OCRI Updates 2022 2nd Quarter
OCRI, or the Ohio Cyber Range Institute, is an organization that supports the advancement of education, research, and workplace development in the cybersecurity field. The institute works across the state of Ohio with students, educators, and schools to create a long-lasting, positive impact. OCRI organizes quarterly project reports to monitor developments and updates within the field. The most recent project report includes nine different sections, each entailing their own categories with relevant information.
Ohio State works with OCRI to implement changes in programming and curriculum across the university. Faculty members and students can contribute to the range, whether that be through improvements in the classroom or in the real world.
Quarterly Update Highlights
|Date||Type||Name||Location||Description||Results/Audience Impact||Next Steps|
|4/28/2022||Publication and Presentation||Allen, T.T., Alomair, A, & Albert, A. (2022). Optimal Design and Analysis of Resilience Experiments. UC2 Workshop, Washington, D.C.||National Defense University, Fort McNair||Winner Department of Defense University Consortium for Cybersecurity (DoD UC2) Request for Information Best Paper||Being considered for helping to support full-spectrum evaluations of weapons systems.||N/A|
|6/22/2022||Provisional Patent||Qadeer Ahmed, Sathyasheelan Santhanam||US Patent and Trademark Office||Federated Learning-based Safe Cooperative Navigation using V2X||P2022-356-7386||Work on developing the federated learning model and publish the results in any conference.|
- OCIMM received a grant to continue their work on cybersecurity research in mobility and manufacturing.
- OSU-CDME received a research grant for their videos to train on smart manufacturing and smart buildings.