Felix Lin, Assistant Professor in ECE and CRISP Thrust Lead in Cyber-physical systems, has won the NSF CAREER award. The project titled "A Trustworthy and Verifiable Software Backplane for the Cloud Edge" is for 5 years and started June 1, 2019.
CRISP Affiliate Faculty, Shaoshuai Mou, an assistant professor in the School of Aeronautics and Astronautics, has been selected as the Outstanding Faculty Mentor of Engineering Graduate Students. The award is presented annually by the College of Engineering to an individual faculty member in each School of Engineering to recognize outstanding work mentoring master’s and Ph.D. students.
Affiliate faculty, Nicolo Michelusi, is part of the Purdue team of five faculty members from ECE, one research group from Texas A&M, and a research scientist from Raytheon BBN Technologies, that is one of the 15 finalists competing in the third and final phase of DARPA’s Spectrum Collaboration Challenge (SC2).
CRISP Affiliate Faculty, Ilias Bilionis, an assistant professor in the School of Mechanical Engineering, is part of the winning team of a $15M research institute from NASA. The team, led by Shirley Dyke, will form the institute called Resilient ExtraTerrestrial Habitats (RETH).
Purdue Engineering's Center for Resilient Infrastructures, Systems, and Processes (CRISP) will host an NSF-sponsored Grand Challenges in Resilience Workshop on March 20 and 21 on the Purdue campus. This will involve about 30 external attendees, Purdue's community working on resilience, and Program Managers from DOD, DOE, NSF.
The NSF-sponsored Grand Challenges in Resilience workshop is coming to Purdue on Mar 19-21. This will bring leading lights from academia, government labs, and industry working on resilience in cyber, cyber-physical, and socio-technical systems.
Affiliate faculty, Nicolo Michelusi, Assistant Professor of ECE is a co-PI on the DARPA grant titled "Adaptive Wireless Networks for Spectrally Efficient Communication". This is to prepare for the SC2 competition and is for $375K.
CRISP leadership team has been awarded a grant from NSF to organize a Grand Challenges in Resilience workshop. The workshop will be held on the Purdue campus in Spring 2019 and will feature a host of invited speakers from outside Purdue together with participants from the Purdue community.