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Tim Klett is a Cyber Security Analyst within the Infrastructure Assurance and Analysis Division at the Idaho National Laboratory (INL). He has over 20 years of experience in working with information technology solutions for both the Department of Energy (DOE) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). His current work includes overseeing the design, development, and security of several mission-critical systems utilized by DHS. Tim's current research areas include critical infrastructure dependencies and interdependencies and cyber/physical impacts. Tim is currently pursuing a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Idaho, earned his M.S. degree in Computer Science from the Illinois Institute of Technology in 2004, and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).
Ryan Hruska is a Senior Critical Infrastructure and Mission Assurance Research Lead within the Infrastructure Assurance and Analysis Division at the Idaho National Laboratory (INL). He has over 15 years of experience developing innovative technology solutions for the Department of Energy (DOE), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and Department of Defense (DOD). His current research includes leading the develop of the All Hazards Analysis (AHA) Framework and Essential Function Analysis Capability (EFAC) for mission assurance modeling. His research interests include machine learning, data analysis, critical infrastructure modeling, cyber-security, remote sensing, and decision support systems. He has a M.S. in both Computer & Environmental Sciences, which includes a Geographic Information Systems Certificate, and a B.S. in Cartography from the University of Idaho. In addition, he is currently pursuing a PhD in Computer Science. Mr. Hruska is a Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP) and current member of the IEEE Computer & Computational Intelligence Societies, Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), and has served as an adjunct professor for remote sensing in Idaho State University’s Department of Geosciences.
Dr. Donna Post Guillen has over 35 years of research and engineering experience and has served as Principal Investigator/Technical Lead for numerous multidisciplinary projects encompassing waste heat recovery, combustion, heat exchangers, power conversion systems, nuclear reactor fuels and materials experiments, waste vitrification, and advanced manufacturing. Her core area of expertise is computational fluid dynamics and heat transfer modeling of energy systems, materials and thermal fluid systems. She is experienced with X-ray and neutron beamline experiments, computational methods, tools and software for data analysis, visualization, application development, machine learning/artificial intelligence, numerical simulation, and design optimization. As Principal Investigator/Technical Lead for the DOE Nuclear Science User Facility Program, she has engaged in irradiation testing of new materials and performed thermal analysis for nuclear reactor experiments.