Wednesday, November 8, 2017
Morning Session: 9:00am-11:30am
Defense Systems and Strategies
Securing Software Updates In IoT: Does One Size Fit All?
Justin Cappos, Associate Professor, Department of Systems and Security, New York University
Challenge Cases for Collaboration with Industry and Academia in Anomaly Detection
Steve Cento, Sector Engineering Fellow,
Aerospace Systems (NGAS) Sector,
Northrop Grumman Corporation
Android Security and Lifecycle Management
Willins, Engineering Fellow, Zebra Technologies
Inside Cybersecurity – Why Security is Failing?
Domenick Gandolfo, Co-Founder & Chief Security Strategist, Cybersafe Solutions
IPv6 Based WSN Performance Analysis
Babak Beheshti, Associate Dean, School of Engineering and Computing Sciences, New
York Institute of Technology
A Cloud Computing Service that Protects Client Devices and Enterprises from Malware
in Email Attachments and Web Sites
Rick Boivie, Manager, Advanced Internet and Security Technologies, IBM Research
Cybersecurity Challenges of Systems-of-Systems for Fully-Autonomous Road Vehicles
Warren Axelrod, Research Director, U.S. Cyber Consequences Unit
Infrastructure and Urban Systems
Research and Modeling for Intelligent Fault Diagnosis of Air Conditioning System in
Yi Zhong, Professor, School of Information Engineering, Wuhan University of Technology,
Mobile IPv6 Protocols and High Efficiency Video Coding For Smart City IoT Applications
Daniel, Minoli, Principal Consultant, DVI Communications
Forewarned is Forearmed – Predicting Construction Related Traffic Conditions
Mark Yedlin, Director of Simulation Modeling Services, Greenman-Pedersen, Inc.
Improving the Consumption and Water Heating Efficiency in Smart Buildings
Anderson Rocha, Professor, Federal Center for Technological Education of Minas Gerais
Smart Buildings and Smart Cities and Everything Around Them
Dan Turissini, Chief Technology Officer, SPYRUS, Inc.
Determining Optimal Locations of Electrified Transportation Infrastructure on Interstate/
Mahmoud Alahmad, Associate Professor, College of Engineering, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Big Data Symposium
Analytics and Visualization
CEWIT and the
Center for Visual and Decision
, an NSF-designated
industry–university cooperative research center, host a joint Big Data Symposium featuring
top data science international researchers.
Speakers will include big data experts from Stony Brook University, Drexel University,
UL at Lafayette, University of Virginia, UNC Charlotte, and Tampere University of
Technology in Finland.
Entrepreneur's Tech Talks
What is Patentable?
George Likourezos, Partner, Carter, Deluca, Farrell & Schmidt, LLP
Tax Matters for Technology Ventures
Karen O'Connor, Tax Director, Marcum, LLP
How to Identify and Win SBIR Contracts
Marcie Sonneborn, SBIR & Innovation Specialist, Central New York Technology Development
Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science
Lorien Reese Mahay, Workshop Supervisor, Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science,
Stony Brook University