An elephant eats 200 kg per day, or the equivalent of 200 grams every minute. How does an elephant feed so quickly? We present experiments with African elephants at the Atlanta Zoo and dissections of elephant trunks at the Smithsonian Institution.
Supported by the VICEROY initiative of the Department of Defense, the CySER Institute is a consortium of five institutions in the Northwest led by WSU with the University of Idaho, Montana State University, Columbia Basin College, and Central Washington University as partners.
This talk focuses on the synthesis of data-based online algorithms to optimize the behavior of networked systems – with a specific focus on power grids – operating in uncertain, dynamically changing environments, and with human-in-the-loop components.
Washington State University will celebrate the grand opening of the Trimble Technology Lab in the School of Design and Construction, part of the Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture on WSU’s Pullman campus.
Cybersecurity experimental publications should provide readers with a reliable report of the experimental methods, dataset(s) used and full analysis of the results to allow the readers to fully understand the capabilities and limitations of the experiment, and to compare the results to other similar tools or processes.
Advanced Grid Institute and Energy Systems Innovation Center present GridSandbox: Automated Workflow Management for End-to-End Grid Analytics by Dr. Anurag Srivastava, WVU, Dr. Henry Huang, PNNL, Dr. Dexin Wang, PNNL, and Mr. Sanjeev Pannala, Energy Systems Innovation Center/WSU