|ANDREW K. ADAMS is a Senior Network Researcher at Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC). He holds M.S. degrees in both computer science and information science (U. Pittsburgh), and brings 20+ years of experience in computer networking research as a member of PSC’s Networking Group, including operational responsibilities in the 3ROX GigaPoP. Additionally, as a member of PSC’s Security Group, he has designed and developed multiple security oriented systems and performed assessments for PSC. Currently, his focus is in privacy and policy. E-mail|
KAY AVILA is a Senior Security Engineer at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications. She joined CTSC and NCSA in 2017, following previous positions in network security at a Fortune 500 insurance company and in higher education. Formerly, as an undergraduate at the University of Northern Iowa, she was involved with supercomputing outreach through the SC Education Program and the LittleFe and Bootable Cluster CD (BCCD) projects. E-mail.
|ROBERT (BOB) COWLES is principal in BrightLite Information Security performing cybersecurity assessments and consulting in research and education about information security and identity management. He served as CISO at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (1997-2012); participated in security policy development for LHC Computing Grid (2001-2008); and was an instructor at University of Hong Kong in information security (2000-2003). ||JEANNETTE DOPHEIDE is an education outreach coordinator at the NCSA. Her experience in education and outreach began as a high school teacher before moving onto business systems analysis and applications training for a commercial software company. Jeannette joined CTSC and NCSA in 2014 and works primarily on education outreach for projects that impact both CTSC and NCSA. Jeannette is a graduate of Illinois State University. E-mail.|
TERRY FLEURY is a Senior Research Programmer at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA). He has worked in the Cybersecurity Division since 2005 where he has assisted with development of several open-source security projects including MyProxy, CILogon, and SWAMP. In his work with CTSC, he has performed several engagements assisting NSF projects with risk assessments and cybersecurity program development. E-mail.
|RANDY HEILAND is a Senior Systems Analyst / Programmer at Indiana University’s Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research. He is a
computer scientist (M.S., U. Utah) and applied mathematician (M.A., Arizona State U.) who has worked in industry, government labs, and academia. In 2003, he joined IU's Pervasive Technology Labs (now the Pervasive Technology Institute) as an Associate Director of the Scientific Data Analysis Lab at IUPUI. While at IU, he has contributed to projects at the Medical School, UITS Research Technologies, and grant-funded (NSF and NIH) software development projects that included Purdue's Dept. of Chemistry, IU's Dept. of Physics, and IU's School of Informatics and Computing. E-mail.
||MARK KRENZ is the Lead Security Analyst at Indiana University's Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research with over two decades of experience in information security and system administration spread across multiple sectors. His interests at CACR include policy development, operational security development, security auditing and security education. He studied Computer Science and Mathematics at Indiana University. E-mail.
WARREN RAQUEL is a Senior Security Engineer at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications. His duties include security operations, incident response and security awareness for NCSA, Blue Waters and XSEDE. He has given talks and taught classes on Digital Forensics and Incident Response, two fields in which has specialized in for the last decade. E-mail.
AMY STARZYNSKI CODDENS serves as the Education, Outreach and Training Manager at Indiana University’s Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research (CACR). She is a graduate of the IU School of Education (M.S. ’06 & M.S. ’09). Amy comes to the CACR and CTSC from a background in P-16 education and outreach. She has worked for the government, in industry and in academia, contributing to projects with the New England Research Institute, Harvard’s PEAR Institute, the United States Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs, and the IU Kelley School of Business.