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Keeping Fuel Lines Safe

Keeping Fuel Lines Safe

Two CCALS board members were among the authors of Anomaly and cyber fraud detection in pipelines and supply chains for liquid fuels, a paper accepted by Springer Science+Business Media, LLC in January 2022.

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Barbara Boyan: Expanding cloud access

Barbara Boyan: Expanding cloud access

Cloud computing capacity is central to many of the disciplines we support and vital to the Commonwealth’s successful future.
We must create improved access and programming to reach all Virginians, giving more people opportunities to enter the high-value, digital workforce. The success of existing industries, as well as attracting new ones, depends on creating a diverse, digitally-enabled workforce.

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Dr. Dawit Haile Elected Chair of the Board for CCALS

Dr. Dawit Haile Elected Chair of the Board for CCALS

Dr. Dawit Haile has been elected the Chair of the Board for Commonwealth Center for Advanced Logistics Systems (CCALS).

Dr. Haile is a professor of Computer Science and Mathematics and is currently serving as a Dean for the College of Engineering and Technology and Interim Dean for the College of Natural and Health Sciences at Virginia State University (VSU)

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Academy Outlines Key Strategies for Virginia

Academy Outlines Key Strategies for Virginia

A recent publication by the Virginia Academy of Science, Engineering and Medicine (VASEM) builds on a five-year strategic plan by the Virginia Economic Development Partnership (VEDP) to identify critical areas of challenge in the Commonwealth

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CCALS, Virginia State University and the University of Virginia Co-Host Worldwide Symposium on Engineering Systems in 2021

CCALS, Virginia State University and the University of Virginia Co-Host Worldwide Symposium on Engineering Systems in 2021

CCALS and Virginia State University (VSU), joined by the University of Virginia (UVA), hosted some of the world’s leading engineering systems researchers this October for CESUN 2021. Held virtually and in person in Charlottesville, VA on Oct. 10-12, 2021, the hybrid symposium welcomed its far-flung participants – for many, the first in-person scientific conference/symposium since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

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