Faculty Member Presents Paper at Regional Engineering Conference
Sudden disruption in the electric power distribution system is always a serious problem, notes Das, whose paper – titled “Cyber-Physical Operation Security with a Collaborative Knowledge Grid System” – details a collaboratively working software tool developed at West Virginia University and discusses what can be done in emergency situations when there is a power breakdown.
Asesh K. Das
A team of WVU research scientists also participated in the presentation at the conference, which promotes theories and applications in a variety of engineering disciplines. Sponsored by IEEE Region 3, it attracted researchers, professionals and students to the heart of Central Florida’s high-tech corridor for four days of tutorial sessions and workshops.
Retiring after 18 years with the School of Business and Computer Technologies faculty, Das holds a doctorate from Visva-Bharati University, earned master’s degrees from North Bengal University and Florida Institute of Technology, and has a bachelor’s degree from Calcutta University.
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