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When the 2022 IEEE International Symposium on Systems Engineering met in Vienna, Austria in October, DeAndre Johnson was excited to be among the presenters.
Professor James H. Lambert, Director of the University of Virginia’s Center for Risk Management of Engineering Systems, spoke to the urgency of systems modeling in this environment in his talk, “Disruption of Priorities and Design of Engineering Systems.” Dr. Lambert was invited to speak at Duke University’s Pratt School of Engineering on October 31, 2022 as part of its Civil & Environmental Engineering Seminars program.
The University of Virginia (UVA) School of Engineering has announced three project grants from the National Science Foundation and CHEST: The Center for Hardware and Embedded Systems Security & Trust, a CCALS partner.
To reach its 2040 goal of NetZero carbon emissions, the Port of Virginia (POV) must address the army of equipment that operates throughout the port 24/7 and is essential to the transfer of containers among ships, rail, and trucks. A team of University of Virginia (UVA) students presented some possible solutions to that challenge Sept. 27, 2022.
A system that accurately tracks inventories may be essential for prisons and correctional facilities, but selecting the right system – one that can withstand stressors like the recent COVID pandemic – is no easy task.
Virginia has ranked high in CNBC’s “Top States for Business” ranking in recent years. One important – but often overlooked – factor in that success is its improved infrastructure score. The state must continue to focus on infrastructure, argues Richmond Times Dispatch Opinions Editor Chris Gentilviso.
Meet three of the outstanding interns working on the Port of Virginia’s new cybersecurity lab with ODU’s Dr. Sachin Shetty, professor and Executive Director of the Center for Secure and Intelligent Critical Systems at Old Dominion University and faculty from Longwood University, Virginia State University, the University of Virginia and Virginia International Terminals, LLC, in a project funded by the Commonwealth Cyber Initiative.
The electric vehicle (EV) industry is overcoming challenges in order to improve the process of the charging network of EVs.
An impressive team of interns has started work on the Port of Virginia’s new cybersecurity lab. Dr. Sachin Shetty, professor and Executive Director of the Center for Secure and Intelligent Critical Systems at Old Dominion University (ODU), is working with students from ODU, Longwood, and Virginia State University (VSU) at the new center at the Port of Virginia.
Semiconductors are “foundational to modern life,” says Zachary Collier in this Newsweek op-ed, and Taiwan is the world’s largest semiconductor manufacturer. Recent concerns about the possibility of China invading Taiwan highlight the vulnerability of this vital and already precarious resource, and the importance of domestic sources.
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