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38. Data Analysis, Dashboards and Presentation: Telling Your Story With Visualized Data

ID: 58598
Thursday October 26, 2023 3:30PM - 4:45PM

- Create solutions a presenter can develop once then reuse across data sets and presentation 

- Raise awareness of the benefits, risks and requirements for utilizing both online and offline open source software 

- Move forward with up-to-date understanding of the fast-paced world of the open source and the resources necessary to create cutting edge visualizations


Katie Liszewski
Dr. Katie Liszewski has been a Cyber research scientist at Battelle, the world’s largest independent research and development organization, since August 2015 and is a current member of the Battelle Science and Technology Advisory Board. Katie and her team create novel instrumentation, processes, and algorithms for ensuring the security and authenticity of microelectronics, firmware, and networks. She has authored numerous publications on automation and algorithms for invasive and non-invasive counterfeit electronics detection and microelectronics security. She developed the patented Battelle Barricade algorithms and processes automation for non-destructive counterfeit testing, conceptualized the Battelle RAICS platform for automated circuit board security analysis, and developed the Battelle Batseq algorithms for hypothesis generation over coronavirus RNA. She is Battelle’s lead for behavioral hardware assurance and PI on a DARPA microelectronics program. Her interests in global optimization problems range from netlist decomplication for ensuring post fabrication security and design of high reliability microelectronics through using machine learning to combat disinformation. Prior to joining Battelle, Katie worked for the US Government researching digital forensics beginning in 2011. Katie holds a PhD in mathematics, with a thesis in Vertex Algebras, from North Carolina State University.