations to Tim Yardley, associate director for technology at the Information Trust Institute, who received a 2017 Chancellor's Academic Professional Excellence Award at a ceremony last week!
 
Tim was recognized for his exceptional leadership and research contributions. He has been a senior lead researcher and active contributor to more than $50 million of ITI research, while also developing more than $30 million of his own research secured on behalf of the university. 
 
 
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Events
 
CREDC will host its 2017 Summer School program June 12-16, 2017. Apply now for CREDC Summer School Student program. Applications are due April 30. Find more information and register.
 
Fri, Apr 14, 3:00 pm, CSL 369
CSL Social Hour: Professor Tamer Başar will talk about his prime years at CSL—the evolution of CSL over several decades and how his research portfolio has evolved in parallel.
 
Mon, Apr 17, 4:00 pm
 
 
Research Grants/Gifts

Grant

  • Sibin Mohan, “INGRESS: Integration of Green Renewable Energy Sources Securely with the Buildings and Electric Power,” $900,000, Dept. of Energy.